Adobe Scan gets new premium features — surpasses one billion scans
Adobe Scan, the leading scanning app on iOS and Android, offers an in-app premium upgrade to address the growing digital needs of small businesses.
What started out as an idea to intelligently turn physical paper into digital documents just a few years ago has quickly become a behemoth in the mobile productivity app arena. To date, Adobe Scan has been downloaded more than 110 million times and users have scanned more than one billion documents.
Hot on the heels of small business week, we’re releasing an in-app premium upgrade to address the growing needs of small and micro businesses who rely on Adobe Scan as a productivity workhorse for their mobile-first document workflows. We’re adding additional functionality and increasing limitations for paid power users who want to do more with the app they already know and love. With an Adobe Scan Premium subscription, you can:
Combine multiple scans into one file for streamlined efficiency
Save scanned files into Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint formats, in addition to PDF and JPG
Store more files in Document Cloud with a storage increase from 2GB to 20GB (limit increasing soon)
OCR more text and images with a new 100-page limit, vs 25 pages for free users
Premium subscription works across Acrobat Reader mobile and Acrobat web
As people have shifted away from the office and sought out new streamlined digital solutions to get work done, Adobe Scan proved to be a critical EDC (Everyday Carry) for quickly capturing and converting paper into searchable high-quality digital documents. Whether it’s scanning tax receipts, medical forms, or homework, Adobe Scan helps anyone get more done in a snap, without hoarding piles of paper.
We’ll continue to deliver the most cutting-edge document solutions available, for free and paid users, so no matter how you chose to work — across mobile, desktop or web — you can take advantage of the full power of the PDF for your individual or small business needs.
Try Adobe Scan’s new Premium features today with a 7-day free trial.
Source : Adobe