We’ve all been there before. You have an important document that you need to email, and you don’t have a scanner handy to get it up on your computer. If you don’t get this document to your boss by the end of the day, the contract won’t go through, you will never close that account and be able to afford that new scanner that you need to buy for the office in the first place! Basically, you’re screwed. Well, the battle does not have to be lost, my friend! Now, there’s an app for that. Introducing Sendable, the new Android app from Computhink, which allows you to take sharp photos with your phone, convert them to PDF, and send them where they need to go. Want to snap a pic of tonight’s playbook for later review? Need to digitize a lengthy report so you never have to print it again? Don’t have time to read that short story your friend gave you for editing because you have to catch a train? Maybe you have a contract to sign and need to send it back via the wonderful web… we’ve all been there. You can take care of all of the aforementioned activities at no extra cost to you, because Sendable is available on the Google Play Store for a whopping zero dollars! That’s right, folks: it’s a free app.
How It Works
Maybe you’re wondering how this extremely practical new app works. Let me break it down for you. Pick up your phone and point it’s camera at the document in question, be it a map, essay, notepad, contract, or concordat. Hold your breath, take a picture, and breathe. The hard part is over. Now you can crop the image so that the file only includes exactly what you need. Spin it, twist it, select different parts of the doc; it is yours to play with.
The Name Doesn’t Lie
You can then send this anywhere you like. Save it to Google Drive, Dropbox, Evernote, Box, or even to Contentverse (if your office is into that sort of thing). Instantly convert to PDF and send it via email, Bluetooth, or over a private network. The app is easy to figure out and even easier to use once you download from the Google Play Store. No need to mess with bulky, confusing scanners or slower computer interfaces, Sendable is the scanner of the future!
What’s that you say? There are other apps out there? Why not just use your phone’s camera and send a picture? The ultimate question is, what makes Sendable stand out? This mobile scanner does what some other apps do, but no other app does it as quickly and with such ease of use. The renaming feature, cropping abilities, and sending process are all so comprehensive that you’ll never second guess what you’re doing (or how to do it). Scan on the go. Make a PDF at any time of day, even when you’re half asleep. It’s so easy, your grandparents could do it! And they would have a darn good time all the while.
An App by Experts
The folks at Computhink know their stuff, too. They have been working with document conversion, transfer, and management for two decades! It’s no wonder they have decided to break onto the Android scene. Their document management software, Contentverse, is already available on mobile devices. With a company that has won numerous awards for their internationally recognized services and a development team with twenty years’ experience, you can’t go wrong. Whether you’re a college student with an exam to cram for or a frustrated employee with no time to scan the hundreds of files you have piling up, Sendable is the very best in mobile capture and transfer. Don’t you want to be a part of the freshest thing this side of the new millennium? Go ahead— hop onto the Google Play Store today and check this new app out. End the vicious circle today!
About the Author:
|Daniel Cochran is a Creative Content Coordinator at Computhink. His background is in fiction writing and book sales, but he is thrilled to be a part of the marketing revolution. He is currently enthralled in the throes of blog writing, comic drawing, and brain storming, loving every minute of it. Daniel also enjoys riding his bicycle to and from the coffee shop, ordering coffee at the coffee shop, and enjoying coffee with other coffee hounds at the coffee shop. He can be reached at email@example.com.|