Scandit launches scanning add-on for Android devices

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Scandit, a provider of cloud-based enterprise mobility and data capture platforms for smart devices, has launched its Scandit Case, which creates a ready-to-use barcode scanning solution on select Android devices.

The Scandit Case is an ergonomically designed scanning case that provides protection in a lightweight form. It also offers a scanning experience superior to traditional handheld scanners and mobile computers at a fraction of the cost.

When users download the Scandit Keyboard Wedge scanning app and configure it for the Scandit case, the smartphone becomes an enterprise-grade barcode scanner right out of the box, with no programming or integration required. The Scandit Case can also be integrated into a user specific app.

Just like the Scandit Cases for iPhone 6/6s, 7, 8 and iPod touch, the Case for Android operates without additional electrical components and leverages the device’s built-in camera and flash to scan barcodes, while still accessing all other smartphone features. This significantly reduces the maintenance and support costs typically associated with dedicated scanners and scan accessories such as sleds.

Samuel Mueller, CEO, Scandit, said, “We’ve received many requests to make a Scandit Case for Android smartphones. We continue to expand the range of devices that can be used in conjunction with Scandit Case and our mobile software and cloud services in order to enable as many enterprises as possible to transform their business operations while reducing the total cost of ownership (TCO) of mobile data capture.”

March 26, 2018

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