Some bad news: per this reddit discussion (and we received the same email that this person did), it looks like Google are going to force us to remove Screen Reader (but not Screen OCR) from the Play version of our Android app. We've written them to appeal that decision, but assuming they stand pat, we'll have no choice but to release an update in a few weeks removing Screen Reader from our Play app. We will, however, continue offering Screen Reader in versions of Pleco downloaded outside of Google Play, and will shortly post instructions on our website for how to migrate from the Google Play version to a version downloaded directly from us without losing data. We're also accelerating our efforts to get our revamped OCR engine out to you ASAP, to improve the performance of Screen OCR to a point where it hopefully comes closer to Screen Reader in accuracy than it does now. (though of course they could always turn around tomorrow and decide to ban that too, in which case we'd probably add an "OCR Last Screenshot" command like we have on iOS to at least give you something approximating that workflow) In the meantime, if you're unhappy with this decision (and all of the interesting Android apps it'll squash) we'd strongly recommend that you contact Google and tell them about it; if enough users speak up it's still possible they might change their minds, Android will be a lot poorer as a platform if developers no longer have access to this part of the OS.