Virginia based Deep Prose Software today releases Booxter 2.7 for Mac OS X. Booxter helps customers organize their book, music, movie and comic book collections quickly and easily. It supports both handheld and wireless barcode scanners and iSight video cameras to quickly add large numbers of items to a collection. Version 2.7 adds the ability to conveniently scan in barcodes from the free companion iPhone app directly into Booxter. If you have an iPhone or iPod touch, you now have a scanner.
Data from ShopSavvy’s 6.5 million users also showed that the average user scanned items at four different retailers during the time period, scanned an average of eight items per store, and spent an average of three hours shopping with scanner in hand. ShopSavvy expects 120 million scans in November. 15 million scans by ShopSavvy users from Nov. 17-23 reveal that Walmart and Best Buy are tops in scans, with the average user scanning items at four different retailers during the week.
Readdle today announces Scanner Pro 3.0, a major update to their popular iPhone application that transforms the device into a portable scanner. Using Scanner Pro 3.0, iPhone owners scan multi-page documents lightning fast thanks to a new, specially designed interface. Version 3.0 saves files in black and white to overcome the file size limits on e-email attachments. Scanner Pro 3.0 is multilingual, and localized in all major languages supported in the App Store.