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  • Evernote's New Scannable App for iOS Makes it Easy to Scan Things and Share Them

    Evernote has released a new application for the iOS platform dubbed Evernote Scannable, which will make it easier than ever for users to share or import important documents.

    The application takes advantage of the rear-facing camera on your device to scan documents, whether they be contracts, business cards, receipts, post-it notes, photos, or anything else on a piece of paper that you can think of. After the photo is taken, the application will auto-crop and auto-rotate the scan and then allow you to share the scan by way of e-mail, SMS, iMessage, or even import them directly to the Evernote application for iOS, or another supported application thanks to the sharing abilities of iOS 8.

    Some features of the application, as noted in the application's description in the iOS App Store, include:

    Deal with paper professionally

    - Turn business cards into contacts: Pull information from business cards and LinkedIn, add profile photos, and save it all to your contacts list.
    - Banish paper stacks: Scannable works seamlessly with the ScanSnap Evernote Edition scanner to get multi-page documents where they need to go.
    - A scanner for everyone: With Scannable, your whole team can control a ScanSnap Evernote Edition from their own devices and send paper on its way.
    Evernote Scannable is a free download from the iOS App Store at this link.

    Sources: App Store
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Evernote's New Scannable App for iOS Makes it Easy to Scan Things and Share Them started by Anthony Bouchard View original post
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