Notebloc app scans books, notebooks, and even slides on your Android or iPhone (iOS) phone. The scan service zooms in on the image and improves text clarity, making it easy to read. Annotations can be saved to a native platform gallery, saved to device memory, and even shared with friends via WhatsApp, Gmail, and Google Drive, for example. The tool is useful for investing in studies, and it is unnecessary to take all the physical material for a trip, for example.
The procedure can be done on images sent from the gallery or photos taken with the smartphone camera. Interested parties can also organize items in folders within the application itself, which makes it easy to access files corresponding to a particular discipline, for example. The app is available for download from the official Google and Apple stores, Google Play and App Store, respectively. Here's how to use Notebloc to scan pages of your study material.
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Notebloc digitizes pages of notebooks and books to facilitate mobile studies Photo: Rodrigo Fernandes / TechTudo
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Step 1. Download Notebloc from the TechTudo page. Open the app and, from the home page, select an image from the gallery or go to the camera icon to capture an image. Then position the camera over the desired page and touch the shutter. Confirm the use of the image in the "" cone;
Scan images from gallery or captured on camera with camera by Notebloc Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 2. The application will automatically recognize the page margins and make green markings. If you want to make manual adjustments, drag the edges to the desired limit. In the bottom menu, you can expand the selection and rotate the image. Confirm the changes in "";
Notebloc recognizes page margins automatically during scanning Photo: Playback / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 3. The scanned page appears immediately on the screen. In the top menu, you can view the original image and optimized versions such as photo, document or Notebloc edition. In the "Color" icon, you can leave the image in black and white or color. Finish by clicking "";
Choose from various shades of color and sharpness in Notebloc Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 4. The document will be opened in the main file folder. Touch it to open it. Then go to "Untitled" to name the document;
Organize your Notebloc documents by giving them a title Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 5. Tap "Note" to make a note about that document. On the "OCR" button, the app will automatically identify words and transcribe as text on your phone, so you can copy.
Notebloc recognizes and converts texts automatically so you can copy them to your cell phone Photo: Playback / Rodrigo Fernandes
Organize scanned documents
Step 1. On the main page will be the scanned documents. Tap the three dots icon to see the options menu. Go to "New Folder" to create a folder and organize your documents;
Organize Notebloc documents in folders Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 2. In the "Organize" option it is possible to determine the display order of the documents: most recent, alphabetical order or date modified;
Organize scanned documents by date created and modified Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 3. Press a document to mark it. This way you can delete it, move it to another folder or share it via social networks. The user can choose to send in PDF format, image or as text.
Share scanned documents on Notebloc via social networks Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes
Ready. Take advantage of the tips to take your texts and notes to study anywhere with Notebloc's recorded images.
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