|By Business Wire||
|May 26, 2014 09:00 AM EDT||
CyberLink Corp. (5203.TW), an innovator in consumer multimedia software, today unveils the latest in its growing family of free mobile apps, YouCam Snap for iOS. Building on the positive reception of the Android version of the app, YouCam Snap empowers users to preserve any visual content by letting them capture, edit and share literally anything — from presentations to pictures to maps. No matter the angle or quality of lighting, YouCam Snap will straighten and optimize the image to its best possible quality.
“We are delighted to bring this amazingly useful app to the iOS platform,” said Alice H. Chang, CyberLink CEO. “After releasing the app for Android earlier this year we learned that users were finding ways to use YouCam Snap which we hadn’t even imagined, beyond the office and classroom. We discovered users using the app to capture a whole host of content they wanted to remember, such as digitizing old photos, or even capturing maps while travelling. We are now excited to bring this free app to iOS users, providing the same easy-to-use capture tools for iPhone and iPad.”
YouCam Snap is perfect for professionals wanting to capture presentations or share documents with colleagues, students sharing notes for a project, families looking to digitize their old photo albums, or anyone who simply wants to quickly take a photo to remember something important. Using an amazingly intuitive edge detection algorithm, coupled with CyberLink’s leading image optimization technologies, YouCam Snap allows users to quickly digitize notes, presentations, photos, posters, billboards — just about anything — on the fly. Once captured, object edges are automatically detected, images de-skewed & optimized, for users to save as a JPEG or combine into a PDF document, either of which can be easily shared in seconds.
YouCam Snap for iOS helps you:
- Automatically de-skew, straighten and enhance images
- Output multiple images to a single PDF document
- Easily organize images & documents within YouCam Snap albums
- Easily share documents with colleagues, classmates, friends or family via email or social media
- Add text memo to easily organize and browse your scan documents
Available today for free, YouCam Snap can be found in the Apple App Store, and the existing Android version is available in the Google Play Store (where the application was previously called YouSnap).
To learn more about CyberLink Mobile Apps, visit CyberLink App Zone.
CyberLink (5203.TW) is a world leader in multimedia software design. Since 1996, CyberLink has transformed how people CREATE & PLAY with multimedia content on PCs, mobile devices and in the Cloud. The company’s award-winning products are sold to all major PC manufacturers as well as millions of customers worldwide. Headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan, CyberLink also runs regional operations through offices in the US, Japan, Europe and Asia-Pacific territories. Further information about CyberLink can be found at cyberlink.com.
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