There are 7 best scan apps on your Android smartphone

There are 7 best scan apps on your Android smartphone

Tech Highlights:

  • Microsoft Lens: Formerly, Microsoft Office Lens, the app helps with “trims” and makes pictures of whiteboards and documents more readable. The app is free to download, and users can import images that are already saved in the Gallery. Google Drive: Google Drive comes pre-loaded on many Android phones, and users can use the app to Scan files as PDFs. To use the feature, Tap on New and then Scan option. When you’re done scanning, tap ‘OK.’ To scan multiple pages, tap ‘Bulk add’ and then OK. Tap Save. Enter a name for the file, choose a Drive account to save the file to and a Drive folder, and tap Save.

  • Scanning programmes come in handy when you need to upload files to the internet. These programmes can come in handy when doing business that requires a scanned file of a blank (cancelled) cheque, such as withdrawing funds from your PF account. Thankfully, there are a plethora of apps on the market that provide similar functionality. Following the restriction of CamScanner in India last year, some of these apps grew in popularity. If you have an Android phone and are seeking for the top scanner applications available on Google Play, here is a list to consider. Adobe Scan: This tool automatically recognises text (OCR) and allows users to export files in a variety of formats, including PDF and JPEG. You can also change the negative space’s size. The software is available for free on Google Play and varies in size depending on the device.

Kaagaz Scanner: As the name suggests, Kaagaz Scanner aims to do exactly what popular CamScanner offers. CamScanner was blacklisted in light of its ties to China last year. The app also saw a huge number of downloads following the CamScanner ban. TurboScan: It also doubles as a notepad for Android phones. It can be used for capturing multi-page documents. Other key features include importing images, automatic document edge detection, perspective correction, and more. FineReader PDF: The app also supports multiple file formats, and the extracted text is available for editing and sharing in the 12 most popular office formats. The company says the FineReader PDF can be described as a photo scanner, receipt scanner, slide scanner, business card scanner, and book scanner.

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