Scanner Pro 6 for iOS by Readdle

Scanner Pro 6 by Readdle is a really useful iOS app. It's an app to scan documents, receipts, bills and you name it.

Yes I know that Evernote has a free app called Scannable that basically do the same, and the feature is also built in directly into Evernote, but Scanner Pro can do so much more, especially when it comes to sharing.

And I think the scanning procedure works better with Scanner Pro than with Evernote's Scannable.

And one of the best new features in Scanner Pro 6 is Scan Radar. Scan Radar checks your Photo Library to see if their is documents, receipts, bills or whiteboards in photos you've taken. This means that you don't have to open the scanner pro app every time you need to scan a document. You can scan faster using your camera app from the lock screen. Scanner Pro will take care of the rest, so you will never miss a document or receipt again.

I use this app a lot because I don't like papers, I have a totally paperless office. I scan everything really. And both Scanner Pro and the new Scan Radar feature integrates perfectly with a lot of other Apps and services. For example Evernote, iCloud, Dropbox and Google Drive.

It would be cool if we could save scans directly to the Google Photos app too though.

I can highly recommend the app Scanner Pro by Readdle.

Check it out in the App Store here. It's on sale at the moment.

iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s plus will be a tiny bit thicker reports a case maker

A case manufacturer has leaked some sketches that shows that the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s plus will be a tiny bit thicker. And personally I'm sure that's because they will have Force Touch technology that requires some extra space. The strange thing is that the very reliable source Mark Gurman from 9to5Mac earlier this week posted images with parts of a real iPhone 6s that had identical dimensions as the iPhone 6 though.

While the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will look exactly like the current sixth generation, they will be a hair thicker. The iPhone 6s should be 7.0 mm thick, up 0.1mm from the iPhone 6, while the iPhone 6s Plus will be 7.13mm - up just 0.03mm from the 7.1 thick 6 Plus model.

The coming iPhones are rumored to already be in production because of yielding issues thanks to the new displays with support for Force Touch.

Via Exclusive: iPhone 6s duo to be thicker, case sketches confirm - GSMArena.com news