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iOS app scans, crops, saves 30 photos in ten minutes
Beautiful new version can be downloaded free from Apple's App Store
Scanning not only preserves photos for posterity, it also makes them portable and sharable. Pic Scanner allows scanned photos to be shared via Facebook, Google+, Twitter and email, and archived in iCloud or Dropbox.
The app can even scan photos pasted in albums or mounted in frames. Conventional scanners cannot do this.
Pic Scanner uses proprietary technology for multi-scanning and automatic cropping. It does all processing directly on the device, not on a remote server. So users do not have to connect to the Internet to save or view photos, or incur data charges, or worry about privacy.
The full-featured app can be downloaded free from Apple’s App Store. This free edition offers ten opportunities to scan and three to share photos. After this, a one-time $2.99 in-app purchase provides unlimited scanning and sharing privileges. Users can thus try the app before buying.
Developed by App Initio Ltd (http://www.appinitio.com/
An Android version is also in the works.
App Initio Limited