April 23, 2012
Tired of hanging on to receipts, business cards, magazine articles, and other random papers? How about saving what's written on a whiteboard? There are a number of tools you can use to deal with this issue, and Snap2PDF is a convenient solution. Simply snap a photo of the paper in question. You can take photos within the app, even multi-page documents, or use a photo from your iPhone's camera roll. Edit the photo as needed, then you can email it or upload it to any of the PDF-compatible apps you own, such as iBooks, Dropbox, or Evernote. You can organize your files of PDFs within the app; you can give each item a name, description, category, and key words. Snap2PDF uses OCR (Optical Character Recognition) technology and can recognize text in 21 different languages. Would you like to win a copy? We've teamed with the developer to offer copies to four lucky readers. Simply comment below and tell me what kinds of documents you think you might use this app to capture. You must be registered with a valid email address in order to win, because that's how we contact the winners. Contest ends April 24 at 11:00 a.m. EDT. Good luck! [gallery link="file"]
Snap2PDF - Scan Documents & Share Searchable PDF
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