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Inkscreen helps government and enterprise customers securely capture and manage content. CAPTOR has been called a “camera app on steroids wearing a bulletproof vest”, combining photo, video, and audio capture with full document scanning, encrypted containerized storage, and IT controls to manage how content is created, stored, and shared. 




Content Search

Josh Bohls

CAPTOR 3.1.7 introduces a new search tool to help you access content quicker. The search button is found on the main Folder screen (look for a magnifying glass icon). We wanted to make the CAPTOR search function comprehensive and simple at the same time.

From the main Folder screen, tap the magnifying glass, enter a keyword, and tap Search on the keyboard. The system is designed to search most of the textual information it has on your content. This includes the following data:

  • File Name

  • Text Label Annotations

  • Folder Name

  • Media Notes

As a reminder, Media Notes are found by opening any photo, video, or audio file and tapping on the “i” button. This displays the file name, user, time/date, location, and allows for a long note to be added as well. Go ahead and test it out!


CAPTOR 3.1.1 Release Notes

Josh Bohls

Today marks the release of CAPTOR 3.1.1 across all our platforms (BlackBerry Dynamics, MobileIron AppConnect, and AirWatch AppConfig) and we are excited to share some highlights.


The first thing everyone will notice is our new home screen layout. This is the first redesign of the home screen in two years. We have been gathering user feedback and one of the points we heard was that we needed to decrease the taps to accomplish a task. This release brings all capture modes (photo, video, etc) to the home screen, so you no longer have to launch a capture session and then select the mode. 50% taps!

We also moved the Folders button to the bottom, left of the recently captured or edited files. 

Finally, we shrunk the CAPTOR logo and moved it up to the top of the screen. 

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You may notice from the home screenshot we have added something completely new - QR!

QR (Quick Response) codes represent a fairly important security risk. A bad actor can hide a malicious link or file within a QR code and trick a user into scanning it with a phone. Most QR code readers on iTunes do not give the user a chance to review the link before proceeding. Our goal is to present the user with as much information about the link as possible before they launch the website. In addition, CAPTOR will utilize the secure browser (Web@Work, BlackBerry Access, etc) on the device allowing a second layer of protection.


You can now edit the file name of anything you capture by opening the content and tapping the info button (i). 


This version includes better handling of the state where a MobileIron user attempts to launch CAPTOR but for one reason or another MobileIron services are unable to supply the decryption key to unlock the CAPTOR database. 


Due to fact all capture modes are now accessed from the home screen, there was no longer a need for the "Default Capture Mode" EMM policy. If you have the policy set in BlackBerry UEM or Control, or MobileIron Core or Cloud, or AirWarch, the 3.1.1 version of CAPTOR will simply ignore the policy.  

QR Code Example