We now have almost all our photos on mobile. When they are not directly on our phone, they are in a specific online storage service such as Google Photos or similar, but they were not before. These photos passed from photos to paper and were there, ready to be stored on albums. The practice that is taken care of today though is a bit of a stretch.
In fact, before we have one or two shots where we can shoot as many times as we want without increasing the cost, that's why old pictures are so important, but we can take them to the digital world. Take pictures on paper pictures so you don't lose them to store them, for example, in the cloud and because of this we can use certain applications for this scanning service.
Google PhotoScan Photos
We can start this integration talking about the app owners app we have. Google with its PhotosScan, which also has artificial intelligence (actually an algorithm for machine learning) which will guide us through the process, which is actually quite simple.
We just have to focus on the image that we want to scan or capture the image and shoot first. After that, the app sets up four circles where we have to focus on the screen to take additional photos and, mix them, finish brightening. The result is that, as you can see on the screen, it's amazing.
Google PhotoScan Photos
Quisquee – Graphic scanner, Photo Editor
Under this curious name we have an app that does its job well, though the fact it doesn't do much by itself to improve results. The operation is really easy because we have to just scrap ourselves and build a line, though the application does not set small errors
As we say, performance is easy. The app shows the camera image focus to the image being scanned and the camera touch is used to capture it. Later, points from the corners we can go to fix the contour and the app is straightforward to give us fully rectangular or square pictures. The problem is, when we fail something on one end, the app doesn't fix it or warn us, either the interface is not configured to see the underside of our finger, making it difficult to install. However, we can go back and start over again if we wish. Simple.
Graphic scanner, Photo Editor – Quisquee
- Price: Free (offers to buy)
- Developer: CJSVM
- Download it at: Google Play
The simple name of a simple app which, as in the case of the Quisquee, does not do much for its side to support it. But we also have it accurate operation which allows us to take a photo, cut corners to make cuts and then take the last photo in our phone gallery.
By itself, the app allows us to choose between the various camera apps we have installed (if we have several) and just focus and shoot. After that we have a recurrence phase, with matrix in its corners that we can drag to the point where we want the cut to be applied. After that we just have to click on "Crop" and voila, the image available to save in the gallery. But as in Quisquee, our finger does not allow us to see the corners and the process can be long.