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Transform Your Mobile Device
Scan - Email - Copy - Fax - Recognize Text (OCR)
The ScanJig portable scanning stand holds your smart tablet or phone in the correct position for fast, precisely aligned scans of documents, checks, books and photos.
The innovative angled design supports tablets, captures more room light, avoids casting shadows and allows access to the touch screen from the seated position.
Get fast, high quality scans with the best scanner available - your own smart phone or tablet.
WHY BUY AN EXPENSIVE PORTABLE OR DESKTOP SCANNER?
DO MORE WITH THE PHONE OR TABLET YOU ALREADY OWN
Scan Aligned, Focused, Documents And Share Them With Confidence
THE SCANJIG DIFFERENCE
No Need To Stand Over the Document
Avoid Shadows & Glare
Work from a comfortable seated position with full access to your tablet or phone’s touch screen. ScanJig's patented angled design helps capture more room light, avoid shadows and reduce glare. The flash is not required.
Improve App Performance
Scan 10 Pages A Minute With Your Smart Device
Just open the ScanJig, place your device, and start scanning in seconds. This rugged, durable stand folds down and snaps shut to easily fit in a backpack or suitcase. Popular apps include Adobe Scan, Scanner Pro, Camscanner, Notes, Seeing AI, Evernote, Prizmo and many more.
Up to iPad Pro 12.9
Molded plastic parts provide firm support for both tablets and phones. ScanJig Pro model includes an extended shelf to better support larger tablets (e.g., iPad Pro 12.9 inch)
Adjust Distance & Alignment
Position Device for Best Field of View & Text Recognition
Move mobile device on three axes for the optimum distance and precise center. Use repositionable stops so your phone or tablet can easily be placed in the same spot for each subsequent use.
How Does ScanJig Help The Blind, Visually Impaired and Those Fine Motor Difficulties/Tremors?
The professional option - this second generation scanning stand is designed to provide easy tactile and guided positioning of both your mobile device and document. You get correct alignment and field of view on the first scan. OCR - accurately extract text from documents and convert to speech.
What customers are saying about the new ScanJig
Heather Hopper, Occupational Therapist, explains how her student has gained more independence using the SnapType App & ScanJig - Read More
I use a ScanJig with an IPhone and the KNFB Reader. I have explored several other scanning stands and have found your device to be the most intuitive and user friendly. Andrew Godwin - Associated Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired
I like to support people who take the time to make a quality product and actually listen to their customers." Richard Turner, Oregon Commission for the Blind.
The ScanJig - "takes a lot of the frustration out of reading". Carla Rushival - ACB Radio
I'm so very pleased with my ScanJig. It is perfect! No blurs, no shadows of my hands or phone from ceiling lights. I use blue tooth shutter release to further eliminate movement caused by my shaky hands. - Amazon Customer Review
"It works perfectly with both the KNFB Reader and Text Grabber" - "I couldn't be happier with it. Thanks for developing such a useful item." Denis Nelson, Moultrie, GA
I purchased the scanjig because I have use of only one hand and my bank's app requires me to photograph checks as I deposit them.
This product immediately let me setup, focus, and hit the shutter button one-handed. - Amazon Customer Review
"This is a really great and useful tool and I am definitely going to be using it a lot. Again, many thanks for this." Kay Malmquist, KNFB Reader user.
"A great accessory for our iPhone/iPad fleet managment solution" Maureen Quintanar, bulk trucking professional Los Angeles
"The beauty of the ScanJig is that it can hold anything from a smart phone to a tablet." Visually impaired user
"The Scanjig fits perfectly with me striving for a minimalist office." Australian Customer
Voice Dream Scanner app release
This inexpensive OCR app has just emerged from Beta testing. It's a simple to use text recognition tool for Text-to-Speech conversion and fast PDF emailing. iOS or Android Read More
Seeing AI works with scanning stand
How to use the Microsoft Seeing AI app with a document scanning stand. Read More
Scanner Pro - updated with new iOS 12 functions
Drag a photo of a document from a browser, email, or your Photo Gallery to scan it. After scanning, drag it into an email or store in any other app. More
Apple Introduces iPad Pro 11 inch model
The ScanJig Pro - Optimized for Tablets is now available. This new option supports tablets up to the larger Apple iPad Pro 11 inch model.
Apple iOS 12 Includes new scan feature in Notes
With iPad Pro and the new Notes app, scanning a document has never been easier. The new OS has been described by Apple as “a giant step for the iPhone, a monumental leap for the iPad”. Learn more: Video
Adobe Scan - Enhanced Business Card Capture
Turns business cards into editable PDFs and automatically adds the information from scanned English-language business cards to your device’s contacts. Adobe Scan
New Prizmo Go app - Aim at text. Shoot. It's yours! Prizmo Go lets you quickly grab printed text with the camera.
Adobe Reader for iOS & Android Now Includes Scan-to-PDF
The latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader for Android and iOS includes a scan function, allowing you to snap a picture of a business card, receipt, contract, or whiteboard and save it as a PDF. Video
Google Pixel Phone
The new Google Pixel works with the ScanJig scanning stand to improve productivity and text recognition.
With just a few taps of this free scanning app, old photos get new life when they are instantly transformed into digital shareable moments. Photoscan
Dropbox Paper - new scanning app for both iOS and Android
Dropbox's mobile app will now let you snap a photo of any document containing text, and the software will automatically convert it into a file in your account. Dropbox Paper uses optical character recognition, you can then search for words found within the document to resurface the image later.
Microsoft Word Format