50,000 - 100,000 downloads
- Uploading feature
- Just a 7 day trial.
- Few editing options.
"Use your camera as a document scanner"
Document Scanner is an app that allows to scan something and save it as a pdf file. It also includes a few editing and cropping options, but its better feature is an option to upload your scans to the cloud via Google Docs, DropBox or Evernote.
The UI is quite clean and everything's very easy. In a nutshell, a fast, easy and efficient app that does what it should. There's a trial version out there with a seven day trial. Once you end your testing week, and if it meets your expectations, come here for the purchasable version.
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Scan documents and receipts with your phone camera, convert them to PDF. It is a portable scanner for your Droid.
*email PDF or upload it to DROPBOX(Donut+), Google Docs, EVERNOTE (Eclair+), BOX.net (Froyo+)
*Print to the cloud through (Froyo+) with Cloudprint or breezy
*OCR Option through GDocs/Evernote
*no page limit
*scan and add pages later to an existing folder
*insert existing gallery image
*compression and page size options
*quick one-page option to take a picture and upload as PDF with a single click
*Correct perspective and crop your captured image. The app detects the four corners automatically and gives you an opportunity to modify it
*Enhance image and convert to gray scale (or black/white) as desired
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2.9.14: Fixed cropping issue in landscape mode that some users were seeing.
2.9.15: Fixed failure to create PDF that some users (Android 4.1.2+) were seeing
Solid. Been using for over three years. Very useful when needing to capture and save document and especially for quickly sending the document.
This app works well with the Samsung note
Excellent way to keep track of receipts and submit with expenses
I would like to rotate to picture but the app won't allow me to do that. Is that even possible?
I've tried a few scanner apps, this one is by far the best. Has saved me so much time and money.
Does the job but terrible UI.
Scan documents frequently to have available for court...easy sharing, reliable, mostly clear. Some of the conversion gaps on the page are a little distracting for tilted documents, but otherwise the best I've found.