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Matthew Mulvaney

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  1. Thanks for the feedback. I tried a bunch of alternatives (AdobeScan, CamScanner, TinyScanner Pro, GeniusScan, Office Lens, and more) and all pale in comparison to the Evernote Scannable app for iOs. Given that users pay for the Evernote experience, perhaps it's not too much to ask for the same apps across platforms?
  2. Scannable was my absolute go-to app on my iPhone for any number of reasons (integration with other services, quality of the product, etc). In moving to an Android device, I wish there was a standalone version of the Scannable app for Android. While the scanner within Evernote is okay, the Scannable app was most certainly better. It worked very with with so many other applications and services. I am hopeful that the team at Evernote might consider releasing a standalone version of Scannable for Android. I know I would appreciate it and I suspect others would as well!
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