- Auto-filling login and password fields for stored accounts
- Detecting and saving new credentials
- Password generation. You can define strength and custom parameters.
- One-button manual copy and paste for password and login.
- PII storage
- Auto-removing copied passwords and PII from cache to exclude accidental insertion
- Add-ins for IE, FF, Chrome
- Password strength review – you can see whether the account has a strong password
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Monday, July 12, 2010
Do you travel a lot?
On my honeymoon in Roma I've been beta-testing one interesting application - ABBYY FotoTranslate. You install it on your phone, then, walking somewhere in the city, see some inscription you need to translate. Take a picture of it on your phone's camera.
Guess what happens next? FotoTranslate recognizes the text and translate it. Solution for lazy people - but who's not lazy ))
Advice: best results with good camera, horisontal text, on contrasting background.
The application supports 8 popular European languages (English, French, German, Italian, Polish, Russian, Spanish and Ukrainian) and translates words in 30 directions in total.
Tuesday, July 06, 2010
It's simple. You take a photo of business card - and within a second it's in your contacts. All fields recognised. Nice time-saver for a given price.
Becides, I've tried it on my phone - it looks cool and always raise interest around. ;)
The application automatically transfers contact data (names, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, etc.) from business cards directly to the iPhone address book by using the device’s camera and its own text recognition technology.
The program also transfers a postal code, city and country to the designated fields of the address book making the data suitable for further use in search applications and other contact management systems. With the newly added support for Greek, Business Card Reader processes text in 17 languages including multilingual business cards.
Key Features and Benefits
- No additional equipment required. All you need is an iPhone with a built-in camera, such as the iPhone 3GS or iPhone 3G with close-up lens.
- Fast and easy way to add new contacts. All contact information from a business card can be captured in three simple steps.
- High quality data capture and processing. The application uses ABBYY’s award-winning Mobile OCR technology, which quickly and accurately “reads” printed text on images captured with a mobile camera.
- Automatic detection of different data types on business cards. The application intelligently locates different types of contact information on a business card, such as Name, Company/Organization, Job Title, Telephone Numbers (Office, Mobile, Fax), E-mail, and Website.
- Easy-to-use intuitive interface allows you to start using the application right away.
Thursday, June 03, 2010
This application is for mobile and consists of 12 excersizes. Some of them locket at the beginning and opens as you make progress. Here is video that shows how it looks.
I imagine I did not impress you (when my friend said that al his family plays it now I was not impressed) - but try it.
You can find this game on site SPB.com or check mobile store from your phone, they might have better price.
My today's Brain Power is 865, not brillian but not bad =) Beat me
Wednesday, April 15, 2009
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Sunday, April 05, 2009
ABBYY’s OCR technology automatically transforms images of text and documents captured with a camera into editable and searchable text, eliminating the need to input information manually. For example, using a camera phone with an OCR application, business cards, clippings from magazines, books, receipts, ads and other documents can be captured and automatically converted into text, which may then be edited, stored or sent via email or SMS. It can also be used in other mobile and PC applications including notepads, calendars and so on.
“iPhone’s developer community has been growing very rapidly and there are tens of thousands of applications available for this platform worldwide today,” said Katya Solntseva, director of mobile products department at ABBYY. “In order to be competitive, application developers need new, unique features which are truly useful for a broad audience. With ABBYY’s Mobile OCR Engine SDK, developers can create solutions ranging from simple business card reading applications that automatically store the contact information on the mobile phone’s address book, to more complex business tools which support integration with various enterprise solutions such as CRM or ECM. The possibilities for mobile solutions are endless.”
Moreover, because the ABBYY Mobile OCR SDK supports many popular mobile platforms, including Windows® Mobile, Symbian®, Linux®, Android and now iPhone, developers will benefit from using the same OCR technology to create high quality applications for a variety of platforms and devices. This minimizes the developers’ dilemma to use SDKs from different providers for different platforms.
ABBYY Mobile OCR Engine 3.0 was designed with the needs of mobile solution providers in mind, combining strong platform support with powerful technology innovations to optimize software performance and accuracy, while minimizing its footprint on hardware resources. The SDK provides powerful recognition capabilities including intelligent analysis algorithm to ensure accurate and fast OCR processing, advanced capabilities to reproduce the structure of original text and a range of image pre-processing features such as skew correction and image binarization.
ABBYY Mobile OCR SDK recognizes text in 58 languages including Latin, Cyrillic and Greek characters, enabling creation of multilingual solutions. In addition, integrated business card reader dictionaries for 16 languages and their business card formats are also available as part of the SDK.
ABBYY Mobile OCR Engine was recently awarded the Silver Mobile Star from MobileVillage® for the Best Enterprise Software: Data Capture/Collection.
Source: official site