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PhotoScan by Google Photos Coupon Reviews

I have been using this app for years to save stray physical photos. I have had no issues finding my photos in my gallery or "files". The best part, no flash-point. The app has you takes pictures at each corner of the photo and it adds them together for a glare free upload equivalent to any other photocopier. There may be better apps, but I haven't found them yet. If you doubt my review, I used to develope your 1 hour film.

Works pretty well. Not a replacement for a printer/scanner, but if you can place a photo in bright light (don't use flash!), without too large an area of glare, you can make a pretty nice, quick scan of a photo anywhere you happen to be. Nice for dropping in on relatives and looking through the family album. Might take one or two tries to eliminate glare and haze.

I've changed mind. It actually works pretty well. I used it all the time now when I need to take a picture of a picture even a documents when I don't have access to a scanner. It uses the flash as a light source. And will automatically populate four positions to take the scan. Which it then merges and gets rid of shadowing and light glair. Cropping it's not 100 percent but adjusting it literally takes seconds

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