Scanbot's differentiating feature is its automatic upload feature, which as it suggests allows you to upload your scans automatically to a cloud service of your choosing. Most popular cloud services are supported, including Box, Dropbox, Evernote, Google Drive, OneDrive, Amazon Cloud Drive as well as the WebDAV standard. The update to version 3.7 adds team communications utility Slack to the list, letting you upload your scans directly into a conversation.
There's a reminder service through which you can set reminders to your scanned documents, with the update bringing Wunderlist into the fold, with Evernote integration already included. Ability to add location data as well as calendar events to file names is also new in the update.
Scanbot is free, although there's a $4.99 pro version that brings additional themes, document editing within the app, OCR mode and Touch ID integration.
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