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Adobe Scan: PDF Scanner with OCR, PDF Creator

Adobe Scan: PDF Scanner with OCR, PDF Creator

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Turn forms into interactive digital docs - scan them to your device in seconds.

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  • Great for anyone who wants to get paper to digital with as all Adobe tools. Jan 18, 2018

    By denniscd
    The software is free, more intricate than it may seem, easy to use, and is backed by the comittment of Adobe, Inc. Product continues to improve, and combined with Acrobat or other Adobe iPad Pro apps, just about as good for someone who preserves, categorizes, presents, and shares documents after easy editing and repesoitory in the Creative or Document clouds. In the end, its user choice, with some good alternatives, but this has long term potential and integration is important for ease of use and quality control. I always return to Adobe Scan after trying everything else new. The developers I believe, will maintain their pride in applying knowledge from so many areas within Adobe, that it will become a “Professional” Standard in not too long. Enjoy watching techology change at an accelerating pace. We are envisioning capabilities as though they will come to fuition in a year, but what we can only imagine now, is already very likely a reaity in the making all around us. Thanks Adobe. DDoherty
    more
  • Office on the Run, in the Car, in Court or Anywhere! Sep 15, 2019

    By FoojyPod
    I work outside my physical office many days of the week and find this has been an awesome tool that I can use anywhere to document transactions, take pictures of signed documents, checks that I write, letters that I receive, or simply anything at all that I want to document for later records or proof of events. I can photograph flat objects like documents, any kind of paper, even 3-D items I want to remember. I can photograph people and/or places and just click the button and I have a PDF record of the transaction, the person(s), the place where something happened or even a scenic shot.i can access the PDF documents from the cloud wherever I am, and using Adobe Professional Version add text, images, diagrams, notes or even other images and then easily distribute by email to friends, family or colleagues. Makes the job of documenting business or pleasure a breeze! I highly recommend it for anyone who works in the field, out of the office, or from a home office.
    more
  • Excellent for scanning and sending documents on a tight schedule Dec 26, 2017

    By Debutante2013
    From having used this app for a little while now, I have found it helpful and convenient for scanning and sending documents on the go. The app is very easy to use, and allows you to send files through most apps that one would need to access pdf files through (ex: gmail, google drive, yahoo mail, Evernote, and so forth). I really appreciate how it allows me to save the pdf files within the app, so that I can access them at anytime. Thus far, I have had no problems emailing the pdf files through my gmail app, and saving them to google drive. The app scans very well, allowing the documents to come out clear, bright, and easy to read. I have also found that it works well with faxing apps, allowing me to be able to fax documents on the go with ease. Highly recommend for those who are working, college students, and anyone who does not have time to scan and send documents via a printer. You will not be disappointed!
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  • Amazing AND Free?!?! Aug 4, 2020

    By NvrDoRvws
    I hate writing reviews, but when I get an app that is free and does exactly what I was expecting (with no ads btw), I feel compelled to write a good review since they aren’t making any money off from me. It was simple, easy to use, and had more features than I was expecting. It allows seamlessly easy photo taking of any document/business card/etc., and allows you to crop it how you would like it, or has an auto feature that works wonders. I messed up on some paperwork I needed to fill out, so I tried for an hour to find a scanner that would allow me to upload the image into a pdf file, and allow me to ‘clean’ up the document so I could refill out properly. It did exactly that with no stinking ads constantly popping up, and without any pop-ups that ask you to do a free trial or to sign up for $X money. I’m very impressed by the simplicity this app gives me, and hope this review helps others looking for the same thing I was about an hour ago, lol.
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  • Adobe knows how to do it right Jan 20, 2019

    By Alessandra H.
    Adobe Scan is by far the best mobile scanning app I’ve ever tried. Downloading and having this app on your phone essentially negates the need for you to own a traditional scanner in my opinion. The first time I tried the Adobe Scan app, I was genuinely astonished with how well the papers I scanned turned out. I’ve tried so many other “scanner” apps listed in the App Store, but every one has either been completely, or came with a catch that outweighed the apps value in my opinion, so when I found Adobe Scan, I was stoked! I definitely recommend at least trying Adobe Scan out. Now, of course if you need a higher than normal scanner for higher resolution, sharper scans, then of course an app isn’t going to be of help, but for a normal, everyday person—Adobe Scan is perfect, and believe it or not, but it’s actually pretty surprisingly handy to have a scanner in your pocket at all times too!
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  • Edge-finding and focussing (spelling intentional) capability less than perfect Jul 22, 2019

