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OfficeDrop now available for iPhone and iPad


OfficeDrop by Pixily has been updated as a universal application for iPhone and iPad. OfficeDrop is an app to scan, search, organize and store your paper files, PDFs and other documents.
The OfficeDrop digital filing system is a simple, cost-effective way to scan your paper and manage it online in our searchable web-based document portal. With OfficeDrop for iPhone, all of your converted paper and uploaded digital documents will be available for text searching, sharing and organization on you iPhone and on the web at officedrop.com. Best of all, there is a new free plan that give you search, OCR and storage on your iPhone, iPad and browser! Scan on your computer and have your files available everywhere.
  • Snap a picture with your iPhone camera and upload it to OfficeDrop – coming soon to the iPad, but not yet avaialble
  • OfficeDrop coverts your paper into text searchable PDF.
  • Start searching for, labeling, organizing, sharing, and interacting with your important paper and digital files from your phone, Windows desktop, iPad or web browser
  • Use OfficeDrop’s ScanDrop software to scan your paper into the Officedrop web app from your computer and then access that paper when you’re on the go with OffficeDrop’s iPhone app
  • You can also upload over 25 file types from your computer to OfficeDrop and these files also become text searchable PDFs that you can view online or on your IPhone
  • Access your files from anywhere with your IPhone; view, search, share and organize your paper and digital files on the go!
OfficeDrop is available for Free. Screenshots after the break.
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OfficeDrop now available for iPhone and iPad Leanna Lofte Wed, 20 Jul 2011 13:17:50 GMT

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