As we know it, macOS's VoiceOver is a great tool, but not all applications can be simply read by it. Some software is not made up of standard macOS UI elements, so VoiceOver can't read any text from it. Therefore I made this app using OCR to identify texts on the screen and point your mouse to it.
This app can take a screenshot of the whole screen or the top window, and send it to the OCR service you choose. It will generate a text grid from the server reply so you can use the keyboard to navigate between items. When you found something you need, simply use a hotkey to click or right-click on it.
And here are some codes you can use to get a one-month free trial. If you find this app is useful, please consider posting it to the App Directory.
It's still on an early stage of development, if you have any questions, you can send me an email through the "contact developer" button in the about panel.
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Why I made this app
One day, a user from my other app sent me an email writing about the app's accessibility. After some talk, he said as a visually-impaired person and music maker, there are so many apps he can't use with voiceover. He asked me if I can make an app using OCR to recognize the text from these apps. He had already asked many other developers about that, and no one was able to help him. Because develop a Mac app is just so tricky, and it might be very difficult to make an app like this to go through the AppStore review. After some try, I think this might be possible, so I made this app.
This app can only read English and Chinese for now. Text in other languages will be read as English. I'm trying to solve this.