IronOCR for .NET Core is a versatile OCR software that can be used for various projects, offering Tesseract OCR applications with full PDF support. It is compatible with Azure, Linux, Windows, and Mac, making it a flexible option for developers.
Iron OCR is great for reading scanned documents that were originally printed, making it ideal for indexing old paper content and working towards a paperless office environment. However, it may not work well with small snippets of unclear text and reading handwriting to text in C#. IronOCR is an OCR library that provides advanced OCR for C# and .NET, supporting different frameworks such as .Net Framework 2.0+, .Net Standard 2.0+, .Net Core 2.0+, .Net 5, Mono for MacOS or Linux, and Xamarin MacOS.
For those who need to convert scanned PDFs into text searchable PDFs, Iron OCR offers a solution. This technology allows scanning of files that can be used later, but since the image is scanned, it becomes a picture format that cannot be copied. With OCR, images can be converted into text to create editable and searchable data. This C# template enables users to quickly begin with a one-page playground. Add-on tools are available to convert scanned PDFs into OCR or text searchable PDFs using C#.
Version 2021.12.0: Released New product for OCR of PDF files in CSharp. https://ironsoftware.com/csharp/ocr/use-case/pdf-ocr-csharp/
Version 2021.6.0: Released New product for OCR of PDF files in CSharp. https://ironsoftware.com/csharp/ocr/use-case/pdf-ocr-csharp/