iText could recognize and translate text from any image.
It's so easy to take image.
- Use iText's built-in tool to capture any screen.
- Drag an image to iText's icon in menu bar.
- Select an image file.
- Auto merge text when continuously recognize.
The recognition result is very accurate.
- Powered by Google online OCR service, support 50+ languages.
- Auto detect paragraphs, optimize layout.
- Could preview the original picture for easy proofing.
Auto translate the recognition result.
- Powered by Google Translate service, support 100+ languages.
Simple and efficient:
- No Dock needed, only exists in the menu bar.
- Support a variety of shortcuts, easy to operate.
You can recognize 20 images for free each month, or subscribe iText Pro to unlimitedly recognize. The subscription will be auto-renew which can be stopped 1 day before the end of the current period.
Learn more: https://en.toolinbox.net/iText/
If you feel that iText saves time for you, welcome to leave a review. Any problem or suggestion, feel free to contact us at iToolinbox@gmail.com
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* The image will be uploaded to Google's server to recognize.
- Support Mojave Dark Mode.
- Could auto hide recognition result.
Ratings and Reviews
Wonderful ORC Product!
Conclusion: Recognition is good in general but need tiny adjustment. Handwriting recognition should be improved.
To be frank, I’m a loyal user of Mr. Zheng’s product family. And this new product “iText" really amaze me.
To back it firmly, I did some test. From easy to hard are word typed in onenote, image from google image and handwriting in onenote.
It performs English recognition outstandingly. I just tried using it in my onenote notes, with Helvetica Neue as well as times new roman. the result is good but it could be better. quite often the app mis-recognized the case of the word like “Modeling a project” to “MOdeling a project”. Besides, it fails to recognize return symbol “\n” and space symbol.
As for image recognition, that’s perfect, except you have to do some little revise manually. And the “little” is really “little” within human’s scale lol.
However, when it comes to handwriting recognition, the test result is far from satisifying… It even recognized some symbols as Chinese characters, that’s funny. But I still can see its potentiality.
Anyway, it is still a good app, as before, as always.
Developer Response ,
Hi, glad to know you like iText :)
To be honest, the recognition work is done by Google. iText mainly work on optimizing the result from Google, e.g., remove extra space, capitalize the first letter, etc. And you're right, Google's handwriting ability isn't that good now.
Tiny powerful OCR
I use it to scan about 50 images per day that consist of random characters. The images are the result of photos taken to equipment serial numbers and other IDs.
If the stickers are clean it works perfectly, and sometimes it is powerful enough to recognize not so perfect images. It even recognizes upside down labels.
Very impressive app. The accuracy and format are the best I have used so far! A few sugestions to make it better:
"曰" is often converted to "日”
"濈"is always converted to "谶"
"干" is often convereted to "千"
"入"is converted to "人" mostly. They are truly hard to differentiate
Developer Response ,
Glad to know iText is helpful for you.
Get your comments. As you said, they're truly hard to differentiate. 😂
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.