- Support for macOS Sierra
- Enhanced OCR recognition
Ratings and Reviews
If for absolutely nothing else, it's good for copying website links from App Store descriptions because we still. can't. click. them. I'm sure it depends on the source resolution of the screenshot, like others, but it works great on my retina screen.
It works… but not well at all
The entire point of this app is to capture text accurately and allow you to paste it somewhere so as to avoid re-typing it. The app captures the text flawlessly, the problem is that it doesn’t translate it to editable text accurately. Not even close. Every single thing I captured with the app required more “fixing” than it was worth. The longer the text, the more fixing it requires. I’m a fast typist, so I really could have typed 3 paragraphs of text faster than I can edit all the errors Aristocrat made in the OCR process.
I give it one start because it launches and captures text, and one star because the dev is trying to provide a solution to a very real problem. Unfortunately it falls flat on its face.
Nice idea, but still needs work
For those who've tried this and don’t see the app when it’s running, just look at the top of the screen for the A icon in the system bar. Click on it or use the hot-key combination to capture the screen an/or copy. It seems to do that fine. My main complaint is the Text OCR is very inaccurate; at least it was on the PDF document I was trying to capture. I like the idea of this app but it needs work on the OCR accuracy.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.