The app was first launched in July for Android users.
The company says that the app has reached one lakh downloads in the first week of its launch and now has 400,000 users.
Indian mobile app studio Keshark Apps has recently released the iOS version of its app Carbon Scanner. The app was first launched in July for Android users. The company says that the app has reached one lakh downloads in the first week of its launch and now has 400,000 users.
Keshark Apps was founded by Indian entrepreneur Karthik Sharma. Since its official launch in 2017, Mobile Studio claims to have received 12 million downloads for its various applications. The company claims that the latest Android version of the Carbon Scanner is getting 15K downloads every day on the Google Play Store.
In terms of privacy, the iOS version of the Carbon Scanner is as secure as the Android counter. The application uses iCloud Drive to create backups for scanned documents. Since all user data is backed up on their own device or iCloud, the data can be easily transferred when the user switches to or upgrades to the new iPhone.
The company said in a statement that Keshark Apps is enlisting the help of some IT security researchers to make the carbon scanner more secure.
The company claims that it does not store any user data on its servers and therefore does not have any security issues. The iOS version of the Carbon Scanner is ad-enabled and includes the optional premium upgrade to unlock more business features such as signature and OCR to convert photos to digital text.
Document scanner application uses cloud OCR technology to convert the scanned files to digital text format.
IOS and Android versions of the carbon scanner support up to 6 filters to enhance the quality of scanned documents.
The iOS version of the Carbon Scanner is available in over 145 countries. There is also an optional VIP upgrade app that unlocks advanced features that are more convenient for business users such as document signature functionality, PDF password lock, and additional cloud OCR credits.