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Is it possible to use the Android app Evernote to scan several images, then save them as a single PDF, and share the PDF by email, without requiring the recipient to have an Evernote account?

I managed to scan several images, and save them as a single PDF, but when I email it Evernote requires the recipient to have an Evernote account:

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I don't have this issue when I use Evernote Scannable on iOS 9.

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    As of now Scannable for Android is not available(only for iOS). And Evernote and Scannable are different apps released by Evernote Corporation. Read this comment from this Scannable Team, So for now, the short answer to “When will Scannable come to Android?” is still “We don’t know yet.” . Also, check out this app PDF Scanner if it helps your case.
    – Lucky
    Commented Oct 23, 2015 at 6:11
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    Also, check this app Droid Scan Pro PDF Droid Scan turns your Android phone into a pocket document scanner. It will convert any snapshot into a highly readable JPEG or PDF by fixing geometry, contrast, and color. Record white boards, business cards, receipts and a lot more.
    – Lucky
    Commented Oct 23, 2015 at 6:16
  • @Lucky Thanks, I'm getting lost with all these Evernote products. i'll definitely try Droid Scan Pro PDF! Commented Oct 23, 2015 at 6:32
  • As mentioned in the Play Store description, Please try the free version first (Droid Scan Lite) to make sure this app is compatible with your device.
    – Lucky
    Commented Oct 23, 2015 at 6:42

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