Using this app you can quickly scan phone numbers printed on business cards, hoarding boards and even on screen to quickly dial or save it in your phone. Also scan numbers from scratch cards, recharge cards, serial numbers, etc. to copy or send quickly.
You can quickly dial the scanned phone numbers. The app also lists some emergency phone numbers of most common airports, hospitals, banks, universities, etc. You can dial those phone numbers without the country code +977 if you are inside Nepal and using service of ncell, ntc, land-line or smart cell. Note: If you are outside of Nepal, you have to add the country code +977 before the given phone number.
This app is mostly useful for elderly people who can't read properly because of weak eyesight, and need to dial or save a contact number. With this app you can simply point your camera to the business card; the app automatically filters out invalid phone numbers, and gives you one-tap access to Call and "Save to Contact" options.
The app makes use of your device's camera to detect phone numbers and other printed numbers from almost anywhere. You can enable the flash light if you're in a low light environment. See guidelines for more information.
The app also lets your easily perform common tasks like recharge, balance check, balance transfer, etc without remembering the USSD codes. Instructions for common internet settings, call divert, etc. help you enjoy the services without having to remember the correct settings.
This app does not send the detected numbers anywhere. All the detected numbers stay in your device, so you don't have to worry about the serial numbers or phone numbers being misused.