When I’m looking for a scanner app, I want something that can export directly to PDF format, rather than images, and this is it.
The user interface is simple enough. You have the option of taking a picture directly from the app using your Android device’s camera, or converting pictures in your gallery.
After you select how you want to import (usually by taking a new picture), the app will automatically detect the document, and then allow you to rotate and edit the page.
Clicking “next” will allow you to save the document and “process” the pages.
Once you’ve finished processing, the image is ready to export using any of the standard apps. My preference is Dropbox, but email or text are also options. Although this PDF isn’t fantastic, my other tests were only limited by my picture-taking abilities. In a pinch, like grabbing a file in the courthouse, the app will get you what you want. Obviously, if you want a true copy, you’ll have to trust the copy machine.
I’m quite satisfied with the free version, although the ads are annoying, to say the least. I ended upgrading to the “pro” version to support the developer and get rid of the ad placement.