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ABBYY Launches Lingvo Dictionaries 2.0 for iOS

ABBYY Launches Lingvo Dictionaries 2.0 for iOS

ABBYY today announces ABBYY Lingvo Dictionaries 2.0, a comprehensive dictionary application for iOS. ABBYY Lingvo Dictionaries 2.0 provides a single tool for accessing a vocabulary of many languages. It allows users to easily purchase, download and use high-quality mobile dictionaries while on the go. Based on ABBYY’s Mobile OCR Engine, the solution brings to market a new photo translation function that allows users to translate words by photographing them with the iPhone camera and more.

ABBYY Business Card Reader for iPhone Brings New Interface

ABBYY Business Card Reader for iPhone Brings New Interface

ABBYY Business Card Reader 4.5, the next version of the business card reading and contact managing application for the Apple iPhone offers a new interface for even easier and more enjoyable work with business contacts. Now to use contact data directly from a business card image in the CardHolder archive the iPhone users can simply tap the buttons designed for each action. The list of user-friendly search options in the CardHolder now includes a postal address and a city name.

ABBYY Expands Mobile OCR Utilities for the iPhone

ABBYY Expands Mobile OCR Utilities for the iPhone

ABBYY has expanded the popular series of ABBYY Mobile OCR Utilities for the Apple iPhone with the addition of two new applications,namely ABBYY TextGrabber and ABBYY StreetGrabber. New applications allow iPhone users to instantly extract text from various printed sources, capture postal addresses on-the-go and search them on the maps. Based on ABBYY’s own award-winning Optical Character Recognition technology, they deliver accurate and fast recognition of text and contact information.

ABBYY Launches Business Card Reader 4.0 for the iPhone

ABBYY Launches Business Card Reader 4.0 for the iPhone

ABBYY announced ABBYY Business Card Reader 4.0, a new version of its business card reading and contact managing application for the Apple(R) iPhone(R). The new version delivers a smart and searchable mobile archive for business cards and now reads Korean text. The app allows iPhone users to quickly upload, recognize and archive images of their business cards, and transfer selected contacts into their phone’s address book as needed.

ABBYY Launches New Mobile OCR Utilities for the iPhone

ABBYY Launches New Mobile OCR Utilities for the iPhone

ABBYY today announces ABBYY Mobile OCR Utilities, a new series of mobile mini-applications for the Apple iPhone. ABBYY LinkGrabber, ABBYY MailGrabber and ABBYY PhoneGrabber each capture one specific type of contact data, a link, an email address, or a phone number respectively, and transfer them from a magazine page, an ad, or a billboard directly to the iPhone for further use. These utilities help iPhone users to easily extract valuable information from a variety of printed materials.

ABBYY Lingvo Dictionaries Are Available in the Apple App Store

ABBYY Lingvo Dictionaries Are Available in the Apple App Store

ABBYY today announces Lingvo Dictionaries 1.1, a comprehensive dictionary application for Apple’s mobile devices. The product provides a single tool to access vocabulary of many languages, allowing users to easily purchase, download and use high-quality dictionaries on-the-go. ABBYY Lingvo Dictionaries offers quick and accurate on-device translation of words and phrases from English, German and Russian to 15 languages including popular European languages.

ABBYY BCR 3.0 for the iPhone Retrieves Contact Information from the Web

ABBYY BCR 3.0 for the iPhone Retrieves Contact Information from the Web

ABBYY announces its Business Card Reader 3.0 for the iPhone. Version 3.0 expands the basic functionality – capture of data from business cards and saving it to the mobile address book – with new features such as the ability to search information about new contacts across social networks. It simplifies work with the application by highlighting uncertain characters in the captured text, eliminating the need to visually check all the data.