This Friday we have great news for all Android users! DocScanner S is on promotion for 72 hours and is available on Google Play for just 99 cents! Normally $3.00, DocScanner S is an amazingly fast scanner app that produces matchless PDF documents. Featuring the same critically acclaimed image quality that the iOS version has, DocScanner S is a must-have addition for anybody’s productivity app arsenal.
Dropbox has been around for quite some time now, and new apps using it keep surfacing regularly. A one more way to use up your precious Dropbox quota is of course the DocScanner app.
Available for both iOS and Android, DocScanner is a document scanner app for mobile devices. It uses the device camera to capture the document, then processes it to look like it has been scanned with a regular desktop scanner. It simply transforms your mobile device to a handheld portable scanner.
Once finished with the scanning process, DocScanner creates a PDF document out of the real thing. The cool thing about DocScanner is that you can set it to auto-upload your scanned documents to Dropbox, immediately after they are processed.
Linking your Dropbox account to DocScanner is fast. If you already have Dropbox installed on your device, just a couple of taps in DocScanner is all you need to do. You can preset one or more Dropbox folders to receive documents from DocScanner.
A one DocScanner generated PDF document takes up around 1 MB, so with the free 2 GB plan you can upload up to 2,000 documents to your Dropbox account, and even more if you decide to go for the pro plans.
The DocScanner+Dropbox combo is already popular among students who use it for sharing digitized class handouts and lecture notes online. An invaluable tool for digitizing all paper documents, DocScanner just isn’t complete without Dropbox.
This is how we celebrate Cyber Monday! A free version of DocScanner S has just been launched on Google Play! DocScanner S Free comes with the same feature set as the paid version. Now anybody can try and see the ultra-fast DocScanner S experience on Android devices at a price of zero dollars. The only difference between the paid and the free version is that the free version adds a watermark on “scanned” documents. Buying the paid version lets you enjoy digitized documents without the watermark. Try it now! It’s free!
Old or new, sometimes there are interesting articles in the newspapers you wish to digitize for showing friends & relatives, or for archiving for later use. In fact, now you don’t even need a flatbed scanner to do that. All you need is the DocScanner document scanner app, and an iOS or Android based smart device with an integrated camera, and you are good to go. In some cases, the article might not even fit into a scanner, so a smart device with a digital camera is a much better way to digitize it.
So here’s how to do it
3. To share the article, you can export it to your favorite cloud storage. DocScanner currently supports Evernote, Google Drive and Dropbox. You can also email the article to one or more recipients using the built-in email feature.