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Got the app for the iPad, but it didn't allow me to capture the card image with the iPad. Very inconvenient.
trinarchb on Mar 1, 2013 for CamCard HD Free
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Great app! Direct import to salesforce please.
Great app! Direct import to salesforce please. Love the fast batch photo taking and scanning. Makes entering a stack, a breeze. Beautiful card holder UI.
Hedger48 on Feb 27, 2013 for CamCard HD Free
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Time saving
Very incredible. Must have.
Canizarev on Feb 26, 2013 for CamCard HD Free
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Cam card
So far it works pretty well . Its text recognition capabilities are excellent.
Mausopad on Feb 26, 2013 for CamCard HD Free
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Please Produce a "Universal" Version, Combining CamCard & CamCard HD
For about a year, I have been using the free versions of CamCard HD on my iPad 3 and CamCard on my iPhone 4. I believe the apps are very good and they do an above average job when it comes to the OCR process, but I have not purchased either version because it bugs/frustrates me that the developer continues to produce the app in two separate formats, forcing customers to pay separately for each version, even though both apps have the same features. With so many other developers releasing apps that utilize the Universal platform (i.e., apps that are designed to function properly both on the iPad and the iPhone,) I do not understand why IntSig Information Co., Ltd., the developer of the CamCard and CamCard HD apps, continues to use this antiquated development model, forcing customers like me who want to use the app both on the iPhone and iPad, to purchase each app separately ($3 for the iPhone version and $8 for the iPad version, which they indicate is a discounted rate of what normally would cost $20.) If there were a "Universal" format/version that I could use simultaneously on my iPad and my iPhone with both devices automatically syncing with each other, I would definitely be willing to pay a fair price. Until that happens, though, I guess I will continue to use the free versions, being sure not to scan more than the monthly allotment. Please consider combining the two versions and release CamCard in a universal format. I would think adopting a singular model of development would be better not only for your customers, but I have to think it also would save you time, energy, and resources. Thank you.
Teebron on Feb 26, 2013 for CamCard HD Free
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Working man
It could be a five but nothing is perfect .
Artski750 on Feb 23, 2013 for CamCard HD Free
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