Phone numbers: Missed the first six numbers of the work phone, but got the cell phone fine.
E-mail: Got it.
Address: Didn't input the address at all, so didn't register the text at a sideways orientation.
Name and title: Incorrect spelling of first and last name.
Phone numbers: Looks OK, but uses a comma to separate out work extension.
E-mail: Almost OK, but botches the ".ca" as ".c.ae" instead.
Address: Not captured.
The ABBYY app seems to be better at recognizing information on the first attempt with the fewest errors. But WorldCard offers more options to quickly fix things when something goes wrong. Both apps will save you time when inputting contact information to your phone, so worth the download.
In the App Store, WorldCard is available for $5.99 and ABBYY is $4.99.
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