Adobe Scan for iOS and Android is a mobile scan companion to Acrobat Reader which supports a rich set of enterprise-class configuration and PDF workflow features. Adobe Scan features include:
Enterprise administrators Adobe Scan’s integration with Acrobat allows admins to configure and deploy mobile apps so that end users can keep work and personal files separate. Configure access to Adobe Document Cloud as well as 3rd party cloud storage solutions and manage rich settings for both MAM and MDM environments.
Adobe Scan requires that you log in with a supported ID since features such as conversion of text in images to actual text (optical character recognition) use services in the Adobe Cloud. Use an existing Adobe, supported 3rd party ID, or create a new Adobe ID.
Configure: Once you’ve installed the app, make sure it’s set up to do what you need by configuring the Settings in the app’s preference panel as well as those on the capture screen. Some of the features you can control include:
The scan app requires that you sign in to Document Cloud so that your scans may be converted to PDF, saved to the cloud, and synced across devices. You can sign in with your personal ID or with an ID provided by your organization. Note that signing in also signs you in to Acrobat Reader.
Open the app.
Choose a sign in option:
Most users have one login credential and will only see one set of screens. However, if you are part of an organization that has provided you with another log in, you may be prompted to choose between an personal ID or an company/school ID.
To sign out, tap and then tap Sign Out.
Signing out disables access to online documents and workflows and removes any files from the device that have not been uploaded to Document Cloud.