Combine PDFs and image files

runs on Mac
screenshot of iCombiner

One of the better ways of coping with our complicated world is to try to simplify things. If you can take the complex, the complicated, and make it all more simple, you at least stand a fighting chance of getting through the day in one piece. And what is more complicated that a pile of odds and ends of files on your computer?

iCombiner is a tool that lets you make sense out of your PDFs and image files. It allows you to combine PDFs, images, or PDFs and images. This is going to be handy when you need to merge a couple of PDF documents, or if you want to add some more images to that PDF you've been working on, or if you want to combine a bunch of images into one great big PDF, maybe so you can send your vacation pictures off to a friend. It's easy to pick the files you want to work on, since you can just drag and drop them into the application. Or if you really want to streamline things, you can install the Context Menu plugin so that you can right-click items directly in Finder to get the job done.

iCombiner is a free download. It's a Mac application and is right at home on OS X 10.5 (Leopard) and later.

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One Response to “Combine PDFs and image files”

  1. Lance says:

    This has been discontinued.

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