OfficeDrop Updates ScanDrop For Mac, Releases Free Version

Mac: Previously mentioned ScanDrop for Mac connects your Mac and its scanner to cloud services like Evernote and Google Docs. OfficeDrop, the company behind the app just unveiled a free version of ScanDrop for Mac, called ScanDrop Lite. They’ve also updated the paid app to include unlimited uploads and document splitting.

ScanDrop Lite is also available in the Mac App Store and offers a number of ScanDrop’s features without the price tag. Among them are the ability to upload 15 pages per month to any supported cloud service (Google Docs, Gmail, Evernote and Dropbox) or unlimited pages to OfficeDrop’s own cloud-based document storage service.

The paid version of ScanDrop is still $10.49 in the Mac App Store, and allows you to scan documents and instantly have them uploaded to the service you choose, create PDFs from the documents you scan, and features OCR for Google Docs and Evernote premium users. The update to the full app now offers unlimited uploads to OfficeDrop or any supported service and lets you split documents after scanning and uploading multiple pages. For those people who were disappointed in ScanDrop’s “freemium” status the last time we mentioned the app, it may be worth another look now that there’s a free version.

ScanDrop Lite [Mac App Store]

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