Ever irritated by rummaging through your business cards collection just for one contact? Does it sound cool if some app helps manage your cardholder? Well, actually there are several business card recognition apps for Android phones. If you are looking for one of the best if not the best of this type of app, you might be interested in ScanCard business card reader. When I try out ScanCard, first of all I am delighted that it recognizes my cards as well as if not better than its competitors, such as CamCard, or WorldCard. Accurate result put at the right place, thus I barely need additional typo, yep, quite a neat solution. Until now, I know that I should test more before confirming its accuracy. A little bit surprised by figuring out that it supports ?Recognize-all? mode as well. 20 card images previously captured, one click, done in one minute and half. Honestly, it does quite a good job, few errors, once again. However I have to point out that the application cannot yet detect card language type, as one of its competitors CamCard does. Thus, I have to switch languages manually among 3 modes, English, English/Chinese, and European languages. Another feature of ScanCard I appreciate a lot is its search functionality. It can not only search by name, but also by any keyword hidden in the card, as company name, address, even job title. I am pretty sure that many other?Mr. Forgetful? like me would be happy with this function, knowing that any slightest clue could be helpful. One more detail that might deserve a mention is that you can choose to show either contact list or tiny card images in your cardholder. It looks more like a gadget feature but I find it lovely. ?Thumbnail? mode just gives me an impression of skimming through a photo reel. If there is something to improve, I would say that it would be nice to have categories for different contacts. Last but not least, I would like to enumerate some utilities of ScanCard which could possibly facilitate the life, like sharing a business vCard or image with someone else by Email, making a quick call by just one click upon the contact, linking to the contact?s website, even a map location service according to the contact?s address. I would rather say that?s kind and helpful, but not a novelty, since many others like WorldCard do the same. Some more information for those who stick around. ScanCard has different versions according to languages. If you business a lot in China as well, you might need a ?Chinese + European languages? version ($8.99), otherwise the one for European languages could be a good choice ($5.99). Besides, all the ScanCard products have a Lite version available from Android Market for free. After all, I think that ScanCard deserves a trial thanks to its high accuracy and simple use.