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Google Drive Improves Document Scanning on iOS and Android

Google has announced a number of improvements to its document scanning feature in the Drive app for iOS and Android. The new features include a new scanning interface, automatic document capture, and title suggestions.

On iOS, the new scanning interface makes it easier to position documents for a high-quality scan. The camera also supports back-to-back shots for multi-page documents. After you scan a document, you can adjust the boundaries, rotate the image, and apply filters.

Google is also using machine learning to suggest relevant titles for scanned documents. For example, if you scan a receipt, Drive might suggest the title “Receipt for [store name]”.

On Android, Google is adding automatic document capture. This feature will automatically scan a document when it’s in frame. Google is also improving the accuracy of its title suggestions.

The new document scanning features are rolling out now for all Google Workspace customers and users with personal Google Accounts.

The new document scanning features from Google are a welcome addition to the Drive app. The new interface makes it easier to scan documents, and the automatic document capture feature is a time-saver. The title suggestions are also a helpful feature, especially for documents that don’t have obvious titles.

Google’s document scanning features are now on par with those offered by other major cloud storage providers. However, there are still a few areas where Google could improve. For example, the company could add the ability to scan documents from multiple angles to improve the accuracy of the scans.

Overall, the new document scanning features from Google are a significant improvement over the previous version. They make it easier and faster to scan documents, and they can help you stay organized by providing relevant titles.

Bilgesu Erdem
Bilgesu Erdem
Bilgesu graduated from Ankara University, Faculty of Communication, Department of Radio, Television and Cinema.