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Kaagaz Scanner coverage on Inc42

India’s Kaagaz Scanner Banks On AI Document Manager To Take CamScanner’s Place

India's Kaagaz Scanner Banks On AI Document Manager To Take ... With the ban on CamScanner in India, Kaagaz Scanner is looking to fill the gap with ... up the Indian market for many native startups, who have the potential to ... Kaagaz Scanner Banks On AI Doc Manager To Take CamScanner's Place.(read more)



Kaagaz Scanner coverage on YourStory

[App Fridays] Try Kaagaz Scanner, the made-in-India alternative to CamScanner

[App Fridays] Try Kaagaz Scanner, the made-in-India alternative to CamScanner. Launched by the team behind productivity app Sorted AI, document scanner app Kaagaz Scanner aims to plug the gap left behind by CamScanner after the Chinese app ban. (read more)



Kaagaz Scanner coverage on TimesNow

Kagaaz: India’s First Document Scanner | Startup Central

Kaagaz Scanner is India's first document scanning app which has seen around 8 lakh downloads in just three months. This app has no advertisements, watermarks, or sing in and grabs a 70% market share in the last 3 months.(read more)



Kaagaz Scanner coverage on Deccan Herald

Kaagaz | This Desi Scanner is a Winner!

Kaagaz, the Indian alternative to the popular Chinese app Cam Scanner, is the product of Ordenado, a company that wants to take over the boring job of sorting your documents and setting up reminders, while you sit back and relax!(read more)



Kaagaz Scanner coverage on Money Control

This Indian startup wants to be the new CamScanner, without abusing data. Will it work?

Kaagaz Scanner, which has had 1.1 million downloads after it was launched in mid-June, works offline—for now— and doesn’t store data. (read more)



Kaagaz Scanner coverage on Indian Express

Kaagaz Scanner wants to become India’s document scanner app of choice

Kaagaz Scanner has now been acknowledged by the Government of India ... Kaagaz Scanner wants to become India's document scanner app of choice ... Shrishrimal told indianexpress.com that “the ban on Camscanner helped the app grow...(read more)



Kaagaz Scanner coverage on Gadgets360

CamScanner Alternative Kaagaz Scanner Is the Latest ‘Indian’ App in the Spotlight

Kaagaz Scanner was developed as an Indian-made alternative to CamScanner, inspired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi's mantra “Vocal for Local,” which he shared through a video message on May 12 to revive the economy that drastically impacted due to the coronavirus outbreak and national lockdown. (read more)



Kaagaz Scanner coverage on India TV

Indian CamScanner alternative Kaagaz Scanner gains 1M installs on Play Store in less than 2 months

Kaagaz Scanner is an Indian document scanning app and can convert any image to PDF and can scan IDs, bills, books, assignments, official documents, handwritten notes, and more. (read more)



Kaagaz Scanner coverage on Business Standard

Before Kaagaz Scanner's success, these techies had built a solid AI tool

The Chinese app ban on June 30 has had many beneficiaries. The biggest were social upstarts like Chingari and Mitron, which thrived in the absence of TikTok, though utility apps also gained momentum. One such was Kaagaz Scanner, a mobile-based document scanning tool which filled the gap CamScanner left vacant.(read more)



Kaagaz Scanner coverage on EastMojo

Kaagaz Scanner amasses 1 mn downloads in less than 60 days; all set to replace Cam Scanner

With one million downloads in less than two months and a 4.2* rating in Google Playstore, this Indian document scanner application ‘Kaagaz Scanner’ is now the new replacement for other Chinese and other non-Indian scanning apps.(read more)



Kaagaz Scanner coverage on Times of India

Desi CamScanner Kaagaz Scanner gains 1 million installs on Google Play Store

Kaagaz Scanner, the Desi rival to Chinese app CamScanner has crossed 1 million downloads on Google Play Store. The app helps scan documents recently, received special mention in government's AatmaNirbharBharat App Innovation Challenge.(read more)



Kaagaz Scanner coverage on Jagran

'Alternative to CamScanner': IITians find Kaagaz Scanner as part of the Atma Nirbhar App Challenge

With heightened tension between India and China, New Delhi is looking to lessen its dependence on the communist state for technical know-how. Following the Galwan Valley clash in Ladakh, the Government of India banned several Chinese applications including short video platform TikTok, file sharing app ShareIt and mobile document scanning app CamScanner.(read more)



Kaagaz Scanner coverage on Goa Chronicle

Kaagaz Scanner touches 1 million downloads

Kaagaz Scanner has crossed 1 Million Downloads (in less than 2 months) on Google Playstore with a 4.2* Rating. The team also got special mention in #AatmaNirbharBharat App Innovation Challenge and have also gotten recognition from the Ministry of Education.(read more)



Kaagaz Scanner coverage on India.com

Seems Unreal! Writes Kaagaz Scanner Developer After 100K Downloads Following CamScanner Ban

Exit CamScanner. Enters Kaagaz Scanner, a Make-in-India initiative which got 100k downloads in just 24 hours. And following the overnight success of the application, a LinkedIn post of Gaurav Shrishrimal, one of the developers, has gone viral.(read more)



Kaagaz Scanner coverage on IndianWeb2

Document Scanning App ‘Kaagaz’ Raises Angel Funding; Gets Recognition from Ministry

Kaagaz Scanner is an Indian document scanning app, that has come up as a great replacement for Chinese and other non-Indian scanning apps has raised funding of undisclosed amount from few angel investors, said the company /maker of the app. (read more)