Topic: News & updates
FineReader PDF 15 Release 8: Scan with Mobile, Redact Using a Keyword List, and Improved Digital Signature Support
It has been about four months since the last update of ABBYY FineReader PDF 15 for Windows, and now we proudly present the next one. Meet Release 8—enhanced with new and improved features and, of course, bug fixes.
FineReader PDF 15 Release 7: New PDF editing function, command line capability, and licensing for RPA scenarios
Shortly before the winter holidays (which are, let’s be honest, going to be a bit weird this year – but still, it’s a New Year!), a new FineReader PDF 15 Release is ready for our users. We are glad we can deliver this as our little New Year’s present to you, which brings further improvements and new features that expand how to apply the software for document-related tasks and opens new ways FineReader PDF can be used.
Launch of ABBYY Community Forum
A few months ago we launched the ABBYY Global Products Community Forum. ABBYY offers a wide portfolio of products to help individuals and organizations achieve digital transformation. The forum is available to everyone—customers, partners, and prospects alike, to ask and answer questions relating to ABBYY products.
ABBYY FineReader PDF 15 Release 6: Split Documents, Get a Free PDF Viewer, Save to SharePoint Online, and More!
With the beginning of autumn, FineReader PDF 15 is getting another update, Release 6. We have continued to expand the solution’s PDF toolset and improve its usability. In addition, with this update, FineReader PDF now offers a free PDF Viewer for Windows! Viewing PDF files is the most common thing we do with them, and now it can be done with FineReader PDF by anyone.
Focusing on PDF: The latest update gives ABBYY FineReader PDF 15 a new name and expands its functionality
We are excited to announce that the new ABBYY FineReader PDF 15 is now available. The update significantly expands the solution’s capabilities that now enable the creation and editing of fillable PDF forms. We are also excited to announce that we gave our PDF software a new name, one that more closely encompasses the product’s powerful capabilities: ABBYY FineReader PDF.
Demystifying PDF for lawyers
As in most professional fields, PDF is the format of choice for digital documents in legal departments and law firms. However, the legal sector has some specific requirements regarding the work with this type of documents. With ABBYY FineReader you have a tool, which can handle the needs of your legal document tasks and additionally makes your paper documents digitally accessible.
Latest FineReader 15 updates: More capable, more accurate, and friendlier
At ABBYY, we always aspire to make FineReader better. Delivering new and improving existing functionality and fixing bugs is always our main priority, so we never stop. At the very end of Summer 2019, we launched brand new version of FineReader 15, and in November 2019 we already delivered its first update containing new and improved functionality, Release 3.
2019: That's a Wrap!
With the year 2019 almost over, it's a perfect time to reflect back on our biggest achievements of the last 12 months. We couldn’t have come as far as we have without your support, and we hope that this year has been as successful for you as it has been for us. Let's recap... The biggest milestone we achieved this year was launching FineReader 15 (for Windows) in August.
Introducing FineReader 15
The smarter PDF solution With the latest version of its universal PDF tool for Windows, ABBYY has packed in a host of enhancements to the PDF functionality, along with smoothly integrated AI-based OCR technology for more sophisticated document conversion and a brand new export option to compare documents.
PDF/UA – with focus on accessibility
Among all the variety of different existing variants of PDF, PDF/UA is definitely the one that shall become the most widespread. In a digital era, the Web became the major way to get around with many aspects of life, and people must do more and more interactions digitally. Such entities as state authorities, suppliers of services, banks, etc., publish an increasing number of documents on their websites.