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Genius Scan and OneNote: Capture and Save!

Genius Scan is a scanner in your pocket. We designed it to make it easy for individuals and small businesses to digitize their important documents. This convenient scanner app for iPhone, iPad, and Android now integrates with OneNote.

OneNote users have been looking for a better way to go paperless and Genius Scan is a great solution for that. On the other hand, a lot of Genius Scan users are looking for better ways to store and organize their documents. By working together, Genius Scan and OneNote open a whole new world of possibilities.

Using Genius Scan is simple:

Snap a picture of a document (contracts, business cards, whiteboards!). Genius Scan detects the frame of the document, crops it and enhances the colors to make it legible, like a real scanner would do.
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If desired, save your scan in a PDF document. You can add multiple pages.

Export your document to save it to the cloud, share it with colleagues and friends. With the OneNote integration, you are now able to save your documents to your OneNote notebook. The OneNote integration is available for both iOS and Android.

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