    By Vanessa123456780
    I chose to ignore Adobe’s prompting that I upgrade to AdobeScan from the scanning feature included with the Adobe PDF app for a while, because when I’d tried it, it had “grabbed” the document it was supposed to scan as if on some sort of fast-forward setting and estimated the location of the document’s edges incorrectly. It also didn’t take enough time to get a properly-focussed (spelling intentional) image. I’d realized that I needed to figure out how to perform the scan manually, in order to get it precise enough, or find another scanning app. During a later attempt, I was relieved when I was prompted to disable the psychotic-seeming autoscan setting — imagine a coworker coming to your desk and frantically dishevelling a neat pile of paper documents sitting on it while you watch — which I’d never chosen to activate to begin with. With that setting shut off, however, the app still doesn’t “find” the document’s edges as precisely as I’d like. It gives you the option of adjusting its placement of them yourself; however, I preferred the scanning feature of the Adobe PDF app to this separate, supposedly-superior Adobe Scan app.
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  • Adobe Scan Jun 16, 2019

    By Alife2BLived
    The Adobe Scan app is pretty basic in terms of features. I downloaded and installed it as an easy way to manage all of the business cards I come across in my travels. I rate the app two stars because if you have a number of business cards you want to store, when you open the app and select business cards, then proceed with capturing the numerous biz cards you might have, the app stores them all in one continuous stream automatically or all in one document (pdf), rather than store each biz card as its own document (pdf). To do it any other way, you have to snap each card and manually convert it to a document or pdf. Each snap of the camera should assume -especially with biz cards, that it’s two sides or pages maximum and do the conversion at the end of the second side or page rather than the default be a continuous document.
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  • Adobe Cloud Privacy Problem Jun 23, 2018

    By Max the Mike
    I got Adobe Scan. But, it is not a stand alone app. Scans are not stored on a device, e.g. iPhone, but in Adobe Cloud. After cloud storage, individual files maybe downloaded back to a device by the copy/paste function. This can be very time consuming without an in mass option. Further, there is a problem with confidentiality and privacy given a nondisclosure agreement for scanned information. Further, the app assumes cloud access by any mode of connectivity to Adobe Cloud via the Internet, which is not everywhere & always available anytime regardless the cost. This amounts to loss of control of ones information that results in lost empowerment. Thus, the whole purpose of a device, e.g. iPhone is defeated or lost. It maybe that I do not know Adobe has solved these problems. Lastly, the paramount issues the app raises are about information availability, legality, safety, & security. Sincerely, M A
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  • Used to be great app then they ruined it Oct 30, 2019

    By none747474748389292
    For years I relied on Adobe Scan to help me stay paperless. Easy to build multi page PDF and store on my Google Drive. A recent UI and functionality change made the app super annoying to use. Now when you scan something it doesn’t show up right away in your list of scanned docs. You have to force close the app, sometimes 2-3x or wait 1-2 min just to see a simple 1-2 page scanned document. Once you can see it then you can save to Gdrive, mail it, etc. They also made it harder to locate it even if you know it should be there. They change the UI file icon to giant blocks wasting limited smartphone screen space. Tried troubleshooting and changing preferences around to no avail. BAD design now and nearly unusable! Taking pictures is easier than their new app. Used to be the other way around. Will fall on deaf ears no doubt. No longer a fan and will look for replacement. Just like Adobe to create something then ruin interest in their product by overpricing or ruining design. Ever wonder why so many free alternative doc to PDF and editors... Adobe ruined it for themselves. Terrible way to run things.
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  • Crashed and wiped after 118 pages scanned Sep 7, 2019

    By libbby213
    I was scanning a long document for my students and the app crashed after 118 pages. No glitches, no warnings, no auto save. I reopened the app and was relieved to see my document was still there and I was able to flip through a couple pages before it crashed again and deleted my document. I’m so irritated and frustrated. How is there not a failsafe for something like this??? Do I try again and hope it doesn’t happen again?? Can’t believe it doesn’t auto save every time you scan a page. I would totally be cool with the last scanned page not saving, but seriously? The 117 pages before that didn’t save anywhere? This app is probably fine for small documents. It’s definitely not fine for large documents. What a waste of time :(
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  1. Scan any document (including notes, receipts, and even images) into an editable PDF that even recognizes text
  2. Edit, enhance and perfect photos imported from your camera roll or PDFs stored in your files
  3. A perfect mobile scanner for people who are on-the-go and can't access a "real" scanner in the moment

