Scanmarker Air

195 reviews
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About this app

Scanmarker Air fuels academic independence created for educators to empower you to teach at your best.
Embrace assistive technology to encourage independent learning and academic perseverance.
We’re eager to help your students and school to achieve better results.
The Scanmarker Air is an invaluable tool for those with dyslexia and other learning disabilities.

The integrated text to speech function in the Mac, Windows, iOS, and Android software allows the user to hear the text being read back to them in real-time whilst it is being scanned.


Would you be interested in learning more? Visit our web page for the complete list of benefits and features.

We are supplying many public and private schools in the US.
Updated on
May 25, 2022

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195 reviews
Grant Robertson
July 21, 2021
Terrible! Abysmal at recognizing text. I have owned 3 different open scanners over the decades, and this is by far the worst. Because they no longer use rollers, it is damn near impossible to scan in a straight line. The app itself locks up constantly! The advertising says you can scan directly into your own documents. What they don't tell you is that those "documents" are only within the app. If you want the text somewhere else, you have to cut and paste it.
8 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
November 10, 2019
It wont connect with the scanner. GPS must be on to connect to the device. - why? Activating device gives an error and there are no remedies or explanations offered. (I bought the thing on amazon) Supremely frustrating considering the price of the device. I've been using consistently for the last two weeks. Both pc and app versions of software and use of device itself is very buggy and inconsistent. I do hope for updates/fixes as the idea of such tool is great in itself
17 people found this review helpful
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David Wraith
February 5, 2022
Needs rollers for smoother movement across the page. Needs a back/undo button because when you get an error it add paragraphs worth of jibberish to your document that you have to manually delete. Also it would be nice if if didn't add paragraphs worth of jibberish to the document when you get an error. It would also be not to get fewer errors.
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What's new

Improved stability and languages recognition.