Evernote is simplifying the scanning process with its new mobile app dubbed Evernote Scannable.
With Scannable, users can leverage their mobile device’s camera to scan paper documents like contracts, receipts and business cards. The app also automatically rotates, crops and adjusts images so that they are easy to read. Plus, once a document is scanned, users can share the document via email or text, as well as save it to Evernote and other apps.
It is also important to note that the app enables users to pull information from business cards and LinkedIn and then save that information to their mobile device’s contacts list. Moreover, Scannable works with the ScanSnap Evernote Edition scanner to streamline team scanning. The app is currently available for free download in the App Store.