Epson DocumentScan

Epson DocumentScan

By Seiko Epson Corporation

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2014-03-06
  • Current Version: 1.2.6
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 21.17 MB
  • Developer: Seiko Epson Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    2/5 ( 15 Reviews)
  • Price:
Epson DocumentScan App Ratings: 2
Total 15 Reviews

Epson DocumentScan App Description

Description Scan documents directly to your iPhone®, iPod touch or iPad®. You can preview scanned data and send it to email, directly to other applications or to cloud services like Box®, DropBox™, Evernote®, Google Drive™ and Microsoft® OneDrive®. Scanners Supported *The scanner below may not be available in your country. DS-40 DS-360W DS-560 DS-570W DS-575W DS-1660W ES-300W ES-500W Key Features - Directly scan to your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad - Edit scanned pages – multi-page rotation or re-ordering - Send scanned files via email - Send saved data to other applications, or to cloud services including Box, DropBox, Evernote, Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive*. *Applications must be installed on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. - Send saved data to your PC via iTunes® - Get help with a built-in FAQ section - Supports iOS 7.x or later - Supports iPad2 or later, iPhone4 or later, and iPod touch 5th Generation or later Advanced features - Autosize recognition, auto image type recognition - Multi-page rotation and re-ordering How to Connect Follow your scanner guide to connect your scanner via Wi-Fi® or AP direct connect mode. EPSON and WorkForce are registered trademarks. All other product and brand names are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective companies. Epson disclaims any and all rights in these marks. Copyright 2016 Epson America, Inc.

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Epson DocumentScan App Reviews

  • Worthless

    By Martinh2222222
    Does not support xp-200
  • Not too bad -- once wireless issues are 'solved'

    By The Fiddl3r
    Update (24 hours later): Epson normally has decent products. I have their V500 flatbed scanner, DS-30 single page scanner, and their 3880 large format color printer. I've never had a problem of any sort with any of them. I decided to investigate further before deciding the scanner had bad firmware. I have both 5 and 2.4 GHz wireless connections and an Apple AirPort Extreme used as an Access Point fed via an Ethernet connection (to my main router which is on the other side of the building) is placed in my office. I began to wonder if the problem was either signal overload or a bandwidth limitation. I moved the wireless on my iPad to the 5GHz band. The scans in infrastructure mode now complete successfully and quickly. I’m satisfied and raised my rating to 4-Stars. I did not test the Access Point mode of operation. I’m not sure when/if I will. A missing item DocumentScan should have IMHO is skew removal both in the pages and the content. I find that to be very useful in Epson Scan 2. It's obviously missing in the iOS app. ============================= 12.9" IPad Pro 2nd generation, iOS 10.3.3 Access point mode: Scans take a looooong time to process . I scanned in a 12 page double-sided stack of pages into a PDF doc at 300dpi. The pages went through quickly. The app then sat there 'scanning' with the activity 'wheel' spinning for nearly 10 minutes before the scan completed and the file was presented. Quite often this action ended with a scanner communication error and I had to power cycle the scanner after which all data was lost. Horrible! I then tried to do a multi-part scan of a 24 page document 12 pages at a time. Every time when the scan completed I loaded the 2nd 12 pages and pressed 'scan more'. Every time the app crashed upon pressing 'scan more' and all pages were lost. Again "Horrible!" Infrastructure mode: Exactly the same things happened. Thus the 1-star rating and the 'Virtually unusable" title of this review. NOTE: The same scans using USB & Epson Scan 2 on my iMac are completed without error. Therefore the problems must be in the wi-if communication system.
  • Horrid Workflow

    By jump.the.shark
    Really? Really. I just got the ES-300W, which seems to be a fairly nice portable wireless scanner. Unfortunately EPSON managed to destroy the usefulness of the scanner by failing to provide a good scanning workflow. This app is case in point. In order to scan three documents, one needs to: - enter scanning mode - scan page(s), - end document scanning - save the document to the application's data storage - go back and do that two more times At the end, you will have your three documents in the app's storage. If you want to move this somewhere else like dropbox, for instance, you will need to: - select each file individually - select the document view icon - from the document view select the share icon - finally select where you want to export the document - do that two more times. Really.
  • Works fine

    By Mdc3179
    I don't understand all the low star reviews. I just used this app with a ES-500W scanner, and it works great. If it could save directly to Dropbox, I'd give it 5 stars.
  • This is the worst app I've ever used!

    By Noir Amnesiac
    I just received a New portable scanner of absence to review and beta test. The scanner self is great, I can't believe it's so small that stupid job but the software just kills it. As I read the description of this app everything is supposed to be doing I thought they must've lost her mind because it doesn't really do anything.
  • VERY limited compatibility

    By musique toujours
    This app apparently works with only ONE Epson model. If you don’t have that model (Work Force DS 560), then don’t bother to download this app. It won’t do you any good.
  • Wi-Fi Connection Bug

    By Chamij44444667
    My wi-fi has no password set, it's an open network but the app suggests password field must not be empty. Such a foolish bug.
  • Two Printers?

    By Shadowbuilder21
    Any chance for another version, or an update to this one, that would include consumer models? I would love to use this with my all-in-one.
  • Does what it needs to do

    By Simman
    Gets the job done and allows for connectivity to cloud services. Please optimize for iPhone 6/6+ the app looks hideous.
  • Almost, but not quite there

    By tracycarrano
    This app works fine through the IPhone, but not on the IPad. You can scan the documents, but it freezes up when you want to share the file.