Microsoft on Thursday launched the Office Lens app for iOS. The scanning app has been available on Windows Phone for about a year, but it is now the latest Windows app to make the transition to iPhone and iPad, following the release of the mobile Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook apps late last year. DON’T MISS: Apple might have figured out how to fix the ugliest thing about the iPhone 6 With Office Lens, you will be able to capture and crop images of your work to share with others, make digital copies of documents and business cards and with the app’s OCR text recognition capabilities, you can search for words and phrases within the images. Here are a few of the app’s features as they
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