Adobe Acrobat Reader Can Scan Docs With Your Smartphone’s Camera
Do you know how you can use note-taking apps like Evernote and OneNote to take a photo with your smartphone and then annotate it?
Now you can do the same with the Adobe Acrobat Reader app.
Adobe rolled out an update today for its app for the iPad and iPhone which works with a phone’s camera to enable users to snap a photo of a picture, shopping receipt, tax document, whiteboard, form, or note, and save it as a PDF. Users can also take photos of multiple document pages, combine them into a single PDF, and reorder as desired.
In the case of Scan in Reader mobile, Adobe Sensei works in the background to automatically detect document boundaries, correct perspectives, enhance text sharpness and make everything beautiful, usable and digital.