Mac users now have another document-sharing option for Facebook with the release of ScanDrop for Mac and ScanDrop Lite by OfficeDrop.
The new application joins other document-sharing competitors such as Scribd and Microsoft’s Docs.com.
ScanDrop allows users to combine scanned documents and digital screenshots and create multipage, searchable PDF files, which can then be shared via Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Delicious, Tumblr, and Amazon wish lists, or stores on services such as Evernote, Dropbox, OfficeDrop, and Google Docs.
PDF files created by users can include scans, screenshots, and image files, all of which are combined into one document.
OfficeDrop Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer Prasad Thammineni said:
Our goal with the new release of ScanDrop was to make the service usable every day, not just when you’re scanning in paper documents. Our customers are using ScanDrop in their work flows to easily grab screenshots and socially share once-stagnant paper documents that would otherwise just be sitting in a filing cabinet. The cloud is giving paper new life, and now, finally, making it social.
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