Two scanning programs have been upgraded (at last) for apply with Snow Leopard. Creaceed's Prizmo can currently work with usual scanners in addition to digital cameras. Initially released last April, Prizmo's major selling-point was its capability to scan documents by your camera; the software corrected imaging troubles inherent in with a handheld camera instead of a flatbed scanner. Version 1.1 added Optical Character Recognition (OCR), so it can "read" scanned documents (in 10 unusual languages) as well as save the text (as a PDF, RTF, or plain text file).
Version 1.2 adds to those capacity by accepting input from usual scanners (taking benefit of Snow Leopard's superior scanner support), Also to cameras as well as photo files.
Prizmo 1.2 is a free of charge update for registered users. For fresh users, it costs $40; a trial version with not time restrictions is also accessible (although it adds a watermark to JPG, PNG as well as TIFF files).
Meanwhile, Fujitsu has liberated Snow Leopard Updates for four of the most well-liked models in its ScanSnap line: the S1500M, S300M, S510M, as well as S500M. Before, while the ScanSnap scanners would work with Snow Leopard, a number of features (for example one-button scanning) weren't completely supported; currently they are.