Reviewed by Olivia Cordell on May 11, 2018

  • Great for anyone who wants to get paper to digital with as all Adobe tools. Jan 18, 2018

    By denniscd
    The software is free, more intricate than it may seem, easy to use, and is backed by the comittment of Adobe, Inc. Product continues to improve, and combined with Acrobat or other Adobe iPad Pro apps, just about as good for someone who preserves, categorizes, presents, and shares documents after easy editing and repesoitory in the Creative or Document clouds. In the end, its user choice, with some good alternatives, but this has long term potential and integration is important for ease of use and quality control. I always return to Adobe Scan after trying everything else new. The developers I believe, will maintain their pride in applying knowledge from so many areas within Adobe, that it will become a “Professional” Standard in not too long. Enjoy watching techology change at an accelerating pace. We are envisioning capabilities as though they will come to fuition in a year, but what we can only imagine now, is already very likely a reaity in the making all around us. Thanks Adobe. DDoherty
    more
  • Office on the Run, in the Car, in Court or Anywhere! Sep 15, 2019

    By FoojyPod
    I work outside my physical office many days of the week and find this has been an awesome tool that I can use anywhere to document transactions, take pictures of signed documents, checks that I write, letters that I receive, or simply anything at all that I want to document for later records or proof of events. I can photograph flat objects like documents, any kind of paper, even 3-D items I want to remember. I can photograph people and/or places and just click the button and I have a PDF record of the transaction, the person(s), the place where something happened or even a scenic shot.i can access the PDF documents from the cloud wherever I am, and using Adobe Professional Version add text, images, diagrams, notes or even other images and then easily distribute by email to friends, family or colleagues. Makes the job of documenting business or pleasure a breeze! I highly recommend it for anyone who works in the field, out of the office, or from a home office.
    more
  • Excellent for scanning and sending documents on a tight schedule Dec 26, 2017

    By Debutante2013
    From having used this app for a little while now, I have found it helpful and convenient for scanning and sending documents on the go. The app is very easy to use, and allows you to send files through most apps that one would need to access pdf files through (ex: gmail, google drive, yahoo mail, Evernote, and so forth). I really appreciate how it allows me to save the pdf files within the app, so that I can access them at anytime. Thus far, I have had no problems emailing the pdf files through my gmail app, and saving them to google drive. The app scans very well, allowing the documents to come out clear, bright, and easy to read. I have also found that it works well with faxing apps, allowing me to be able to fax documents on the go with ease. Highly recommend for those who are working, college students, and anyone who does not have time to scan and send documents via a printer. You will not be disappointed!
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  • Amazing AND Free?!?! Aug 4, 2020

    By NvrDoRvws
    I hate writing reviews, but when I get an app that is free and does exactly what I was expecting (with no ads btw), I feel compelled to write a good review since they aren’t making any money off from me. It was simple, easy to use, and had more features than I was expecting. It allows seamlessly easy photo taking of any document/business card/etc., and allows you to crop it how you would like it, or has an auto feature that works wonders. I messed up on some paperwork I needed to fill out, so I tried for an hour to find a scanner that would allow me to upload the image into a pdf file, and allow me to ‘clean’ up the document so I could refill out properly. It did exactly that with no stinking ads constantly popping up, and without any pop-ups that ask you to do a free trial or to sign up for $X money. I’m very impressed by the simplicity this app gives me, and hope this review helps others looking for the same thing I was about an hour ago, lol.
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  • Adobe knows how to do it right Jan 20, 2019

    By Alessandra H.
    Adobe Scan is by far the best mobile scanning app I’ve ever tried. Downloading and having this app on your phone essentially negates the need for you to own a traditional scanner in my opinion. The first time I tried the Adobe Scan app, I was genuinely astonished with how well the papers I scanned turned out. I’ve tried so many other “scanner” apps listed in the App Store, but every one has either been completely, or came with a catch that outweighed the apps value in my opinion, so when I found Adobe Scan, I was stoked! I definitely recommend at least trying Adobe Scan out. Now, of course if you need a higher than normal scanner for higher resolution, sharper scans, then of course an app isn’t going to be of help, but for a normal, everyday person—Adobe Scan is perfect, and believe it or not, but it’s actually pretty surprisingly handy to have a scanner in your pocket at all times too!
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  • A very useful app ! Aug 17, 2018

