Scanning documents can be difficult. It is not something that most people require on a daily basis. As a result, not everyone owns a scanner or multifunction device. The issue is that we sometimes require this option. This is where smartphone apps come in handy. Their selection is quite extensive, though Adobe Scan and Office Lens take the lead. I must confess that I prefer the latter option. However, it is possible that this will change soon, as the browser giant has prepared its response, namely Google Stack.
One of the most significant advantages of Google Stack is that it automatically categorizes scanned documents. Safety features are also essential. You can use the application to lock your documents with biometric security. As a result, access to some of them may require the use of fingerprints or a face scan. As a result, you can grant third parties access to the application or portions of the scanned materials, which is useful for students who require a specific book, for example.
Google’s Area 120 has released a new product called Stack. As a result, it is an experimental product designed to solve everyday problems. Google News and Cardboard VR are two of the Area 120 products. Unfortunately, this means that the application may be quite short-lived, which is unfortunate. Google Stack is currently unavailable outside of the United States. Let us hope that this situation changes quickly. So far, the application can only be downloaded from third-party websites, specifically APKMirror. However, keep in mind that this is not an official method of distributing the application and may be dangerous.