CamCard is listed as Best apps 2011 “Been handed a business card? How 20th century. Snap it with this and all the info goes to your Contacts” ---- T3 Magazine
CamCard is listed as The 49 Best Apps for All Phones “Scan business cards: CamCard scans business cards and adds the data to a new phone, Gmail, or Exchange contact.” ---- PC WORLD
"CamCard outdoes competitors in a couple of respects" --NY Times?23/09/2010
CamCard is the best business card reader. It can capture business card images with phone-based camera, recognize the card image content, and the recognized result is automatically organized as a contact and saved into phone address book and Card Holder. In addition, CamCard contains many useful features, such as email signature recognition, QR code generation and recognition, export Excel files and etc.
-Automatically trim and enhance card image before save into Card Holder.
-Options to save into the phone/Gmail/Exchange contact.
-Automatically recognize the language type of the card image content.
-Automatically rotate the card image
-Batch shooting or importing card images for recognition
-QR code generation for the contact’s content
-QR code recognition for the contact’s content
-Email signature recognition
-Double-side business card image capturing
-Search contact in Card Holder
-Export contact as vcf or Excel file in Card Holder
-Support Likedin invitation or search
-Support business card recognition for English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Korean, Japanese
-Requirement: Android2.x?auto-focusing camera, support Nexus?Droid?Desire and etc.
Keyword: BCR Business Card Reader, Scan World Leading, CamCard, Card Recognition, Scan
1. fixed camera issues on Epic 4G, Fancinate, GT-I9000 and others
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CamCard - Business Card Reader: Business Users will LOVE This App!
In layman's terms this app scans a business card and put all the information in the right boxes and then loads it in to Outlook, and into your phone.
You can then send an e-mail to that person with in seconds.
At a recent trade show I used Card Scan to load up the information of people who came by the booth, and then had our PDFs with pricing and information in their hands (also send from the Droid) before they had finished walking down the hall.
You can store the contacts in any of your synced e-mail accounts of the phone itself.
Yes it sometimes does not scan properly - missing word espescially when a odd ball scrip is used to print the card, but you have a chance to prof the data before it is stored, and that is a big help. The program is 85% accurate -
In a business environment where who responds 1st often wins the deal this is a tool, with it's few flaws, is a tool that you need. (hopefully my competition will all own iPHONES and not see this review.)
Friends, I have used camcard Western on my Motorola Droid without any issues, but this week I recommended it to someone to use in an HTC Incredible, and when I attempt to take a picture of a business card, it doesn't process it, but brings up other pictures on the phone. Does anyone know from where I might get some support and help with this issue? Thanks so much in advance!
How do I export Camcard to Gmail contacts? I tried saving it to the phone contacts thinking it would be an automatic synch but the card is in my phone but not in my Gmail contacts.
Not much good if I can't synch it to Gmail
Same question on Worldcam---How do I export to Gmail contacts? I tried saving it to the phone contacts thinking it would be an automatic synch but the card is in my phone but not in my Gmail contacts.
Not much good if I can't synch it to Gmail
I love CamCard it works great (give or take a few quircks).
Now that I have organized my business cards I would like to organize my loyalty program cards. I travel alot and have cards for airlines, hotels etc that I would rather keep in my phone. The ability to scan them with Camcard and file them with a picture of the card would be very useful and help to uncluter my wallet.
I have Camcard on my Desire HD and I've found it to be hopeless. It misses more than it captures and put information in the wrong boxes.
I spent more time editing the image it was easier to enter manually.
Have you given any thought to why it requires these permissions:
READ PHONE STATE AND IDENTITY
DIRECTLY CALL PHONE NUMBERS
There may be a reason, but I can't think of any legitimate reason for this application to need these things.