Turn Your Smartphone Camera into a Scanner with new Adobe Acrobat Reader app

Adobe’s Acrobat Reader Mobile app is now more useful with the latest update. While Google’s new announcement of its latest app which enables users to scan photos, Adobe added the similar in its Acrobat Reader. The update is made available to Android, and iOS platforms and user can start scanning by updating the app.

You can just snap a picture of a receipt or a business card and can simply save it as a PDF. “Scan allows anyone to snap a photo of anything and turn it into a clean, storable and sharable PDF right within Acrobat Reader mobile,” Adobe mentions in a blog post.

Essentially, it will let you digitize everything from favorite recipes to shopping receipts or about anything you need to keep on the path to organizing your day. This isn’t something which is first of its kind, and we’ve seen many such so far.

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However, what makes it unique is the Adobe Sensei machine learning platform. The platform let the app detect the edges of a document automatically for the image to crop and save quickly. The built-in software is employed for corrective actions such as enhancing the sharpness.

Users can scan multiple pages and merge them into a single PDF and rearrange them as they like.

“Mark-up a proposal or scan, annotate and electronically sign a contract on-the-go without leaving Acrobat Reader,” the company adds in Blogpost. Users can then share the scans directly via Document Cloud, Box, Dropbox, iCloud, Google Drive, SharePoint, or any of their integrated storage options.