Mobile Mondays

Interesting Scientific Fact: Smartphones Can Also Be Used for Making Calls

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Smartphones can serve as flashlights, calendars, scanners, you name it. But many years ago they were just phones which we used to make calls. Today we’ll reveal some tricks that will enable you to squeeze the most out of smartphones. Continue reading Interesting Scientific Fact: Smartphones Can Also Be Used for Making Calls


Mobile Mondays

Things in Order, Cancelling Subscriptions, and Spotting Typos

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Another week has flown by and it’s now time to put some order into the files, subscriptions, and documents stored on our mobile devices. Yes, you’ve guessed correctly: this week’s newsletter is about keeping things organized, secure, and readily accessible. iPhone Continue reading Things in Order, Cancelling Subscriptions, and Spotting Typos


Mobile Mondays

School Timetables, Flashcards, and a Wardrobe in Your Pocket

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“All the leaves are brown and the sky is…” Well, grey, tbh. It’s October, guys. Our congrats (or commiserations) to all students and a happy new academic year. The bell is ringing for another Mobile Monday newsletter. Here we go. Continue reading School Timetables, Flashcards, and a Wardrobe in Your Pocket


Productivity & OCR

3 New Exciting Features of FineScanner for iOS 11

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The biggest news of the last week for Apple-headed people is the release of iOS 11. We’ve added three iOS 11-powered features to FineScanner: PDF Tools, Drag & Drop and a new crop. Now our mobile scanner can do almost everything! With the addition of Continue reading 3 New Exciting Features of FineScanner for iOS 11


Mobile Mondays

Ringtones, space in your head and advice from a top manager

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Hello everybody, it’s Monday! Yes, ok, we understand that’s not an occasion that elicits cheer from many people. But that’s no excuse to not try and make the most of it. That’s why we here at the ABBYY Mobile decided to Continue reading Ringtones, space in your head and advice from a top manager