ABBYY adds Chinese, Japanese and Korean OCR to their MobileToolkit SDK

From the press release:

ABBYY®, a leading provider of document recognition, data capture and language software, today announced the availability of its Mobile OCR Engine 4.0, a new version of the award-winning software development kit (SDK) for creating small footprint optical character recognition (OCR) applications. The key enhancement of the SDK is its new robust technology to support Chinese, Japanese, and Korean OCR developed by ABBYY specialists. Now covering 62 recognition languages, including both European and Asian languages, and a wide variety of operating systems such as Symbian™, iPhone®, Mac OS®, Android™, Linux®, Mobile Linux (Moblin™), Windows®, and Windows Mobile®, this SDK is the ideal technology platform for developers building applications for the global marketplace.

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