Turn your Windows Phone device into a mobile scanner with CamScanner

Mentioned back at the Nokia World 2013 (Abu Dhabi), CamScanner for Windows Phone 8 makes its debut to the App Store. CamScanner transforms your phone into a mobile scanner allowing you to make soft copies of your documents the easy way.

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Mobile Scanner for Windows Phone

To scan your document, launch CamScanner app and sign in to your account (register for a new account if you don’t have one already). Tap the camera button and take a photograph of the document you want to scan. It needn’t be well aligned as the CamScanner offers a unique feature that auto detects and crops the scanned image.

The cropped image undergoes series of processes and enhancements to make it a truly scanned copy. CamScanner for Windows Phone 8 offers 5 new modes – they are original, lighten, magic color, B&W and greyscale to enhance your document the way you want.

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It also offers an ability to quickly convert the image into a PDF file.  After scanning you can search for text within the document, add/edit name, tag and notes to the document image. Pages can be copied, moved or even merged together to make a single PDF document.

The scanned documents are saved to the CamScanner account, you can upload, download and manage your documents anytime from camscanner.net. CamScanner is a cross-platform app available on iOS, Android and Windows Phone that can synchronise documents between various phones and tablets. There’s a web app available at camscanner.net which can let you manage the documents from the desktop as well.

CamScanner offers a couple of ways to share your documents which also includes SkyDrive sharing. You can email the JPG of scanned document or send a link of it or even save it to the camera roll.

CamScanner is compatible only with Windows Phone 8 devices and is available for FREE of cost at Windows Phone Store.

 

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Varad Choudhari is a tech enthusiast and gadget freak to the core. All things digital, that’s what he always think about. He enjoys blogging about Tablets, Mobile Phones and other gadgets - and is pretty impressed with the new Windows Phone platform.