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CamScanner | technologies |
John Dalziel's insight:

These days, smart phones are equipped with excellent cameras with high megapixels and HD feature.
CamScanner is taking advantage of the high-quality camera and providing features that allow assessors, administrators, learners and others to convert images into soft-copy documents.
Users can...
- Scan any Documents
- Manage your Documents
- Share Documents with Collaborators
- Sync Documents in Real-time
All they need to do is take a picture of any documents and/or assignment papers etc., and save it into a PDF file. They can also customise and edit the scanned file as per their preference.
Platforms: iOS, Android, Windows.

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Scan Documents On Your Phone With CamScanner [Android & iPhone]

Scan Documents On Your Phone With CamScanner [Android & iPhone] | technologies |
When it comes to smartphones, many of us want to be able to use them to do all manner of useful home office tasks just to make our lives easier. So it's a phone, a camera, a handy email client, social networking centre and all the rest.


CamScanner is an application, available on Android, iPhone, Windows Mobile and Blackberry, designed to make high quality document scanning easy for users using their smartphone.


CamScanner is quite sophisticated, it is easy to scan multiple pages into one document and/or to auto-crop an image to exactly what a user wants to keep/share/save.


I've added the free version to my work iPhone to test the ad-supported, limited version; give it a go and see what you think!


I would think it is an ideal application for WBL Assessors.

Coling's comment, November 2, 2011 3:38 AM
Thanks for that, at first I thought why not just use the phone camera to capture a document, but this does open more avenues for assessment, will download, spread the word and and let you know
John Dalziel's comment, November 3, 2011 4:12 PM
Thanks for the feedback Coling; Like many tools it isn't the tool, it's the way it is used.