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Multi-Photo Scanner on the MyHeritage Mobile App

13 May 2024 5:06 PM | Anonymous
I have used this new feature briefly and I have already fallen in love with it!

From the MyHeritage Blog:

New: Multi-Photo Scanner on the MyHeritage Mobile App

There’s nothing like indulging that sweet sense of nostalgia when you look at old photos. We’re delighted to announce that we’ve made it even easier to scan family photos using the MyHeritage mobile app. We recently added a powerful, state-of-the art Photo Scanner that uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to capture entire album pages in one tap. The new Photo Scanner uses the same technology that we use in Reimagine, our standalone app for preserving and improving your family photos that we released last year. Users were excited to efficiently scan their cherished photos and have them sync with their MyHeritage family site. We’re excited to bring the same powerful technology to the MyHeritage mobile app, so you can preserve your family photos and improve them with our suite of photo features! 

The MyHeritage mobile app is available on iOS and Android. If you aren’t using the MyHeritage app already, download it for free from the App Store or Google Play today.

How it works

Photo Scanner is a state-of-the-art feature developed by MyHeritage’s AI team. It enables quick and easy scanning of entire album pages or multiple loose photos in a single tap. The scanner then uses cutting-edge, cloud-based AI technology to automatically detect the individual photos and crop them, saving hours of work traditionally required with other scanners. Scanned photos are saved in a dedicated album on your MyHeritage family site.

Accessing Photo Scanner

Open the MyHeritage mobile app on your device. A banner appears with a quick shortcut to start scanning your photos. You can tap “Scan photos” on the banner to start scanning, or you can access Photo Scanner by tapping “Photos” on the home screen.

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