Scan and Share Print Potos in Just One Tap with Google PhotoScan

PhotoScan lets you save and share digital copies of printed photos in few taps. Scanned over 50 million since launch. Google for Nonprofits new "G4NP in Three" YouTube Series.

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PhotoScan app for Android and iOS that lets you save digital copies of any printed photos in just a few taps has till date scanned almost over 50 million photos since its launch in November 2016. The app today gets an update to ensure even more easily scanning and sharing.

So, what else the PhotoScan do apart from scanning printed photos for you preserve your printed memories—-well it actually also removes glare while a photo is scanned. Starting today, while scanning if the lighting is just right, and there's no glare present, you can now turn off glare removal and scan in one step.

Once scanned, you'll get high-quality digital copy of your printed photo with PhotoScan features—like "cropping, edge detection, image straightening, and rotating to the correct orientation."

Additionally, now you can quickly share your scans right from the app.

You can get the updated PhotoScan app for Android Play Store, and for iOS on App Store over the next few days.

Google PhotoScan app

Google for Nonprofits (G4NP) introducing a new YouTube series "G4NP in Three," that every few weeks walk you in three minutes through Google products from enrollment process to optimization.

The new series will cover program eligibility requirements, walk through the different signup processes, and give tips and tricks on how to best use Google products like Google Ad Grants, G Suite, and YouTube.

Google for Nonprofits offers nonprofit organizations across 50 countries free access to Google tools like Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Drive, Google Ad Grants, YouTube for Nonprofits and more. These tools can help reach new donors and volunteers, work more efficiently, and tell your nonprofit's story.

To see if your nonprofit is eligible to participate, review the Google for Nonprofits eligibility guidelines here. If you do so, you can enroll here.

The first "G4NP in Three" video is now live, watch it below: