Scan to Spreadsheet

Scan to Spreadsheet


We are hard at work updating the Android version of Scan to Spreadsheet to match the features in our iPhone version. In the meantime, we've lowered the price, so buy now and get the upgrade later.

1. Scan.
2. Email.
3. Inventory Spreadsheet Done!

Create spreadsheets using the barcode scanner in your Android Device. Use this for inventory, cycle count, or other times where scanning is needed.

A great option for bring your own device (BYOD) barcode scanning and/or inventory.

Simple way to create a list spreadsheet with bar codes.
Email CSV or MS Excel XML formats from your phone, iPad, or iPod.

The basic screen has 3 columns. 1 dedicated to barcode scanning. The other 2 columns for custom data.

A 7 column view is also available. Barcode scanning into any of these columns is available. To use, check the box next to the fields where you want barcode scanned data to go.

A time stamp is recorded for each scan.

Download the spreadsheet off the SD Card or email from your phone!

Recent changes:
DECEMBER 2013 - WE'VE LOWERED THE PRICE!
Low price until we update to our new 4.0 version! Buy now to get a discount when the update is available.

V3.0 Multiple column and multiple scanning supported.

On the main view, you can change from the original 3 column to a 7 column data entry format.

To edit rows, tap & hold the row in the preview.

Check each column to conduct multiple scans to different columns. The scan window will track each row count and the column name the scanner is link to.
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$0.99
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3.4
User ratings
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Installs
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File size
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About Scan to Spreadsheet
We are hard at work updating the Android version of Scan to Spreadsheet to match the features in our iPhone version. In the meantime, we've lowered the price, so buy now and get the upgrade later.

1. Scan.
2. Email.
3. Inventory Spreadsheet Done!

Create spreadsheets using the barcode scanner in your Android Device. Use this for inventory, cycle count, or other times where scanning is needed.

A great option for bring your own device (BYOD) barcode scanning and/or inventory.

Simple way to create a list spreadsheet with bar codes.
Email CSV or MS Excel XML formats from your phone, iPad, or iPod.

The basic screen has 3 columns. 1 dedicated to barcode scanning. The other 2 columns for custom data.

A 7 column view is also available. Barcode scanning into any of these columns is available. To use, check the box next to the fields where you want barcode scanned data to go.

A time stamp is recorded for each scan.

Download the spreadsheet off the SD Card or email from your phone!

Recent changes:
DECEMBER 2013 - WE'VE LOWERED THE PRICE!
Low price until we update to our new 4.0 version! Buy now to get a discount when the update is available.

V3.0 Multiple column and multiple scanning supported.

On the main view, you can change from the original 3 column to a 7 column data entry format.

To edit rows, tap & hold the row in the preview.

Check each column to conduct multiple scans to different columns. The scan window will track each row count and the column name the scanner is link to.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
May 4, 2015
How to email or export the spreadsheet I just cannot make it!
A Google User
Mar 18, 2015
Incomplete features - updated Where is the option to export or share or save to spreadsheet on android? Thank you, was not aware at what point or what button to press. I was selecting the file from the main menu.
A Google User
Mar 9, 2015
Works like a charm Best spent money ever.
A Google User
Mar 6, 2015
Can't get the other options to Work and it seems from the apps homepage screen shots in the play store that the program is different.
A Google User
Feb 5, 2015
Does what it says it does, and does it well. I needed something to quickly scan a bunch of product box barcodes into a spreadsheet. It's nice that it can continuously scan multiple barcodes and put each one into its own csv row. I was able to email the CSV file to myself, and then any manipulation I needed (parsing out the scan to multiple columns) I could do in Excel. It doesn't have a lot of bells and whistles, but I didn't expect them for what I paid for this. This was on a Nexus 5 with lollipop, so it does work with the latest revision of Android.
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