A new app linked to Google Photos turns your phone into a scanner, preserving print images digitally without removing them from an album or frame.
The genesis of Google's latest push in photos arose 69 years ago.
For vice president of Google Photos Anil Sabharwal, the inspiration for PhotoScan, which quickly creates a digital copy of a printed image, reaches back in his family's history to 1947. His grandparents, who were Hindus living in what had just become the Muslim state of Pakistan, faced soldiers at the door who ordered them to gather what belongings they could carry to cross the Indian border. Leaving behind jewelry and other valuables, Sabharwal's grandparents made sure to grab photos.
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