Evernote Scannable

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Description of App: 

Scannable moves paper forward. Scan contracts, receipts, business cards, and any paper that comes your way. Save or share documents instantly and move on.

Automatically capture high-quality scans anywhere
- Scan fast: Point your camera at documents, Post-it® Notes, or whiteboards. Scannable immediately captures them.
- Save time: Scannable automatically rotates, crops, and adjusts images so your scans are clear and easy to read.
- Share or save: Send documents to colleagues via email or text, or save them to Evernote and other apps.

Deal with paper professionally
- Turn business cards into contacts: Pull information from business cards and LinkedIn, add profile photos, and save it all to your contacts list.
- Banish paper stacks: Scannable works seamlessly with the ScanSnap Evernote Edition scanner to get multi-page documents where they need to go.
- A scanner for everyone: With Scannable, your whole team can control a ScanSnap Evernote Edition from their own devices and send paper on its way.

Scannable is free to download and use.

Apple Watch Support: 

Not Known

Version: 

1.1

Free or Paid: 

Free

Device(s) App Was Tested On: 

iPhone
iPhone

iOS Version: 

8.3

Accessibility Comments: 

AppleVis Editorial Team Note:
We have made changes to the Accessibility Rating for this App. If you feel that this is incorrect. Please feel free to leave comments below to let us know of the changes and findings you have found.

Original Poster Comments:
When you first start the app you get a tutorial come up, this isn't navigable with flicking, instead you have to touch around the screen to look for a
button labelled as I got it. Once you tap this button the main part of the app comes up and it is accessible with flicking, everything is clearly labelled,
though I haven't successfully scanned any documents with this, but then I wasn't seriously trying. It goes without saying this app offers no guidance with
lining up with your document, and in fact the screen which says looking for document says to line it up in the screen. So I have no idea if this app will
actually OCR text or if it just takes a picture and saves it. I presume there must be some sort of view finder on the screen that sighted users must frame
the document in or something. The app does offer a manual method for taking pictures as well as the automatic one. I have only spent about 5 minutes with
this app. I selected that is is fully accessible and easy to navigate and use because although the tutorial takes a few seconds to escape its quite easy
and after that everything is fine and you don't see the tutorial again.

VoiceOver Performance: 

VoiceOver reads most page elements.

Button Labeling: 

Most buttons are clearly labeled.

Usability: 

There are some accessibility issues with this app, but it can still be used if you are willing to tolerate these issues and learn how to work around them.