VueScan Mobile App Adds Camera Scanning for Android
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Ed Hamrick has released VueScan Mobile version 1.2 for Android – adding the ability to use the camera as a scanner. The new camera scanning function allows anyone with a camera phone to easily take photos and store them in a JPEG or PDF format. In addition to sending via e-mail and saving to the Photos App, VueScan Mobile also allows you to save scanned images to Dropbox, GoodReader and Evernote. VueScan Mobile for Android also allows anyone with a Wi-Fi enabled HP, Canon, Epson or Brother scanner to seamlessly scan documents and photos straight to an Android device.The full version at $4.99 supports document feeders, duplex, document management and multi-page PDF. The VueScan Mobile Free App and the full version for Android devices is available in Google Play Store and the Amazon Appstore.
VueScan Mobile App adds Camera Scanning for Android
Hamrick Software has released the latest version of its VueScan Mobile App with a camera scanning function
March 21, 2013 - Hamrick Software, the developer of VueScan, the world’s most widely used scanning software, has released VueScan Mobile version 1.2 for Android – adding the ability to use the camera as a scanner.
VueScan Mobile for Android was first released just two months ago in January 2013 - allowing you to seamlessly scan documents and photos straight to your Android device from any HP, Canon, Epson or Brother WiFi printer/scanner.
The new camera scanning function allows anyone with a phone with a camera to easily take photos and store them in a JPEG or PDF format. VueScan Mobile automatically detects and crops the document in the photo, and allows you to save it, e-mail it or save to the clipboard.
In addition to sending via e-mail and saving to the Photos App, VueScan Mobile also allows you to save scanned images to your favorite Android apps that can open PDF or JPEG files such as Dropbox, GoodReader and Evernote.
VueScan Mobile uses the Wi-Fi connection on your Android device to find scanners connected to the same Wi-Fi network. If the scanner has a document feeder, VueScan first checks to see if there is a document in the feeder, otherwise it scans from the flatbed.
“It has been essential to us to support Android – and our focus has been to release a product that is easy to use for all audiences” said David Hamrick, Partner at Hamrick Software. “We wanted to make sure that the camera scanning is of the highest quality – and we are very satisfied with the functionality we have added. “
The VueScan Mobile App makes scanning extremely convenient. Simply press the green Scan button and, in a few seconds, the document will appear on your Android device. Ed Hamrick, developer of VueScan, said “We recognised the demand for anyone to be out of the home or work place and need a reliable and easy way to scan anything. This totally opens up the world of scanning. Anyone who can take a photo with their camera can now email it directly, or store it for later. This makes VueScan Mobile even more of a “Scanner in your Pocket.”
VueScan Mobile is available in two versions. The free version which scans with all supported scanners at 300dpi and can export JPEG images – this is available for Android, iPhone, iPad or Kindle Fire from Canon, HP, Brother and Epson WiFi MFPs.
The full version at $4.99 supports document feeders, duplex, document management and multi-page PDF. The VueScan Mobile Free App and the full version for Android devices is available in Google Play Store and the Amazon Appstore.
Based in Phoenix, AZ, Hamrick Software was founded in 1991. Its first product was VuePrint, an easy to use JPEG viewer for Windows that for many years was the recommended image viewer for AOL, with more than 100,000 users. In 1998, the company first released VueScan, a program for scanning with flatbed and film scanners, there are now more than 300,000 users all over the world and over 2,100 scanners are supported.