How to your smartphone to digitize text

How to your smartphone to digitize text

Kid forget to hand your their field trip permission slip? Have them take a photo of it and send it to you. Then use your iPhone's Notes app to scan and sign it without having to download any third-party apps.

You may possibly have a flatbed scanner at dwelling or maybe just one of those people “all in one” printer/scanner/copier devices, but did you know your smartphone’s camera can also double as a flatbed scanner?

It’s not only quickly and hassle-free to scan something when away from your computer system, but the high-quality is remarkably fantastic, many thanks to a great deal better camera sensors and smarter software. 

Your Apple iphone or Android machine is also suitable for digitizing aged shots (in picture frames, albums or hanging on the wall), paperwork (menus, contracts, vaccination proof), notes, small business playing cards, whiteboards and receipts (great for cost monitoring or reimbursement) – and then storing all those photographs for when you need to have them or sending them to somebody else, if ideal, through e-mail or textual content.

Obviously, a “scan” definitely means using a “photo” of what you’re pointing the digital camera at, but the know-how can go beyond that.