KNFB Reader on mobile devices has proven itself to be one of the most reliable and convenient ways of reading printed text. With a easy to use user interface specifically designed for use by the visually impaired and fast document processing, the promise of truely useful Optical Character Recognition was finally delivered.
Now, KNFB Reader has come to Windows 10 but with Windows 10s shaky start when it comes to accessibility can KNFB Reader stand proud with it’s iOS and Android cousins? Lets find out.
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