While Android devices may not be designed to replace the common desktop/laptop, that doesn't mean they can't be used for productivity. And one of the best uses for a device like a tablet is to stay organized. As such, it's not uncommon for users to want to store important documents within their devices. The problem is: how do you get a document from paper to digital without having to go through the trouble of first using a computer? Enter Accusoft USB Scanner.

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Just likes its name suggests, USB Scanner allows you to interface with a USB scanner directly from your Android device. It can send documents directly to apps like Evernote, Google Drive, Gmail, Box, and "many others," as well as share documents through the normal channels.

Accusoft USB Scanner supports a few of the most commonly used formats, including PDF, JPEG, TIFF and BMP.

There's a trial version off the app that allows 10 scans to ensure it works with your scanner/device, but the full version will set you back $10. For more details, including a full list of supported scanners, go right here.