GlyphViewer is a desktop application that allows users to build translations from text in images and export them into different image formats or even HTML. Users can use OCR technology to identify text in images, such as English, German, Chinese, Arabic, Japanese, and many more. A unique feature of the application is its support for Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs.
Character Recognition is an Android app that allows the user to take a photo (or use existing image files on the device) and then apply the Tesseract OCR engine to extract the text in the photo. It is currently supporting English text, but other language support will be added in the future.
getxbook is a collection of tools to download books from websites. There are tools to download from Google Books' "book preview", Amazon's "look inside the book", and Barnes and Noble's "book viewer". There is an optional GUI written in Tcl/Tk, and some shell scripts using OCR to create plain text or searchable PDFs and DjVu files from the downloaded books.
Aspose.OCR for .NET is a character recognition component built to allow developers to add OCR functionality in their ASP .NET Web applications, Web services, and applications. It provides a simple set of classes for controlling character recognition tasks and supports BMP and TIFF.
MALODOS helps you to scan, store, and easily retrieve all your personal documents. Its storage format is open and documented, so your document archive can remain accessible even without MALODOS. The documents themselves are stored as standard PDF files, while their metadata (such as title, tags, and description) are stored into a separate SQLite database in an open format. With MALODOS, you can also manage existing files in PDF, JPEG, TIFF, and other formats, so you can still use the documents that you've already scanned. You can connect to any external OCR program to give access to a fulltext search feature.