Google Rolls Out New Experimental Document Scanning App, Stack

Google has launched a new experimental mobile scanning application for documents called Stack.

The application uses your phone’s camera to capture a document, after which it will turn it into a digital file. It also identifies certain identifiers on documents, such as the due date and its type and organises the file into different categories, thereby making it easier for you to locate them.

By default Stack has categorisation of IDs, Receipts, Bills, Banking, House and Medical. Once the scan is successful, it will aumatically ask where you want the scan to go.

While the Stack app is in experimental stages and available to Android users in the US only, expect it to not be perfect.

If you’re looking to boost your productivity, take a look at other useful apps that you can use on iOS and Android both!

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