poclish is the revolutionary free app that narrows the gap between printed media and the online world, delivering the always-connected experience to traditional printed newspaper reading. Enjoy the natural experience of the good'ol newspaper with the benefits of the Internet.
With poclish you can:
- Find those interesting articles on the newspaper with just one easy point-and-click
- Share the articles by mail, facebook and twitter
- Find the online multimedia content about that interesting news on the online version
- Copy and paste entire texts and pictures from the article without using clumsy OCR apps
- Very easy and intuitive use, no configuration
- Auto language recognition
- Supports landscape and portrait picture modes to better capture entire columns
- Supports texts in English, Spanish and French
- Up to 3 options to choose article from (some articles may also be as blog or syndicated news on other newspapers)
- Send the articles by mail or store them for later reading
- Share articles on Facebook and twitter with custom message and included URL shortener
- Free version allows for unlimited searches as long as they are shared on facebook or twitter, or 3 non-shared searches per month.
- Stores up to 5 articles
- poclish only works on iPhone, iPod touch fourth generation, and iPad 2 since it requires a camera to take a picture of the article or news
How does it work?
poclish uses state of the art cloud optical recognition to find the online version of any article or news from a traditional printed newspaper, in just one easy step, to browse it, store it for later review, send by email or share using the most popular social networks. Couldn't be any easier!
Does it works with any newspaper?
poclish works with any newspaper with an online version, and sometimes even with those without it, finding the same article on different publications, blogs, syndicated portals, etc. Give it a shot!.
Why do I need a WiFi or 3G/EDGE connection?
poclish processes and searches on the internet for the best match to find that article in your hands, without an internet connection it would be impossible to find the online version of the newspaper, wouldn't it?