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Testing Two iPhone Scanning Apps

November 18th, 2010 11:15 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

In the course of researching a book, I’ve been using my iPhone as sort of a “record keeping” device for a while now, uploading items to Evernote and, more frequently, storing images of text for later perusal. What I would love, though, is a real OCR app. I’ve tried a few of the simpler OCR apps available on the iTunes store but I was recently introduced to SayWhat and Scanner Pro, two apps that perform two very different functions. SayWhat is a (purported) OCR and translation system while Scanner Pro is a fully-formed (but not OCR-capable) page scanning solution.

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