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Adobe Scan

Capture Any Document On-The-Go With the New Adobe Scan

Don’t risk losing that receipt or note, scan and save it right away
Getting Stuff Done
June 1, 2017

If you have been trying different scanning apps, but still have not found what you are looking for, then check out Adobe’s new tool. Adobe Scan was just released for iOS and includes features like automatic text recognition and photo enhancement options.

With Adobe Scan, you can capture receipts, forms, business cards, notes, and multiple-page documents. The app recognizes and captures the document, sharpens the image as it scans, and allows you to edit your photos easily. You can crop, rotate, and use automatic color, grayscale, or whiteboard options. You can also add more pages to your document and rearrange their order.

You can see how Adobe Scan works in this video and just click here if you cannot view it.

The app displays your Recent and File List tabs on the main screen, making it simple to open what you need. You can also email, share, rename, delete, and open files in Acrobat. Or, obtain a link to your file if you prefer.

All of your files are saved to the Adobe Document Cloud, so you will need to sign up (free) to use the app, if you do not have an Adobe account already.

Adobe Scan is designed for iPhone and iPad and available on the App Store for free. You can purchase a PDF Pack subscription which includes features like unlimited PDF creations and file conversion ability.

Adobe Scan: PDF Scanner, Documents, Receipts
Adobe Scan: PDF Scanner, Documents, Receipts
Adobe Systems, Inc.

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