Jun
12
2012

ABBYY FineReader Express Edition for Mac Free

 

ABBYY FineReader Express Edition for Mac Free

ABBYY FineReader Express Edition for Mac is a highly accurate and easy-to-use multi-lingual OCR application designed specifically for Mac users. Based on ABBYY’s intelligent document recognition technologies, FineReader Express for Mac quickly turns any scanned paper document, PDF files and digital camera images into editable and searchable formats while keeping the original layout and formatting in tact. FineReader Express for Mac comes with four pre-defined QuickTasks for the most common document conversion procedures, including “Convert to text document”, “Convert to spreadsheet document”, “Convert to HTML document” and “Convert to searchable PDF”. QuickTasks allows documents to be opened, recognized and saved in a specified format with just a single click of the mouse. FineReader Express for Mac reads multilingual documents with great accuracy. The product supports 171 recognition languages and 36 languages with dictionary support to provide the best possible conversion results. FineReader Express for Mac is also the first OCR featuring the state-of-the-art CameraOCR that converts documents captured with a digital camera. Now you can go beyond the capabilities offered by traditional scanning devices, like capturing text from large posters, banners and timetables on the street, or capture pages from thick, bound documents such as books, which are typically hard to scan. Express for Mac has an intuitive, easy-to-use interface that makes working with the software simple, convenient and efficient–regardless of the tasks performed.

What’s new in this version: Enhanced recognition accuracy; Convert image and PDF documents; Camera OCR; New user interface; Recognizes up to 171 languages; Section 508 support

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+Rijad Haxha

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