On the one hand it did a great job at removing the glare. That is the only positive. The other hand: discoloration, skewed perspective, blurry. The reason being it takes the initial image in focus with flash (if enabled) then has you move to 4 points and takes further images creating a composite. It does not trigger the flash, nor does it wait for the camera to refocus, when it takes the other images for the compositing. The result is a composite of one clear image and 3 out of focus.
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does not put in gallery or upload to google photos i have to go into file system to get photos - actually it does, but it keeps the old photos, filling up your phone when you thought you'd dumped them. If you labeled the internal gallery as "originals" or "backups" or something that gave a clue, that would solve a lot of problems. And the circles thing, well not too successful, but without it the scan is fine.
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App is incredibly basic and incomplete. First, realize that the quality of the scans are barely acceptable by today's standards! I get lots of blur and double-vision effects. I get better output from a regular camera photo. I'm using a Google Pixel 3, so go figure. As for the basics: After scanning, there is no photo adjustment. No brightness, no color, no rotation. There's no way to LABEL THE PHOTOS!? No way to organize them in folders!? No way to choose storage location/card. This seems half-baked at best.
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