Tech giant Google has come up with a new app called 'Stack' that will enable users to scan documents thoroughly and clearly. The app, which is rolled out via the company's in-house incubator, is expected to help users digitize their documents, receipts, and other important papers. The best part about this app is that it will automatically save all the scanned documents to Google Drive, just like the app's name suggests—Stack.
According to Google, the app can easily scan a range of differently sized documents, including various documents such as shopping receipts, bills, and IDs. These documents are converted into PDFs and can be seamlessly organized. With the help of the latest artificial intelligence technology, the app can organize according to the important information from within the file.
The app has already been launched for Android users and can be downloaded for free without any in-app purchases. The firm has further stated that it will make decisions regarding whether to roll out Stack to more platforms like iOS. Meanwhile, when the Android users take a photo of a document, the app will name the document on its own, and it will store the correct category of files. Stack has been designed to identify key information from within these documents and informs users about the document.