18 months after the launch of BinScan 2.0, we’re excited to introduce the next generation of our inventory scanning app, BinScan 3.0! The new version comes with a bevy of new features we want to show you, so let’s dive in.
BinScan 3.0 Inventory Scanning App
BinScan is a free barcode scanner app for inventory for BinWise customers that makes it easy to do inventory by scanning barcodes on bottles of wine, liquor, and beer. The app is available on both iOS and Android.
Please click on one of the links below to download the compatible version to your device:
With BinScan, you can take inventory with the following three easy and convenient options:
- Download the BinScan app, log in using your BinWise username and password, and start taking inventory (recommended if you have less than 500 bottles in your inventory).
- Pair the BinScan app with a handheld barcode scanner to further speed up inventory (recommended if you have more than 500 bottles in your inventory). We recommend the Socket Scan S740, which can increase your average bottles scanned from 10 to 150 bottles per minute.
- NEW in BinScan 3.0: Scan bottles using the BinScan app and use the innovative on-screen visual slider to take up to 99% accurate inventory.
Introducing Visual Inventory
In addition to taking inventory of full bottles and cases, BinScan 3.0 makes it easier than ever to take partial bottle inventory. It’s a simple three-step process.
Simply scan a bottle, use an innovative visual slider to measure liquid level in a bottle, and move on to the next bottle. When you’re done, batch review and submit your inventory.
Download BinScan 3.0 Today!
With BinScan 3.0 you never have to worry about internet access in your basement or walk-in storage. BinScan saves your inventoried items on your smartphone or tablet and automatically syncs them with BinWise when you reconnect to the internet. Download the BinScan user guide to learn about more features and best practices.
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