Every blind / vision impaired individual with a smartphone or tablet should own this app - it makes organizing paper documents easy by saving the captured text to your device it's an excellent way to go paperless. The only two minor issues that prevent a 5-star rating are 1. It's tricky to capture document field if you have no vision at all and 2. If you happen to own both Android / iOS devices there's no way to download a single app on both devices without purchasing twice...
This app works very well, (if your phone's camera is up to the job(. I use KNFB reader on the Google Pixel, and my older Moto G3 2015. While KNFB runs well on the Moto G3, the Moto G3's camera is very average quality. You can get the Moto G3's camera to produce convertable quality captures, but lighting and focus need to be spot on. On the other hand, the Pixel's camera is very sharp, quick, and captures very readable shots most of the time. It always helps to be in a decently lit area with bright-enough lighting. It's very good on the Google Pixel.
Only installed this recently and was still getting used to it and thought it had a lot of potential but now for some reason it has stopped working
This app works excellently as intended. Note: place documents on a stand like the Fopydo or stand the document upright before scanning to get the best results. KNFB needs to mention this to users in the app description.
I just downloaded the app had a visitor from the blind gave me this idea about the app.
Great app, still indian languages should b included
- Minor bug fixes;
- Change to the demo mode system.
Read aloud and on screen web pages, PDF, DOC, TXT, EPUB and FB2 files and more.