Travelscan – Turn your iPhone into a pocket-sized PDF scanner: Review And Features

Description of Travelscan – Turn your iPhone into a pocket-sized PDF scanner Review

TravelScan turns your iPhone into a pocket size PDF document scanner. Turn vouchers, meeting notes, whiteboard charts, important documents, and more in seconds into sharable digital documents.

Send files to cloud service applications such as Evernote, Drive, and Dropbox, edit PDF, JPEG, and PNG images, create custom scan folders, and email files instantly.

Scan single or multi-page documents using full-color, black-and-white or grayscale modes. TravelScan automatically adjusts to remove shadows, correct perspective, and sharpen text for the highest quality digital images from your iPhone camera.

Scan ideas:

• Capture meeting notes on a whiteboard or notebook
• Keep copies of your receipts and invoices. Paint the paper.
• Sign contracts, convert to PDFs, and email in minutes
• Memorize each notated idea or sketch with a PDF
• Print signed contracts in minutes
• Create multi-page PDFs from textbook chapters, journal articles, and more

TravelScan offers you all these great features on the go:

• Fast Recording: If you have time to take a picture, you have time to scan. Just point and shoot.
• Multi-page scanning: Combine multiple pages into one handy PDF document to simplify and share the organization.
• Automatic edge detection: TravelScan automatically detects document edges for crisp, clear images. You can also manually crop by preference.
• Send to Cloud: Share your files with your favorite applications, including Evernote, Dropbox, and more.
• Instantly send and print e-mail: Send your scanned images to your favorite e-mail application for easy sharing or print a copy for customers and colleagues
• Customize folder: Organize all your mobile scans with custom folders
• Manage your files: delete scans, change file names, and save them to your photo album in seconds

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