Google PhotoScan Update Brings Auto Saving to Google Photos
Google PhotoScan, the app for scanning older photos to save digitally, has a new update rolling out that brings several improvements. The new build is version 1.5 for those keeping score at home and is rolling out into the Play Store today.
The first change that users of PhotoScan will likely appreciate the most is the automatic saving of scanned photos to your Google Photos account. Previously, when you scanned a photo, it was saved to its own library on your phone and you had to then manually sync that library with Photos. Now when you scan a photo, it is automatically saved to your Google Photos library, eliminating the manual step.