orb3000 · Feb 22, 2011 at 12:00 pm

Handyscan for Windows Phone 7

XDA member pckshd presents Handyscan for your Windows Phone 7. This application will turn your device into a small scanner by using your camera. The latest update includes a free lite version with ads and some minor limitations such as not being able to send the scan via email directly from the app. Instead, you have to go to the image created and then send it. Also, you can´t convert to PDF and the images saved to media hub have a small watermark at the bottom. Even with these limitations, the app is very useful and will let you create collage pages with scanned images, import & export images from pictures hub library, send scanned document via email, either in JPG or PDF format and choose size and quality for sending scanned results.

Originally posted by pckshd
[APP] Handyscan – [Updated 2/9/2010] – [V2.5]

Name: Handyscan v2.5

Handyscan is your personal document scanner. With it you will be able to use the device’s camera to scan (picture) physical documents and send them to your inbox or to any email recipient, either in JPG or PDF format. You can scan multiple pages per document, you can also align/rotate the resulted scan or crop it if needed. Handyscan has also a ‘typewriter’ feature which allows you to type text into scanned documents or forms. Traditional scanners are usually big, tough and hard to use; now with Windows Phone 7 you can take advantage of its high resolution camera in conjunction with handyscan to scan easily, quickly and effectively.

Key features
Scan any type of physical document
Automatic optimization of scanned images
Zoom in/zoom out capable
Align and crop scanned document
Add text to document. You can fill forms if you got no pen!
Scan multiple pages per document and save as a single file

Continue to the application thread.


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