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Abbyy Fine Reader Online OCR: Extract Text From Images and PDF Files

Though there are several solutions for extracting text from an image file (for example you can use Google Docs, Microsoft OneNote, and free tools like GImage Reader, for that), Abbyy Fine Reader is one of the best and feature rich OCR (optical character recognition) software available today. Abbyy Fine Reader has launched an online OCR service with multi-lingual support.

Abbyy Fine Reader Online OCR has a variety of features including retention of original paragraphs, bullet points, tables, variety of input and output formats, multi-lingual support and much more.

 However, Abbyy Fine Reader Online OCR is not a free service, but you can recognize 3 pages for free and additional pages needs to purchase.

Interested readers can try the service at here (required registration)


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