Have you ever caught yourself taking massive amounts of notes at school and then thinking, “Hey, why don’t I just take a picture of all this?”. A brilliant man who developed this app, must’ve thought the same thing.
Lectures Scanner is essentially magic. It allows you to take a photo of a blackboard, white board, computer screen or a paper document and store in your phone. Wow, big deal, I can just use a camera for that, can’t I? Well, not exactly. Lectures Scanner is more then just a camera. Like I said, its a magical camera. It will automatically recognize your document bounds, whether its a monitor or a piece of paper, crop it while adjusting perspective and apply a ton of filters (although not free) to create a final product that looks like it was scanned by a flatbed scanner. Although technically not magical, for the sake of all the non-technical individuals out there, its pure magic. The app also features an in-app document organizer, which is a useful tool for keeping your notes/pictures organized. There are also a ton of sharing options so you can send your documents wherever you need them. Options include SMS, Bluetooth, Dropbox, Facebook, Picasa, Twitter, and several more.
Overall Lectures Scanner is an awesome tool. I found it to be somewhat equivalent to Genius Scan for iOS. With both performing very similar task with awesome results for each. So if you’re a student, a businessman, or just someone who needs to store documents, Lectures Scanner is definitely something to check out if you’re running Android 2.2 and up.