Tiny Scanner is a great app for those who need to use their phone as a scanner. The program, available for Android smartphones, provides simple functions for scanning any document or printed paper. The file can still be saved as PDF or JPG, and shared in different ways, such as via email, Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, and Evernote.
When scanning, the user can edit the captured area and set the grayscale of the letter if the paper is black and white. Color documents can also be captured by the application, which has a quick page hue edition with five color contrast. Here's how to use your phone as a scanner through Tiny Scanner.
Step 1. Download Tiny Scanner from dnetc. On the home screen, go to the camera icon to take a photo of the printout to be scanned. When positioning the phone's camera to capture the entire sheet, tap the icon to take a photo.
Tiny Scanner lets you take a photo of your phone to scan a document. Photo: Playback / Adriano Ferreira
Step 2. After taking the photo of the printed page, edit the page size borders on the bottom bar. Then confirm the edit in the "check" icon. Then set the best tone for the letters on the page photographed by the phone, and then go back to the icon.
Different shades can be chosen for photo letters by Tiny Scanner. Photo: Reproduo / Adriano Ferreira
Step 3. At the bottom of the app screen, in the landscape icon, set the page tone and confirm. Then name the file, and keep checking the "check" icon at the top of the screen.
Tone of the photographed page can also be set in the app Photo: Playback / Adriano Ferreira
Step 4. After naming the file, go to the bottom bar and tap the last icon on the right to share it by the options that appear in the app, select the one you prefer to send your scanned page.
Different options can be used to send the scanned file by Tiny Scanner. Photo: Reproduction / Adriano Ferreira