Scanbot for iOS, the sleek and powerful document scanner and QR reader, has received an update Thursday.
The new version expands on the list of third-party integrations with the addition of Wunderlist and Slack apps while introducing a brand new document naming feature across both iOS and Android editions.
Available on a freemium basis, Scanbot 3.7 also includes optimized performance, functionality improvements, enhanced manual sharing and more.
While Wunderlist as a new service to enhance your documents with reminders is only available to Scanbot Pro users, non-Pro users can freely use Wunderlist as a new cloud upload destination.
Slack integration is freely available to everyone. We have been using Slack as our inter-office communications tools and couldn’t be happier with its capabilities.
Slack integration in Scanbot allows you to directly upload your documents scans and associated comments into your team’s conversations and channels on Slack.
The new Pro-only document naming feature lets you set the names of files with just a few taps, based on predefined and own tags as well as dynamic elements such as the current location and places nearby, current date and time along with recent and upcoming calendar events.
These new Scabot features are available on both iOS and Android. Additionally, Scanbot for Android has been revamped with Material Design, Google’s well received software design guidelines for desktop, mobile and web development.
“And the next version of Scanbot is already in the works,” said devs.
Scanbot 3.7 highlights:
For all users:
- Slack integration to directly upload Scans and comments into your conversations
- Integration of Wunderlist as an upload destination
- Improved and simplified manual sharing
- Many functionality and speed improvements, thanks for your feedback with ideas and recommendations.
For Pro users
- Completely redesigned smart naming feature. Naming your files has never been easier.
- The additional reminders service is here: Wunderlist
The 53-megabyte app requires an iPhone, iPod touch or iPad with iO 8.0 or later. iOS7 is no longer supported.