Mobile application world is growing at a very fast rate and to fulfill the user's needs up to every extent is the cause. Every company is busy in developing an or new feature that will seamlessly assist the user more convenient than ever. Existing tech giants are also in the race of adding a new attribute their product in order to get new users and increase the user engagement.
Adobe recently has launched its scanning app named Adobe Scan for scanning the document. The application is available for both the Android as well as iOS users. The application is free and the user can download from the app store of the respective platforms.The user in order to use the app and enjoy its features require the Adobe ID.
The new scanning app from the company comes with Adobe Document Cloud integration. Now you must be thinking why you should switch to this scanning app when you have plenty of choices in the store. There are reasons other than the company name to give the app a shot. The app allows the user to sharpen the content of the scanned document or touch up the photos. The user can also scan a multi-page document and then save it as PDF using a function within the app.
The feature which makes it more prominent over others is text recognition, the user can scan the images in editable documents.This feature is a great help for the professional and students to complete their work.
The Adobe scan application is a powerful tool that can be used by the user to convert any piece of content, receipt, document, paper, photo into PDF and save it to the phone easily.
“Adobe Scan represents a radical re-imagination of how to capture your most important document content," said by Bryan Lamkin, the vice president and general manager, Digital Media at Adobe.
Adobe introduced PDF creation for PC and transformed the electronic documents forever, now the company is planning to revolutionize the mobile app world. With the new Adobe scan, the company have taken a new step towards the new future of the tech and currently working on some other enhancements with document technology on the mobile.
Joshua is a writer at MobileAppDaily and also works as a reporter for the team to keep our readers up to date. He is breaking the mobile app technology news for MobileAppDialy since 2016 and has more than 4 years of experience as a tech blogger.