There are many document scanning tools and apps out there, and the majority of them work well. Your Android the device probably already has a scan tool pre-installed; it’s just inside Google Drive. Google Drive apps for iOS and Android are almost identical, but only Android devices can access this scanning feature.
How does the Google Drive scan tool work?
You can access the scan tool from the Google Drive homepage. When you start a new project on Google Drive for Android, you can choose to scan a document using your smartphone camera. Once the documents are scanned, there is no need to export them as Google Drive is a cloud storage tool. However, you can do it according to your needs.
Scanning a document using Google Drive
Open the Google Drive app on your Android device.
Push the button + icon available at the bottom right of the home screen.
Hit it Scan button.
Allow Drive to access the camera.
Tap the check mark on your document when taking a photo of it.
Preview the document and make sure the scan captures the correct area of the document by pressing the crop tool and dragging the corners of the document.
Push the button To safeguard button.
Hit it To safeguard again after selecting a filename, Google account, and location.
The scanned document will be automatically converted to PDF.