Published 28 Sep 2012
[cont'd] you transfer and download files and documents from your Mac or PC using WiFi or USB cable or you can download directly from the internet using the browser included with the app. The Microsoft Office viewer lets you read, view and store large Word, PDF, Excel, Power Point, RTF, TXT, PNG or JPG files so you can carrying all your documents with you in your pocket and you can read them on the go. Add to these features the ability to share or save email attachments directly and a file management system just like you use on your PC or Mac. What's more, it's easy to upload or download files or scanned documents to Dropbox securely and hassle-free.
So as you can see, Scan to PDF offers far more than just a simple scanner in your pocket. In reality it's more of a file manager that allows you to easily scan documents and share or save them wherever you want. It really does mean that you can easily take all of your documents with you where ever you go. Scan to PDF solves a problem very nicely and, at under a fiver to download, it's a pretty cheap way of having a good quality scanner that you can keep with you at all times. Scan to PDF's byline is "The best way to stay cool online" and I can see where they are coming from.