1. stardomains's Avatar
    Swift Scanner:

    Swiftly scan to PDF. Open the app and use your camera or an existing picture. You can then edit the photo...adjust contrast, crop, apply filters, and more. Once you have it to your liking you can also adjust the width if you want a smaller pdf size. Then press the Save to pdf button, name the pdf and it is saved to either your choice of the SD Card or the device memory (set preference in the app's Settings.) You can also have the settings so that the camera is opened upon the app being opened. For ultimate productivity, users you can optionally have the app exit once the save-to-pdf is complete. You can invoke the app from the global Share menu when looking at JPG or PNG files too; Convert your existing document photos swiftly and easily. When you have a 1-page document you want scanned into pdf format, use Swift Scanner for ultimate productivity and organization.

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    BlackBerry World - Swift Scanner

    $0.99
    09-02-13 09:01 AM
  2. jaydee5799's Avatar
    This app seems like it would come in very useful at work!!
    I am going to check it out!!!
    Great work!
    09-02-13 04:48 PM
  3. FocusedBerry's Avatar
    Looks good but what about further compressing the PDF file even after its cropped? Is that possible?

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    09-02-13 05:55 PM
  4. stardomains's Avatar
    Looks good but what about further compressing the PDF file even after its cropped? Is that possible?

    Posted via CB10
    It doesn't do that. Though you could use my other app "Photo Crush" to change the jpg compression/quality firstly and then use that re-sized photo for the conversion to PDF.
    09-02-13 07:59 PM
  5. FocusedBerry's Avatar
    It doesn't do that. Though you could use my other app "Photo Crush" to change the jpg compression/quality firstly and then use that re-sized photo for the conversion to PDF.
    Good idea. Perhaps that's something you can implement into the PDF one. Capture image first, compress JPG, then convert to PDF.
    09-02-13 10:10 PM
  6. stardomains's Avatar
    Swift Scanner has been updated:

    ✦ Multiple page scanning
    ✦ Quality slider to compress your jpg scan before converting to PDF
    ✦ Unlike other scanners your pages can be different sizes and have no glaring white margins, i.e. all pages are fit to the size of the scan width-wise and height-wise for ultimate clarity and professionalism.
    ✦ Still 99 cents
    http://appworld.blackberry.com/webst...tent/35299892/
    01-14-14 05:46 PM
  7. jaycook1989's Avatar
    Can I use it to scan multiple pages into one pdf file? It will be useful if I want to make a collection of images.
    03-10-14 10:48 PM
  8. stardomains's Avatar
    Can I use it to scan multiple pages into one pdf file? It will be useful if I want to make a collection of images.
    Yes.
    03-11-14 08:31 AM

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