Hi everyone! I'm the developer of Find, an app that lets you search text using your phone's camera. I've recently been working on accessibility and VoiceOver support. You can download the app on the App Store.
Find's main feature is to find text where you normally can't. This includes books, worksheets, instruction manuals, nutrition labels, pretty much anything. It's fast, accurate, and completely offline.
Besides text-finding, another feature that comes in handy is Lists. This lets you group words together to find simultaneously. For example, you can make a list of your allergies: "Peanuts," "Almonds," and "Cashews." When you use the list, Find will look for all 3 words at the same time, and let you know if it detects any results. This works great when shopping for groceries.
You can also find from your entire photo library! It's pretty fast and gets through around 100 photos per minute. In the latest update, I've also added a Transcript feature that generates text overlays. Just double-tap on any photo, and Find will place a rectangle above all detected sentences. Drag your finger over them to read it out loud.
Find is a free app with no in-app purchases, subscriptions, or ads. And because it's 100% offline, I don't collect any data (except for Apple's opt-in crash logs). I would like to hear any feedback you guys have! This is the first time I've published full VoiceOver support in my apps, so there is a lot to improve on.
Thanks for reading my monologue! Again, please let me know your thoughts!