New Google PhotoScan update adds photo sharing abilities, makes glare removal optional


Google has updated the PhotoScan app, making it easier to scan and share printed photos. Before the update, sharing scanned photos was a little more complicated and required you to navigate to the photo in Google Photos in order to share it. The update also includes a glare removal feature that can be switched on or off as required.

For those of you who don’t know, Google’s PhotoScan app lets you save digital copies of your printed photos by scanning them. Google announced that over 50 million photos have already been scanned using the app, since its launch back in November last year. PhotoScan includes features like cropping, edge detection, image straightening, and rotation to the correct orientation.

The updates are expected to roll out over the next few days on Android and iOS. If you’re unwilling to wait till the update reaches your device, head over to APK Mirror for the latest version of the app.

[Source: Google]