    By Seanpaulcurran
    Up front, I’m giving this app four stars only because the scan process is not as streamlined as I would like it to be (the scan can be a little frustrating when it does not get the entire page). OTHER THAN THAT. This is a useful technology that is highly efficient in creating PDF documents that used to take one scan per page on a slow printer. So I’m very happy that I found this app and I do highly recommend it. I used this app with a 12 page medical document today, I am really happy that I didn’t have to scan twelve pages; one by one on a traditional scanner. It cut my documentation time down by about twenty minutes !. I got this done in 10 minutes with the app!. Adobe could improve on the apps process of “hover” technology in which sometimes the app takes a photo too soon and results in a cut off doc photo. After a few delete / re shoot - I got it done.
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  • The free part does more or less what it says Dec 2, 2017

    By CRSlack
    Do you think that you will be able to import a pdf (scanned) and turn it in to a pdf with searchable text? No. (Or if so it’s not at all clear how to import anything except a photo from your photo library). Do you think that you will be able to extract a text file from your scan? No. But if you can you are pretty clever. What you can do is take pictures of your document, import them in to Adobe Scan, reorder the pages and save the combined pages as an Adobe pdf with searchable text. You can export the pdf file as a pdf and e-mail it. It does that pretty well and deserves a good rating for that. What about the subscription? It is very expensive and Adobe doesn’t really say what you will get. You have to pay to find out or perhaps you will need to do a lot of web based research. One of their blog posts talks about the beauty of the free service and its unlimited usability. Frankly some of us don’t have the time or need to use it with no restriction. We would rather have more functionality with volume limits. I would be willing to pay some amount ($2 mo) for no more than 50 pages per month. But that is my use case.
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  • Adobe Scan Sep 30, 2017

    By Sean M W
    App has been working pretty well so far. Auto capture/focus is a convenient feature but sometimes captures image so fast you don't have time to get the entire document under the camera before it snaps a picture. I've found that using the "original photo" yields better results if under any light, other options will make parts of page super white so reading would be tough, and greyscale isn't the greatest choice if there's any color on the page. I've mainly scanned small 20 page documents, but I just started working on a couple POH's for my planes. Should be fun to find out how much space these 1,000 page manuals take up. Overall though, great job on app, would recommend 👍🏻.
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  • This app needs a “warp” feature! Jul 27, 2018

    By True_Gauntlets
    As the title says, I do believe you guys should put a “warp” and/or “auto-warp” feature in this app! What if someone wants to scan something and the document or pic is warped in an awkward way, where you can’t get a straight scan? There’s a suggestion I think everyone would or should agree with! Another suggestion would be being able to save as a picture format, such as .jpeg, .png, and so on! Things to consider! But I do like this app! After discovering the feature in Dropbox, I did some digging and found this app! It’ll make some things easier on me! Might rate it a 5 if you add the “warp” feature!
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  • Very good but... Jul 9, 2020

    By Midd 276
    Using Adobe Scan on an iPad is easy and effective. Document images end up rectilinear with very good color correction, and the text recognition makes for easy editing. It won’t replace a real scanner, though, not least because the PDF image dimensions vary considerably depending on how far the camera was from the document. There is no way to make all the pages of a document have the same size, to say nothing about getting them to match up with another PDF when combining them. In short, quick and simple but not good if you want your multi-page document to look halfway professional.
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  • Adobe Scan review Nov 8, 2018

    By Vivitude1
    Too soon to tell. The program keeps shutting down while scanning. I don’t yet know if the OCR function works, nor have I had time to figure out how to turn off auto scan. I’ll have a better idea once I’ve had a chance to use this app for more than 10 min or have just scanned only 5 pages. I would have waited to comment except an annoying pop-up showed up on the screen asking me to review the app right in the middle of when I was trying to save a pdf, so if my document wasn’t saved, I’ll feel even more annoyed than I was with this app only 10 mins ago. If I may make a suggestion it would be to please wait a little while longer to ask for a review and figure out a way to do it during a moment when there isn’t any scanning saving activity going on. Most people don’t want to stop and review an app when they’re in the middle of using it, especially apps that replace often used office machinery and tasky work like activities. Thx.
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  • actual scanning is great but bugs remain Jan 1, 2020

