Apparent’s award-winning portable scanner ready for OS X 10.7 “Lion”, adds cloud-based scan to e-mail, and Yojimbo integration to its already impressive array of applications and services it scans to directly.
Doxie, the mobile document scanner for Mac and PC that’s Wired Magazine’s Editor’s Pick in portable paper scanners, adds two major new features today with a free software update:
Scan to E-mail. By popular demand, Doxie can now compose new e-mail messages with popular e-mail clients with a link to scanned documents and photos. Doxie works with Mail.app, Outlook, Gmail, and more.
Yojimbo integration for Mac users. Doxie now integrates with Yojimbo for Mac (also available to sync with iPad) from Bare Bones Software. Yojimbo is an information organization program, designed to keep track of notes, images, bookmarks, web archives, and documents in one place.
At an ultra-light 311 grammes, Doxie is always ready to scan as it is powered through the USB port of a Mac or PC. No external power is required. Doxie is said to offer crisp, clean copies of documents in colour at up to 600 dpi with its patented scanning technology on PC and Mac. It operates on a single button to share anything on paper. Scanning can happen to local apps, or using Doxie’s on-screen “Cloud” and “Devices” buttons to popular web apps, Evernote, Google Docs, and more.