TextGrabber 6 – Real-Time OCR

TextGrabber 6 – Real-Time OCR

By ABBYY

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2011-06-02
  • Current Version: 6.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 88.65 MB
  • Developer: ABBYY
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 2,192 App Reviews)
  • Price:
    $4.99
TextGrabber 6 – Real-Time OCR App Ratings: 4
4
Based on 2,192 App Reviews

TextGrabber 6 – Real-Time OCR App Details

ABBYY TextGrabber easily and quickly digitizes fragments of printed text, reads QR codes and turnes the recognized result into actions: call, write, translate into 100+ languages, search in the Internet or on maps, create events on the calendar, edit, voice and share in any convenient way. When you point a camera at printed text, TextGrabber instantly captures information and recognizes it without connecting to the Internet. A unique real-time recognition mode extracts information in 60+ languages not only from documents, but from any surfaces. Translation is available as a separate in-app purchase. ***** Winner of SUPERSTAR Award in the "Mobile Productivity App", "Mobile Image Capture App" and “Text Input” categories in Mobile Star Awards ------------------------ “TextGrabber is probably the best app which adds another function to your iPhone: a scanner”- The Irish Times “The results get delivered relatively fast, which is great. A must have for students” - appadvice.com “The Best Image-to-Text App for iPhone” - lifehacker.com ------------------------ KEY FEATURES: • Innovative Real-Time Recognition mode based on ABBYY RTR SDK technology will digitize printed text directly on the camera screen without taking photographs. • Text recognition in 60+ languages, including Russian, English, German, Spanish, Greek, Turkish, Chinese and Korean, without an Internet connection. • All links, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, postal addresses and dates after digitization become clickable: you can click on the link, phone, write email, find the address on the maps or add an event to the calendar. • Full-text translation into 100+ languages (Internet connection is required, separate in-app purchase). • QR code reader. • Powerful text-to-speech capability with the VoiceOver system feature. • Adjustable font sizes and audio prompts to assist visually impaired people: you can increase the font size and use sound prompts to interface elements. • Share the results to any app installed on the device via the system menu. • All extracted text is automatically backed up and can be easily found in the “History” folder ------------------------ With ABBYY TextGrabber you can save and translate any printed text you need with a tap of your screen: • Texts from TV screen or smartphone • Receipts • Labels and counters • Travel documents • Magazine articles and book fragments • Manuals and instructions • Recipe ingredients, etc. ------------------------ OCR HINT: Please select the appropriate language (up to three at a time) before recognition ------------------------ Twitter: @ABBYY_Mobile Facebook: fb.com/AbbyyMobile VK: vk.com/abbyylingvo YouTube: youtube.com/c/AbbyyMobile ----------------------- ABBYY TEXTGRABBER IS THE FASTEST WAY TO DIGITIZE, TRANSLATE AND ACTION ANY PRINTED INFORMATION! Please leave a review if you like ABBYY TextGrabber . Thank you!

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App Reviews

  • Love it

    5
    By WacPax
    Great app
  • Excellent app.

    5
    By ademarzio
    Works as expected.
  • Great app

    4
    By John615
    This is a wonderful app! The only thing that would help a bunch would be an Action Extension so I could send images directly to it rather than saving them, opening the app, and then pulling them in. An extensive URL scheme would also be fantastic, but that would just be for the advanced users. Thank you!
  • Works well enough

    4
    By NGD14
    The app is good, but has trouble sometimes recognizing the characters. I.e., mistaking ‘F’ for ‘P’ and other simple swaps. Characters will sometimes be mistaken for punctuation marks and split into random strings such as “/-:.,”. It works well enough for anyone to get it, despite its issues.
  • Convenient for Kindle pdfs that don’t support cut and paste

    5
    By Speartooth
    I save quotes of my reading. When cut and paste does not work I instead take a screen shot, open this utility, open most recent photo, OCR then cut and paste.
  • Awesome app!!!

    5
    By TheQueb
    Does everything I need and more
  • Great App but not for Type-written Pages

    5
    By TRibbons
    The main reason I got Text Grabber was to transfer courier-font typewritten pages to editable text. Although it performed the best out of all the apps I’ve tried so far, it’s accuracy for my needs is still sporadic and incomplete. For everything but what I needed, this app is excellent.
  • TextGrabber

    1
    By Qfhuggjgg
    This app doesn’t have any Philippine languages. They don’t tell you this before you purchase it. Then you are stuck paying for money for something you can’t use.
  • Outstanding app!

    5
    By RonBSenior
    Outstanding app! Supremely simple and straightforward to use; OCR accuracy is essentially 100%; and English to Spanish translation is also outstanding. I would, however, being able to have the app intelligently recognize multiple column (like newspapers and magazines) articles, and thereby recognize the text per column instead of recognizing the article strictly from top to bottom disregarding the columns—which products unusable gibberish. Additionally, it would be nice to be able to scan mute-pages in one session by appending successive pages to the initial page scanned. My extra desires aside, however, this TextGrabber version earns my 5-Star rating!
  • 95% of the time it doesn’t work.

    1
    By ;45/3)
    I’m in Korea and trying to read package labels in grocery stores and public signs explaining a statue or tourist site. The app usually says it can’t identify the language and stops there. Or, it will let me know it’s having trouble and ask if I want to continue. I click yes and I just get gibberish. It’s a great idea if it would work.

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