Free Amazon Tools FAQ

The FreeAmazonTools is an Free Online OCR which can detect text in a variety of documents including financial reports, medical records, and tax forms. For documents with structured data, forms and tables.


FreeAmazonTools.com is based on the same proven, highly scalable, deep-learning technology that was developed by Amazon’s computer vision scientists to analyze billions of images and videos daily. You don't need any machine learning expertise to use it. FreeAmazonTools.com is always learning from new data, and we’re continually adding new features to the service.

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The FreeAmazonTools can detect and analyze text in single-page documents that are provided as images in JPEG or PNG format. The operations are synchronous and return results in near real time.

The FreeAmazonTools Amazon operations return the location and geometry of items found on a document page.

FreeAmazontools.com makes it easy to quickly and accurately extract data from documents and forms. FreeAmazontools.com automatically detects a document’s layout and the key elements on the page, understands the data relationships in any embedded forms or tables, and extracts everything with its context intact. This means you can instantly use the extracted data in an application or store it in a database without a lot of complicated code in between

FreeAmazontools.com enables you to process documents for $0 per 1MB size PDF documents and images. Whether you process a few hundred documents a year or millions, FreeAmazontools.com provides OCR and structured data extraction (forms and tables) at 0$.

FreeAmazontools.com preserves the composition of data stored in tables during extraction. This is helpful for documents that are largely composed of structured data, such as financial reports or medical records that have column names in the top row of the table followed by rows of individual entries.

All extracted data is returned with bounding box coordinates. The coordinates make up a polygon frame that encompasses each piece of identified data, such as a single word, a line, or a table. This is helpful for being able to audit where a word or number came from in the source document. It also helps to guide the user in document search systems that return scans of original documents as the search result.

When information is extracted from documents, FreeAmazontools.com returns a confidence score for everything it identifies so that you can make an informed decision about how you want to use the results.