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Ubiquitous PDF: Scan to PDF from your iPhone

September 23, 2010

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Phone cameras are handy for note-taking, but when you want to share images it's irritating to have to send them one at a time. The Pocket Scanner app lets you collate images from your photo library and print to PDF. You can then send the finished product from your phone's email client.

Within the app itself, you can do some pretty nifty stuff, including manipulating pagination and creating tables of contents, cropping and resizing, and setting margin and page layouts. One feature we'd like to see is the ability for users to reorder images before creating a PDF: be sure to upload your images in the desired final order.

Pocket Scanner is made by KDan Mobile Software and is for sale in the iTunes store for 99c.

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