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Card Case Shares Contact Details With Those Around You Using The Nearby API

The Nearby API is arguably one of the coolest features Google introduced in Play Services last year, but its potential remains largely untapped. Pocket Casts and Trello were one of the first apps to use it for sharing, but very few apps have since followed suit and even less have been built solely to utilize this new capability. Last week, we heard of Radon, an app that shares links to nearby devices, and today we have another new app that does the same for contact cards: Card Case.

Contact sharing is, if you ask me, one of the most logical ways to use Nearby.

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Evernote Premium Customers Can Now Scan Business Cards Using The Android App (But Free Users Can Get In On This Too)

Evernote premium users on Android are now receiving a feature that can take the frustration out of managing a stack of business cards. Instead of storing them all someplace never to be seen again, people can use the app to take a picture of the card and have the information digitized into a note, with Evernote automatically populating the appropriate contact fields.

If you integrate the app with LinkedIn, it will also pull down their photo and other information from the site. While business card scanning is reserved for premium users, people who aren't paying Evernote money can get around the cost by hooking up to the social network, after which they can have unlimited business card scanning for a full year.

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