New Windsor NY, – June 27, 2016 – WhatsApp has become a world-wide communication staple, especially for students. In combination with DocuWare’s PaperScan, they can comfortably scan homework or any document with a smartphone and share it via WhatsApp. Since the scan app automatically adjusts and trims the documents, the result is significantly better than with a regular photo.
At the end of 2013, Document Management specialist, DocuWare, released PaperScan, a free scan app that turns ordinary Apple and Android smartphones into a mobile document scanner. In its new version 2.1.1, the app works seamlessly with WhatsApp.
WhatsApp is a popular communication tool especially with students.They can now use PaperScan to quickly scan homework, reports or excerpts from books and newspapers with their smartphone – and share them with friends via WhatsApp.
Here’s how it works: once a user holds the smartphone over a page, PaperScan will automatically detect the page and trim it to fit before scanning. The scan can then be easily uploaded to WhatsApp and sent to a single recipient or a group. Multiple pages may also be sent as a single document, since WhatsApp supports PDF as a file format. To send a chapter from a book or a newspaper article, the user drags a rectangle over the section in PaperScan before sharing it via WhatsApp. Thanks to several available printer apps, you can also print all of this school work in high quality.