Scan, recognize and convert handwritten notes into digital text that can be edited, searched in and stored on any device or cloud service.
Any handwritten notes, such as letters, school notes, diaries, meeting minutes, grocery lists, recipes etc. can now be scanned by your mobile device and be converted, by our handwriting recognition engine, into text, available for use in any digital platform.
Our unique handwriting OCR (Optical character recognition) engine extracts handwritten texts from scanned document and turns it into digital editable text.
Upgrade to our premium plans, offered as In-App Purchases, to export your extracted text to other platforms or share it with other people.
Upgrading to our premium plans, offered as In-App Purchases, will open up the options to save the text to files, copy it, email it (to yourself or to others), add to Notes, share on messaging apps available on your device such as : Message, WhatsApp, Hangout, WeChat, Messenger, Telegram or any other messaging app on your device. You can then use it in any word processor like Microsoft Word, Google Docs and similar, or export it to a note organizing app like Docs To Go, Polaris office, OfficeSuite, WPS office and similar, or export it to a note organizer app like Evernote, OneNote, Google Keep, Notes, ColorNote, Clevnotes and similar.
Our premium plan allow the full use of the app. The payment is required only after you had a chance to try the app and see for yourself the quality of results it can provide in converting handwriting to text.
Although Digital text is easier to edit, search and store, handwriting is still commonly used, since it’s fast, easy and accessible. Pen to Print’s handwriting recognition is a great solution for those who still like the feel of pen on paper, but want to enjoy the benefits of digital. It is easy to use, fast and affordable.
The success of the handwriting recognition relates directly to the quality of your scan. For best results scan your document in a well lighted area, make sure the paper is straightened and not folded or skewed. If unsuccessful, just try scanning again, it might make all the difference.
A great improvement in our handwriting recognition system and a better experience in converting handwritten notes into text.