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Scannable 1.2 with new "Color Restore" feature + more...


Hi everyone, 


We've just updated the App Store with a new version of Scannable.  There are a bunch of new features, but the one I'm most excited about it the ability to restore color to "washed out" scans.  To try it out, just scan a document (white paper works the best) and tap the image on the document review screen.




Here is the full list of enhancements... we'd love to hear what you think!


Image Processing

  • Restore original color of washed out or over-processed scans

Saving to Evernote

  • Quickly open the saved scan in Evernote

  • Improved reliability when connection quality is poor

  • Add GPS location information to saved scans

  • Automatically tag saved scans with 'Scannable' tag

Business Card Scanning

  • Easily follow up with new contacts by emailing your information

  • Automatically save scanned business cards to your contacts




P.J. and the Scannable Team




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The business card enhancement is good.  However the business card scanner is not saving the address field data, even though it is correctly identifying this data in the post-scan summary.  Also, if I am logged into LinkedIn a LinkedIn URL is displayed in the summary but this is not save in the contact.  I am using Scannable 1.21 (741) on an iPhone 5s running iOS 8.4.  Any ideas why this is happening?

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I am not seeing the same thing - can you help me reproduce the steps you're taking?


Here's what I'm doing:


1.  Scan a business card with an address

2.  Tap the card to show the details view

3.  Tap "Save to Contacts"

4.  Open the newly created contact on the phone and the address shows up as a "work" address




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Hi P.J.,
- Auto-save to contacts is enabled
- There is 1 mail account (MS-Exchange) and the default contacts is set to this account
- Am signed in to Evernote account
- Am signed into LinkedIn
1.  Scan a business card with an address.  The address data is not prefixed by "address" or any other identifier on the card.  Neither are the person's name, company & title.
2.  Tap on the business card image to see the details.
3.  A message pops up to indicate the card has been automatically added to the Contacts.
4.  Open the contact on the phone and the address details which were showing in the Scannable app are not present.
I have 2 example images I can send you if needed.

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