    By sbma44
    I couldn’t get any scans to save when I first installed this despite closing the app, reauthing—all sorts of stuff. Now, weeks later, it works fine. Maybe it needed a phone restart? Who knows. The other major bug is that it appears to not have a notion of folder hierarchy in Google Drive beyond one level. Hard to say if this is Adobe’s fault or Apple’s, because Drive integration appears to only be available via the iOS “share” menu. It’d be nice to have new docs sent to a preferred cloud provider automatically rather than just Adobe’s—the share workflow is clunky—but perhaps this is best filed under “don’t hate the player, hate the game”. Otherwise this app does a nice job of border detection, OCRing and sane defaults for leveling colors etc. No watermarks in the free edition! And the upsells seem to be for other adobe apps, not for features. In this respect it compares favorably to CamScanner (though the capture process is perhaps a bit slower).
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  • Document size May 3, 2020

    By Mammothx
    Works great with a two exceptions: 1. When cropping/setting corners, I can set the crop corner perfectly but as soon as I release my finger the corner shifts and I have to redo it. It takes several attempts to get it where I want it. iPhone 8. It’s almost like I need a stylus to use this app. 2. There’s no option for setting the finished document size. So I can “scan” multiple pages of an 8.5”x11” document and crop nearly perfectly, but each page will end up different sizes entirely (often times much smaller than Letter size). This is frustrating when printing. The best print from PDF setting is Actual Size (Fit to Page is garbage), but if anyone prints actual size the document will print much smaller than original size and each page will be a different size. Basically, the result is an unprofessional PDF.
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  • Decent, not great Jun 20, 2018

    By ORHobbes
    It’s a clean and simple app, but it’s lacking a ton of features that better scanner apps like Scanner Pro offer. For example, there is no way to create folders for organizing your scans. (ie, all receipts in one folder, travel documents in another, school work, etc) So it’s just a jumbled mess after a few dozen documents have been scanned. Also, there is no iCloud sync. So I cannot automatically access scans from my iPhone on my iPad or Mac like I can with Scanner Pro. I have to either manually send the scan to the Apple Files app to sync across, or email it to myself. With Scanner Pro, it’s automatic. Scanner Pro also includes Workflow shortcuts. So I can build my own commands to have specific scans automatically open up in my annotation app, then email a copy to my work email address and upload a backup to OneNote and Dropbox for work expense forms. There is no way to do that with Adobe scan. It’s all manual one at a time. With Scanner Pro it’s one tap.
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  • Edge-finding and focussing (spelling intentional) capability less than perfect Jul 22, 2019

    By Vanessa123456780
    I chose to ignore Adobe’s prompting that I upgrade to AdobeScan from the scanning feature included with the Adobe PDF app for a while, because when I’d tried it, it had “grabbed” the document it was supposed to scan as if on some sort of fast-forward setting and estimated the location of the document’s edges incorrectly. It also didn’t take enough time to get a properly-focussed (spelling intentional) image. I’d realized that I needed to figure out how to perform the scan manually, in order to get it precise enough, or find another scanning app. During a later attempt, I was relieved when I was prompted to disable the psychotic-seeming autoscan setting — imagine a coworker coming to your desk and frantically dishevelling a neat pile of paper documents sitting on it while you watch — which I’d never chosen to activate to begin with. With that setting shut off, however, the app still doesn’t “find” the document’s edges as precisely as I’d like. It gives you the option of adjusting its placement of them yourself; however, I preferred the scanning feature of the Adobe PDF app to this separate, supposedly-superior Adobe Scan app.
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  • Adobe Scan Jun 16, 2019

    By Alife2BLived
    The Adobe Scan app is pretty basic in terms of features. I downloaded and installed it as an easy way to manage all of the business cards I come across in my travels. I rate the app two stars because if you have a number of business cards you want to store, when you open the app and select business cards, then proceed with capturing the numerous biz cards you might have, the app stores them all in one continuous stream automatically or all in one document (pdf), rather than store each biz card as its own document (pdf). To do it any other way, you have to snap each card and manually convert it to a document or pdf. Each snap of the camera should assume -especially with biz cards, that it’s two sides or pages maximum and do the conversion at the end of the second side or page rather than the default be a continuous document.
    more
  • Used to be great app then they ruined it Oct 30, 2019

