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Adobe has been touting its Scan app. I installed it on my iPhone today after weeks of seeing an ad for it each time I open Acrobat on my Win 7 laptop.
From what I can tell it doesn't do much better in scanning & OCRing than apps like scanner pro which have been around for a while but may be marginally better.
Compare the Adobe Scan OCR:
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with the Scanner Pro OCR:
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