OneNote integrates with Genius Scan, turns captured photos into digital docs

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OneNote integrates with Genius Scan, lets you make digital doc of captured images

Microsoft’s note taking app, OneNote, has been on a roll lately. Earlier this week, it became free across all platforms and since then it has been on a spree of adding new features to it. Today, it has added support for Genius Scan, an app that lets user digitize their documents.

Genius Scan is a pretty popular scanner app available on Android and iOS. The app helps users turn captured photos into legit-looking documents. It does so by automatically detecting the frames, making the necessary crops, and adjusting the colors.

Going forward with Genius Scan’s aim of making things go paperless, the collaboration with OneNote will now provide users with storage space to save those images. You may also find Office Lens for Windows Phone, an app Microsoft released earlier this week, interesting. You can check out the unison of Genius Scan and OneNote in the video below. Do let us know how much you like this feature. 

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