SlideScan - Slide Scanner App 4+

Turn slides to photos fast

Photomyne LTD

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.6 • 11.5K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Brought to you by the developer that built the smartest photo scanner app, Photomyne is proud to now also offer an AI-powered photo slides scanning app that will blow you away. See how those hidden memories in slides are instantly revealed, scanned and saved!

1. Open a backlight source on your computer (or use the link provided in the app)
2. Hold the slide in front of the light
3. Long-press the capture button or simply say “Go” (if voice control is enabled)
4. See slides magically scanned and images revealed

The app’s smart algorithm will automatically crop, rotate, enhance, and save the slide as a digital photo in the app.

* Save the new digital photos to your phone
* Create a beautiful photo slideshow
* Share your photos and collages with the people you love

The first few photos are free. For unlimited use, consider purchasing an optional paid plan (in-app purchase).
Here are the premium features you get with a paid plan:
* Unlimited scanning
* Unlimited photo saving and sharing
* Photo backup and access on other devices and online.

The app offers an optional paid plan via monthly/yearly auto-renewing subscriptions**, as well as a One-Time plan which is paid for by a single upfront payment (valid for 2 years). These offer unlimited access to the premium mentioned above.

**Payment will be charged to your App Store account at confirmation of purchase. Your subscription will automatically renew itself unless auto-renewal is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. You can manage your subscriptions and turn off auto-renewal by going to your Account Settings in the App Store. If offered, if you choose to use our free trial, any unused portion of the free trial period will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription to that publication, where applicable.

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What’s New

Version 3.15

General improvements and bug fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
11.5K Ratings

11.5K Ratings

Wild-West7 ,


I believe SlideScan does a great job. I’d love to see SlideScan tap into “Raw” someday as my iPhone can shoot Raw. We’re scanning 35mm slides which have a lot of resolution and if the scan resolution is not high enough, the results can only be so good. I immediately put the scans into Photoshop and try to put every ounce I can, into making the photos as good as I can possibly make them. It has been an interesting solution to a major problem of getting to see your slides. The best thing you can do is to invest in a Photomyne light board. I put my slides in archival preserver sheets made by Print Files. I put the entire sheet on the top of the light board…perfect fit! From there I pull out the slides I want to scan and go to the 3rd setting on the light board, brightest, and then brace one of my arms and take the shot on the App where it says Add. Personally I frame the entire slide to get the maximum focus! It does not like that I do that but, that’s where I see the sharpest focus. Good luck and happy scanning!

Developer Response ,

We are so happy to be apart of your scanning journey. We appreciate your kind review and great rating, thank you !

Kakcpw ,

OK if you have no other way

The old adage once again should be heeded. If it seems too good to be true, then it probably is. These apps do great on printed analog photos. But on slides, not good at all. If you have no other means to scan your slides then this will give you a very low res, rough picture of your slide. I tried this against slides that I had already scanned with a fairly cheap Wolverine slide scanner. As common sense would dictate, taking a picture of a slide (even with an iphone 13) on a very bright white background will never get you close to an actual slide scanner. Even slides where the people are up close to the camera do not come out clear. They are all fairly blurred. And that’s where the sharpening tool supposedly comes into play. But this only changes the faces and makes them seem superimposed onto the picture with very little quality increase. Do yourself a favor. With what it would cost to pay the monthly subscription on this app for 6 months, you can buy a dedicated slide scanner that plugs right into any laptop and scans slides in seconds. And the quality is very good. 5 to 10 times better than this workaround app.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for the feedback. Try to hold the slide 2 inches (5 cm) away from the computer screen so that there is no transfer onto the scan. If you use an iPhone 13 Pro or purchased the macro lens on Amazon: You can hold the device closer to the slide. Make sure, the image is still in focus. If it gets blurry, try to move slightly back and forth until it gets back in focus. Please reach out to so we can assist on how to get the best scanning results.

SlackerGamerMom ,

Hidden treasures revealed!

We all know our print photos and even our digital photos reside in a photo Limbo land. Never really seen or displayed unless we actively prepare scrapbooks, photo albums or other various modes. The fate of our treasured 35mm family slides from a by-gone day undergo an even more dismal fate with limited ways to view them. They remain in a photo graveyard of sorts. But with this app not only do they come alive, they undergo a reincarnation! They are alive again. Not only can they be shared and viewed again and again, they are set to a slide show setting complete with music. Seeing my parents, grandparents and siblings again brings me back to the time when these memories were originally captured on film. They have all passed on now so enjoying these slides brings me joy in ways immeasurable. I love this app so much.

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The developer, Photomyne LTD, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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