Developer: mkanda

Current Version: 2.2.0

Last Updated: 6 months ago

Download Size: 120.5 MB - Download


- OCRTOOLS can recognize the image files or clipboard images converts the text data by OCR technology.

- iTunes can not copy text from the description, it is ideal for converting to character data.

- Click "Open image" button to choose image (JPEG / TIFF / PNG / BMP / PDF / GIF) . Or the image file drag & drop to image view.

- If you want to recognize image into clipboard, then choose the file menu "From Clipboard".

- You can translate other language from OCR result.

- Recognizable / translate language has increased to 33+4 languages that listed below.

English / German / French / Italian / Dutch / Spanish /
Japanese / Simplified Chinese / Traditional Chinese / Korean / Vietnamese / Turkish / Ukrainian / Tagalog /
Swedish / Serbian / Slovenian / Slovak / Russian / Romanian / Portuguese / Polish / Norwegian /
Lithuanian / Latvian / Indonesian / Hungarian / Finnish / Greek / Danish / Czech / Catalan / Bulgarian
Arabic / Hindi / Thai / Hebrew


Release Notes:

- Update Translate service.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.6
Review by Paying my "Fair Share" already

So far so good - Doing marathon work on project this weekend. Needed to convert text from images to editable text. Bought this and BAMM!!- It worked. Drag image into field...wait a few seconds...and there appears the editable text. 5 bucks...problem solved. Considered giving it only 4 stars because 1) I'm sure I'll find something that they can improve on, and 2) it won't refill my coffee, but I'm feeling generous today.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
Version 1.2
Review by SpankTheUser

Not capable of handling anything other than basic text - If you want to OCR a perfect scan of a typewritten page, perhaps this application would do the job. But it is completely incapable of handling even a simple one column recipie layout. Although the price is low, the functionality supplied for that price isn't really enough to merit the $4.99 I spent. I wish I had it back to put toward more expensive software that would presumably work.

Found helpful by 6 out of 6 people