Here comes the new year 2017! Cisdem, the developer of innovative and high-efficient Mac software, has recently released Cisdem OCRWizard 4.2.0 for Mac. It's a comprehensive Mac OCR productivity tool to convert PDFs, scanned documents and image files (including the pictures of business cards) in over 40 languages into searchable and editable files. Now, 30% Off New Year Discount is offered.
"OCR (Optical Character Recognition) is an efficient method of digitizing printed texts so that they can be electronically edited, searched, displayed on-line and shared", said David Cai, the General Manager of Cisdem, "With Cisdem OCRWizard, users can just import scanned business cards or other PDF and image files received in their new year gatherings and all the information of the files can be edited and reused instantly. No more tedious retyping work from this New Year on!!!"
The version 4.2.0 brings some image editing functions: straighten curved text, remove motion blur, reduce ISO noise, equalize brightness and make the background white, etc. Users can manually edit the images before recognition.
The accuracy of recognition for pictures of business cards has been greatly improved in this new version. The detailed contact information can be correctly shown and easily updated or shared.
Add support for OS X 10.9 in this update. Now, Cisdem OCRWizard is fully compatible with OS X 10.9 Mavericks, OS X 10.10 Yosemite, OS X 10.11 El Capitan and macOS 10.12 Sierra.
The promotion will start on Dec. 30th, 2016, PST. and ends on Jan. 10th, 2017, PST. Users can get a single license of Cisdem OCRWizard 4.2 for Mac at $41.99 (Reg. Price $59.99) with Coupon Code "CISDEMOW". Besides, volume business and education discount is also available. Please download the free trial version or learn more in https://www.cisdem.com/ocr-wizard-mac.html.
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