Cool idea but holy moly does it make my good camera look like it takes some poor quality pictures!! The crap feature needs a lock so its an even pull and not all over the place. My glare was still there, I get it'll still appear bc its not a full photo exiting app, but it shouldn't say don't sorry about the glare when there's still one. It has potential, but this quality needs fixing big time. I'm not gonna keep a photo of my scanned in family pic and its pixilated. My phone camera will do just fine and make it look legit.
Very good idea. Unfortunately it's not working as expected for me. Quality is too low, specially considering that I'm taking 4 photos (sort of); way lower than making one normal photo with my Nexus 5X. Also the glare removal leaves artifacts behind. But this is a good app for autocropping, and if that's good by itself.
This app is very disappointing. The photo quality is very poor. Images aren't sharp but instead appear blurred and washed out. Taking a photo of a photo and cropping it produces much higher quality results. I'm uninstalling this app.
I needed to send a scan of my driver's license and my social security card to a new employer and using my S8+ camera app worked OK, but it looks at least as good as any scanner I've ever used with this app, maybe better. It's simple, intuitive, and only took a few seconds to get some quality captures to send along. No one would know I used a phone.
Very mixed feelings about this app. Scanned pictures look amazing, but sharing them automatically adds a "PhotoScan by Google Photos" stamp to the bottom of each image. If the idea is creating cleaner, better looking scans with your phone, how is that not defeated by adding a freaking stamp to the picture once you share it?? Anyhow, picture quality is very good, and the stamp only appears when you share images directly from the app, so it isn't exactly a deal breaker. I would appreciate the choice whether to promote the app using my pictures, though, since I'd be glad to do it in other ways. A bad move in an otherwise great app.
It can be a bit annoying with the black frame when taking photos, the app is more time consuming when you have to put it over the four dots and when there are other apps that can deliver similar quality in much less time. I would want access tovsime sort of main menu immediately after opening an app rather than after taking a photo, maybe showing a history of all the photos you have took. Would also like the option to save photos on a cloud storage.
New quick scan mode
• Toggle off glare removal for one-capture scans
• Great for documents and photos in glare-free environments
Plus, you can now share your scans right from the app.