    By none747474748389292
    For years I relied on Adobe Scan to help me stay paperless. Easy to build multi page PDF and store on my Google Drive. A recent UI and functionality change made the app super annoying to use. Now when you scan something it doesn’t show up right away in your list of scanned docs. You have to force close the app, sometimes 2-3x or wait 1-2 min just to see a simple 1-2 page scanned document. Once you can see it then you can save to Gdrive, mail it, etc. They also made it harder to locate it even if you know it should be there. They change the UI file icon to giant blocks wasting limited smartphone screen space. Tried troubleshooting and changing preferences around to no avail. BAD design now and nearly unusable! Taking pictures is easier than their new app. Used to be the other way around. Will fall on deaf ears no doubt. No longer a fan and will look for replacement. Just like Adobe to create something then ruin interest in their product by overpricing or ruining design. Ever wonder why so many free alternative doc to PDF and editors... Adobe ruined it for themselves. Terrible way to run things.
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  • Was great until new update May 27, 2020

    By Cbird1973
    I updated my iPhone and this app and each time I try to log back in with my adobe acct, it says error occurred while trying to authenticate, please try again later. I uninstalled and reinstalled and this keeps doing the same thing. Then I tried using my google login and even after entering that it goes back to page asking me to log in using either of the four choices again. What is going on? I can’t find anything on the forums to see if others are having this issue nor a way to contact adobe to advise them. This app was great until it stopped working after this recent update to iOS 13.5. Any suggestions here? I need to use this app ASAP. Thanks.
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  • Adobe Cloud Privacy Problem Jun 23, 2018

    By Max the Mike
    I got Adobe Scan. But, it is not a stand alone app. Scans are not stored on a device, e.g. iPhone, but in Adobe Cloud. After cloud storage, individual files maybe downloaded back to a device by the copy/paste function. This can be very time consuming without an in mass option. Further, there is a problem with confidentiality and privacy given a nondisclosure agreement for scanned information. Further, the app assumes cloud access by any mode of connectivity to Adobe Cloud via the Internet, which is not everywhere & always available anytime regardless the cost. This amounts to loss of control of ones information that results in lost empowerment. Thus, the whole purpose of a device, e.g. iPhone is defeated or lost. It maybe that I do not know Adobe has solved these problems. Lastly, the paramount issues the app raises are about information availability, legality, safety, & security. Sincerely, M A
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  • Crashed and wiped after 118 pages scanned Sep 7, 2019

    By libbby213
    I was scanning a long document for my students and the app crashed after 118 pages. No glitches, no warnings, no auto save. I reopened the app and was relieved to see my document was still there and I was able to flip through a couple pages before it crashed again and deleted my document. I’m so irritated and frustrated. How is there not a failsafe for something like this??? Do I try again and hope it doesn’t happen again?? Can’t believe it doesn’t auto save every time you scan a page. I would totally be cool with the last scanned page not saving, but seriously? The 117 pages before that didn’t save anywhere? This app is probably fine for small documents. It’s definitely not fine for large documents. What a waste of time :(
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  • Deleted my documents with NO notice May 21, 2019

    By Ekbgcq
    I downloaded this app a few months ago and enjoyed the convenience of the auto scan feature. It was easy to take the PDFs and share them via email or text or print them out depending on my need. Today I went to open the app and for the first time it required me to sign-in. Use my Gmail account to sign in to discover ALL of the documents I had on here and looked at just last week WERE GONE. What did you do with my documents? I had not updated this iPad or the app since I bought it..... now I see if I try to sign out it’s telling me it will delete all my files – – prior to today I never had to sign in or sign out and my documents stayed right where I put them. PLEASE give me back my documents!!!!!
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  • Too many bad scans Sep 20, 2019

    By smolaw
    The app appears to work almost too fast on the iPhone XS, leading to poorly imaged scans. Inexplicably, this app fails to save to Creative Cloud where files could be made immediately accessible on other platforms. I noticed that saves are immediately available to Adobe Sans installations on other devices (and the new Files app picks it up as a separate file source upon installation), so Adobe is using some proprietary cloud system. Why have redundant systems when you’ve got Creative Cloud?? Also, the auto-detection/centering/leveling is inferior to other popular scan apps — tech needs some work (might be worth acquiring the technology from a company that has already perfected it). Notwithstanding these flaws, a useful app.
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