PhotoScan is an app by Google that helps to scan actual photographs into your device. Basically, it’s a scanner app that you use to scan your photographs. It has a tool that lets you outline the photo so you can easily remove things like the frame or any background that you may get.you can also back it up or post it to social media if you want to.
SnipBack is a voice recording app with some unique features.You can record your voice, share or backup that recording and recordings are listed by a session for easy organization. However, the app also includes background noise reduction and the ability to record audio before the app starts running. It runs as a service and you can actually recover the last 30 seconds of audio even if you’re not recording.
Clip Layer (By Microsoft)
Sometimes, you will be looking at a piece of text on your Android phone screen, which you can’t just simply copy and share. Maybe it’s within an app, maybe it’s a special website, the text just isn’t always available for highlighting. Well, Microsoft’s Clip Layer will actually let you mark and copy any text, from anywhere.
Contextual App Folder
This app puts a living folder on your home screen. What’s living? Because it will constantly change its content based on what you are doing. If you plug in your headphones, you will get all your music apps; if you start exercising, you will see your health apps in there; if you get in the car, you will see Google Maps or Google Car. You can also customize situations and choose how the folder reacts.
This is a library of beta programs, which you can join in a single tap in case you want to test out the newest features before they become available to the general public. It’s worth noting that the beta programs listed in here aren’t hard to enter by any means, but having them listed and just one tap away is an easier entry point for sure.
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