Select Screen Region
Select any text on your screen by drawing a rectangle to start OCR detection*. Use it with web sites, PDFs, videos, and images. Basically anything that is text and is on your screen.
Let it float
See the scanned text in an overlay and let it read aloud from macOS.
Have all detected text in your clipboard ready to paste it into every text field.
Hold down the Command Key (⌘) to find the recognized text with your favorite search engine.
Don't Repeat Yourself
Your scanned texts are collected in a workflow list and can be restored to your clipboard.
Version 1.9 – Drag'n'Drop going full circle
Sep 13, 2022
You can now drag text from previews into any textfield or Finder.
Version 1.8 – “Sprechen Sie Deutsch?”
Sep 9, 2022
Finally a german localization was added.
Version 1.7.1 – Bug fixes. Really!
Aug 30, 2022
The phrase may be worn out, but it's really true. :)
Version 1.7 – Drop it like it's hot
Aug 22, 2022
You can now import supported images and PDF files and convert images from the clipboard directly into text.
Version 1.6.1 – Under the magnifying glass
Aug 18, 2022
The visualization of the capture action has been improved. You can now clearly see whether you will copy text to the clipboard or search for it in your browser.
Version 1.6 – LMGTFY!
Aug 16, 2022
Adds option to hold down Command (⌘) when capturing and to start searching the recognized text in any search engine.
1.5 – Let’s talk about Text!
Aug 9, 2022Adds a button to the overlay to let the scanned text read out aloud
1.4.1 – whereami
Aug 2, 2022
Fixes overlay position when more than one monitor is available
1.4 – WYSIWYG
Jul 28, 2022
Adds an overlay preview of the recognized text
1.3 – Attribution is everything
Jul 19, 2022
Some small bug fixes and a new button to see all used open-source libraries
1.2 – History is now a workflow
Jul 12, 2022
Scan text snippets one by one and then export them all at once!
1.1 – Someone gave me a history lesson
Jul 5, 2022
Adds a menu item to access recently captured text items
Jun 30, 2022