ABBYY Mobile Imaging SDK II - Specifications


ABBYY Mobile Imaging SDK's II application programming interface (API) is created in accordance with generally accepted development standards for the Android and iOS platforms and can be easily used in Java, Objective C and Swift. The API allows developing mobile applications in the Android Studio and XCode developing environments.

Device Requirements

Operating Systems

ABBYY Mobile Imaging SDK II is a cross-platform technology and supports the following operating systems:

  • Android 4.4 and later for ARMv7 and ARMv8 processors
  • iOS 10.X and later


  • CPU: multicore (4-8 cores) processor (1,2 GHz for core and higher)
  • Battery: 1800 mAh


  • RAM: Exact memory requirements vary depending on the specific processing tasks. The automated image capture process requires:
    • for Android:
      • max. 90 MB RAM for 1 processing thread
      • max. 120 MB RAM for 4 processing threads
    • for iOS:
      • max. 110 MB RAM for 1 thread
      • max. 160 MB RAM for 4 threads
  • ROM: When integrated, the ABBYY Mobile Imaging SDK II library increases the memory requirements of your app by following size:
    • Android:
      • .APK file - 3.1 MB
      • installed application – 10.35 MB
    • iOS:
      • .IPA file - 2.1 MB
      • installed application - 8.75 MB


  • HD preview: the generally recommended frame size is 1920*1080, but it can vary depending on the scenario and processing speed
  • Autofocus lens

Supported Image Formats

Input: ABBYY Mobile Imaging SDK II opens images in native image format of the particular platform:

  • Android: HBITMAP
  • iOS: UIImage

Output: ABBYY Mobile Imaging SDK II is capable to export documents to the following image-only formats:

  • Android:
    • PNG, JPEG, image-only PDF, WEBP
  • iOS:
    • PNG, JPEG, JPEG2000, image-only PDF


The API of ABBYY Mobile Imaging SDK II is not compatible with the ABBYY Mobile Imaging SDK 1.0

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