I'm having a problem where my flash turns off when it should stay on while going over the white dots which is causing the glair to stay and not go away, anyone can help, the app is useless without gd lighting in this case... I tested it out on other phones and they don't have the problem so...
Great easy to use scanner. You must take your time and not shake during the scan for quality pictures. Not sure why so many users are complaining about quality? I scanned a picture from 1972 and it looks 100% better than the original. The Orignal was all cracked & faded but the scanned image looks great no signs of the cracks. I think of you just take your time the pictures scan better than the original.
Microsoft's Office Lens app works way better than this. Does not do what you advertised. Maybe this has been tested on a Pixel phone, but I have the Google Nexus 5X and the photos look terrible. With taking 4 pictures, I should get an even higher resolution than by just taking one. Nope. Turns out worse than if I just took a regular picture.
I've had pretty good experiences with this app. It's fast and in most cases the results are acceptable. I've backed up a huge amount of family photos from my grandmother and I believe I would not have been able to do that we'll without this app.
Works pretty well. Depending on the lighting conditions the quality of your phone camera turning the flash on or off helps the picture quality. Also, if the photo curls up on the side(s) at all this app may show show an edge or two but you can't really blame it for that.
The app tries it to hard optimizing the photo. Results look very unnatural. Finding the right picture borders and its orientation is excellent. It's a pity that the resulting bad image resolution/quality makes it unusable.
• Higher resolution scans on supported high-end devices, such as Pixel
• Performance improvements