PaperKarma

PaperKarma


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On Sale — Get it Free (for a limited time only)!

PaperKarma is the easy way to take control of your unwanted paper mail, cut your paper waste, and help save the Earth — by taking photos! Simply pull out your phone and snap photos of the offending mail. PaperKarma will figure out what it is and how to stop it.

PaperKarma can stop:
- Magazines
- Catalogs
- Coupon Books
- Fliers
- Credit Card Offers
- White and Yellow Pages
- If you can take a picture of it, PaperKarma will try to stop it!

Features:
- If a company is sending you unwanted mail, we'll find them and remove your name/address from their mailing list.
- It's dead simple to use — just take a photo, tap "Unsubscribe," and you're set!
- Track the mail you've submitted, and watch as PaperKarma identifies and eliminates it.
- Learn what information PaperKarma finds about the senders.
- Watch as your paper waste goes down month by month.
- Share your environmental good karma via Facebook and Twitter.

How does it work?

Our system is simple. We've built a massive database of company information. When we identify your photo, we use this information to instantly submit a request on your behalf. If we don't know about the company already, our database discovers what we need to know automatically.

Recent changes:
1.2.3
* Removes scanning screen so we don't block you from uploading immediately after taking a photo.
* Fixes some out-of-memory camera crashes.
1.2
PaperKarma now sports an updated look and new features to make managing your mail even easier:
* Identify some mail immediately!
* Add addresses via GPS! No more clunky typing - if you choose, we'll locate you and fill the form out for you.
* Holo-themed UI to maintain the latest Android look and feel.
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4.5
User ratings
2643
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
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About PaperKarma
As seen on TechCrunch, AllThingsD, LifeHacker, GeekWire, NBC, CBS:

On Sale — Get it Free (for a limited time only)!

PaperKarma is the easy way to take control of your unwanted paper mail, cut your paper waste, and help save the Earth — by taking photos! Simply pull out your phone and snap photos of the offending mail. PaperKarma will figure out what it is and how to stop it.

PaperKarma can stop:
- Magazines
- Catalogs
- Coupon Books
- Fliers
- Credit Card Offers
- White and Yellow Pages
- If you can take a picture of it, PaperKarma will try to stop it!

Features:
- If a company is sending you unwanted mail, we'll find them and remove your name/address from their mailing list.
- It's dead simple to use — just take a photo, tap "Unsubscribe," and you're set!
- Track the mail you've submitted, and watch as PaperKarma identifies and eliminates it.
- Learn what information PaperKarma finds about the senders.
- Watch as your paper waste goes down month by month.
- Share your environmental good karma via Facebook and Twitter.

How does it work?

Our system is simple. We've built a massive database of company information. When we identify your photo, we use this information to instantly submit a request on your behalf. If we don't know about the company already, our database discovers what we need to know automatically.

Recent changes:
1.2.3
* Removes scanning screen so we don't block you from uploading immediately after taking a photo.
* Fixes some out-of-memory camera crashes.
1.2
PaperKarma now sports an updated look and new features to make managing your mail even easier:
* Identify some mail immediately!
* Add addresses via GPS! No more clunky typing - if you choose, we'll locate you and fill the form out for you.
* Holo-themed UI to maintain the latest Android look and feel.

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User reviews of PaperKarma
Last update screwed up. Scan mail doesn't work! Was excellent! Had to re-install from dated copy to scan new junk mail. Please fix! USER X
Aug 13, 2013
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Saturday 3:34 PM
Lives up to its promises Excellent app, easy to use and does what it says. Occasionally it encounters mail it can't unsubscribe you from, but in those cases it explains why and what to do about it. (Tends to be local banks, at least that I've seen.) Very thorough.
A Google User
4 days ago
Seems good Waiting for results to make full review.
A Google User
4 days ago
It works! I get less junk mail as a result of using this service.
A Google User
5 days ago
I love this tool It works, but it might take a couple of months to see the results. I've been using for over 2 years now
A Google User
Sep 16, 2014
Seems to work I'm still getting junk mail, but it has gotten to be less.