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Mobile Document Readers (OCR) Apps

What Is? - Logo.What is a Mobile Document Reader App ?

 

Mobile Document Reader Apps  use Optical character recognition software   OCR)  to confvert images of typed, handwritten or printed text into machine-encoded text, whether from a scanned document, a photo of a document, a scene-photo (for example the text on signs and billboards and then read it to the user.

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One Step Reader (iOS/iPadOS - $99.99
One Step Reader, formerly known as KNFB Reader, continues to be your quick, accurate, and efficient access to any printed text through speech or Braille. So a new name, but with the same good functionalities! The transition of the KNFB Reader from the National Federation of the Blind (USA) to Sensotec and the accompanying name change to OneStep Reader (and OneStep Reader Multi) expresses the confidence of the NFB in Sensotec’s ability to provide continued support and upgrades that will benefit existing and future users.
OneStep Reader 3.0 is a rapid and efficient text recognition app. Its text-to-speech, text-to-Braille, and text highlighting tools make it valuable for blind, low-vision, dyslexic, and others with reading differences.
Use it to import or take a photo of anything containing text. Take a photo and the app reads text out loud or displays it on a connected refreshable Braille display. Read with more ease thanks to the simultaneous highlighting of the sentence and word that is being read on the picture or in the plain text document. The app helps you get a good photo with special alignment tools, including spoken and vibration guidance. Snap multiple pages, such as a book, for later reading.
•        Reads image-based PDF and JPEG files, and now tagged PDF and ePub files too!
•        Exports OneStep reader files as HTML or TXT files.
•        Navigates by line, sentence, word, or character.
•        Crop, rotate and edit the pictures you take before performing text recognition.
•        View documents in PDF presentation mode with double highlighting while reading.
•        View reading order and language-tagged PDF documents.
•        Add and remove bookmarks in PDF documents.
•        Switch between PDF view and reflowable text view.
•        Read documents in the increasingly popular ePub format.
The app also has synchronized text highlighting to help you read along with the spoken text, a benefit for people with dyslexia and other reading difficulties.

 

ABBYY FineReader logo.ABBYY FineReader. for iOS and Android.
ABBYY FineReader is an optical character recognition (OCR) system. It is used to convert scanned documents, PDF documents, and image documents (including digital photos) into editable/searchable documents.
ABBYY FineReader 12 can automatically recognize and processes documents with any combination of 190 languages and provides full dictionary support for 48 languages.

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