Is it just me, or for OCR and file management, is Prismo far superior to KNFB Reader? Let me share my experience. In my education class, I got a document as a picture taken from another student's phone. Since I paid $100 for KNFB reader, I figured that its file management and OCR capabilities must match the price, so I copied the picture to KNFB reader. I got a well recognized document, but I wanted to copy it to iCloud drive so I could transfer it from my Mac to my apex and refer to it next week in class in Braille. I happily shared it to dropbox, and assumed that I was done. I was a little annoyed that I could not use iCloud drive directly, but hey, no big deal. That was a nice theory, until I opened dropbox only to find that KNFB reader only saves its documents as KNFB reader files.
I performed the same operation with Prismo, for which I paid significantly less money. I saved all three pages to iCloud drive, as a text document, (no need to mess with unnecessary dropbox), and will put it directly on my Apex with a thumb drive.
KNFB reader may be great if you want to read a document on the spot, or even retrieve the content on your phone later, but it offers no capability to share it with anyone who cannot read KNFB files. So if you want to use it on your Mac, on a notetaker, on a PC, or to give it to someone else to work with, KNFB reader offers no tools for making thi sharing possible. Please tell me that I am wrong. I would like to learn that I made an error, and did not pay $100 for an app with extremely limited capabilities.