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iCombiner is an indispensible tool when working with PDFs, images and scanned documents: it lets you easily merge the most popular image and document formats into a single PDF documents with just a drag and drop.

With iCombiner you can merge images and documents by dragging them from Finder onto iCombiner's dock icon, as well as directly in Finder with the brand-new Finder plugin.

iCombiner can merge the following file formats: PDF, TIFF, PNG, JPG, GIF, Postscript, EPS, Windows Bitmap, PSD, PICT, SGI and TGA.

iCombiner supports merging multi-page TIFF, PDF and Postscript files.

What's New

Version 1.5.0:
  • Smaller bug fixes

Requirements

Mac OS X 10.4 or later

*Previously available here

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MacBloke Member IconReview+9
MacBloke
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Indispensable! This app is the simplest option I've encountered for combining PDFs. Been using it for years, still works great in Mavericks. Bummer that it has been discontinued... I'd happily pay for a version 2.0, just to keep it alive.

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Version 1.5.0
Mac512k Member IconReview+1
Mac512k
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Works great on 10.6.8

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Version 1.5.0
jackshrack Member IconReview+1
jackshrack
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"Finally! Suffered 2 hours with preview"
Extremely Fast and Simple. Preview for this is extremely complicated. I couldn't figure it out. Drag and drop on top created more and more files instead of merging them. I had a very important pdf to send and preview was driving me crazy...thankfully I found this program..Thanks to the developer!
No hassle, no fuss, drag all your files, order them hit the button combine and you are done!
Luckily it was still available on cnet @ http://download.cnet.com/iCombiner/3000-2094_4-11383118.html

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Version 1.5.0
Lvdoc Member IconReview+535
Lvdoc
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I have to concur with others and lament the loss of this program. I also did a search to find it on another site, and I'm glad I did. I've tried several programs of this type, but this is the cleanest and easiest of the bunch. I hope the developer can make a comeback.

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Version 1.5.0
lemon-kun Member IconReview+254
lemon-kun
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Well, I don't know why this was discontinued, but it is a great app and it works very well under Lion.

So: you need to combine some pictures into a PDF, and they all have a different size and you don't want them to have all the white paper background you get when combining into a PDF using Preview??? – this is the app. Very nice feature is the combining from context menu, directly in the Finder. A pity this app isn't available here anymore, but you can still find it on CNET.

Any word from the developer? Is there a new, even better product? Any plans to make the app open source?

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Version 1.5.0
Cattus-Thraex Member IconReview+154
Cattus-Thraex
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Have just used to combine both PDFs and graphics files to merge into one PDF. Works fine, in Lion too. Seems more stable and faster than Combine PDFs when dealing with graphics files.
Worth having it: simple to use, fast, free.

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Version 1.5.0
Designer Member IconComment+91
Designer
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Great little app but I can't work out why it takes so long for the app to launch. Bounces at least 3 times in the dock before the app window appears - and that's on dual RAID SSD boot drive on a fresh Snow Leopard 10.6.5 install.

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Version 1.5.0
Y-Guy Member IconReview+163
Y-Guy
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Simple, but effective. No problems merging files, interface is easy to use and a few options to change without being overwhelming. Can't beat the price. The contextual option is a very nice plus too.

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Version 1.5.0
M-Rick Member IconReview+152
M-Rick
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PDF Lab does the same for free and even more since it allows to reorganize or delete pages in PDF files with multiple pages. And also to rotate pages.

http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/15818/pdflab

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Version 1.2
Deerskin
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PDFLab is very good, but it does not work with Snow Leopard.

BobbyKnox Member IconReview+5
BobbyKnox
+2

Simple and effective.

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Version 1.0
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Version 1.5.0
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Version 1.5.0
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Version 1.5.0
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Downloads 7,937
Version Downloads 3,342
License Free
Date 12 May 2010
Platform OS X / PPC 32 / Intel 32
Price Free