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Mac-based PDFpen swaps OCR engines

30 Sep 2009 | | One Comment

PCWorld.com report that if you’re a user of the application PDFpen, then you’ll be delighted with SmileOnMyMac Software‘s latest release. Version 4.5 of PDFpen has replaced Tesseract’s open-source OCR engine with Nuance’s OmniPageOCR engine.

SmileOneMyMac says that PDFpen is used to:

“Edit PDFs easily with PDFpen! Add text, images and signatures. Make corrections. Fill out PDF forms. Merge, delete and reorder pages.”

This update is free for registered users — it lets Snow Leonard users scan directly in PDFpen. For those who don’t yet own the application, you can pick up a standard copy for $50 or a Pro version for $100.

Visit the PDFpen website to download a trial or check out more information.

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