Dropbox Provides Document Scanning Capability to its iOS App

Dropbox is enhancing its recreation with new scanning and PDF-conversion capabilities. As part of a larger update to increase productivity features, Dropbox Provides Document Scanning Capability to its iOS App. So now you can search all the documents you have added.

Dropbox Provides Document Scanning Capability to its iOS App

Not only this, there is also a pdf conversion capability. You can snap of a photo of a receipt, business card, sketch or other document and upload it to their account as a PDF. You can also convert existing images.

The new scanning feature lives in Dropbox’s iOS app. If you’re a Dropbox Business user, the text of your scans is now fully searchable. It also make it easier to locate documents you have added.

This update more closely integrates Dropbox with the Microsoft Workplace suite. The iOS app deep-links into your Word, Excel and Powerpoint apps, so you possibly can create documents from Dropbox.

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On the desktop aspect, Dropbox now permits you to share information immediately out of your desktop (for Mac customers), with out launching the site.

A brand new commenting function allows collaborators so as to add feedback to any a part of a doc, picture or slide deck.

Onsa Mustafa

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