Free iPhone app: Scan Pages

— Turn your smartphone into a mobile scanner —

Scan Pages
Ricoh Innovations, Inc. (RII), Ricoh's R&D subsidiary in Silicon Valley, California released a new free iPhone application called Scan Pages. Scan Pages application turns your smartphone into a mobile scanner. It organizes and cleans your mobile images using RII’s advance mobile image processing technology, and allows you to combine scanned pages in a PDF file and store in Google Docs, Evernote, Dropbox or share via E-mail.

Since its release in September, 2011, Scan Pages application has gained 110,000+ users with very positive comments, such as “Simply the Best. Just tested paid apps, this one way better by quality and is easy to use”. The application has also ranked in the top 100 business apps lists of over 40 countries in the Apple App Store.

Dr. Berna Erol, the Research Manager of Advanced Personal Technologies group at RII said that “Our previous mobile applications ‘Whiteboard Share’ has exceeded 100,000 users and ‘Image To Text’ has exceeded 150,000 users. We are very happy to create yet another popular mobile imaging application for users.”

Scan/Organize/Share

Contact: If you have any question about Scan Pages, send an e-mail to betas@rii.ricoh.com

More information

  • * iPhone is a trademark of Apple Inc.
  • * iTunes Store, App Store, and iPod touch are the trademarks or registered trademarks of the Apple Inc. registered in the United States and other countries.
  • * Evernote is a registered trademark of U.S. Evernote Corporation.
  • * Google Docs is a trademark of Google Inc.
  • * DropBox is a trademark of DropBox Inc.

Nov 17, 2011

Ricoh Company, Ltd.

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