DocScan is an app which allows you to snap pictures and turn them into PDFs. The basic app is free but if you want to have more features available to you, it costs only $1.99 to upgrade on your phone or $3.99 on your iPad. Within a matter of minutes of having it, I decided to upgrade so I could export my PDF to different locations.
If you are like me and you have a 1:1 device school this app is AWESOME to allow you to quickly take a picture and send it as a PDF to your student. It even allows you to decide if you want the PDF to be in color or black and white. You can adjust the brightness of the picture as well.
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I love it because it's easy, saves paper, and allows me to quickly provide my students with what I need them to have WHEN I need them to have it. No more running to the copier room last minute for me!
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My students love it because they get to use their iPad and do what we call App Smash - using multiple apps to complete a project.
I highly encourage you to check this app out ASAP - and trust me. It's worth the $1.99 or $3.99 (depending on your device) to upgrade. :-)
What apps do you use for PDFs?