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iFax is a powerful, full-featured fax platform.

Quick and Simple Wizard. With just a few taps you can create and send a beautiful, customized fax to anywhere, from anywhere, anytime.

Your Logo and Signature. Incorporate your company logo on to the fax cover page for that professional look and then add digital signature for that personal touch.

Cover Page Templates. Choose from a variety of themed cover pages including Classic, Modern, Urban, Minimal, Funky and Casual styles. Cover page is optional.

Incoming Fax Magic. Choose a local more...

What's New

Version 1.7.1:
  • Allow to select and add multiple files(PDF and images) in document page.
  • Bugs fixing and lots of improvements.


  • OS X 10.7 or later

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Osos10 Member IconComment+139

Tnx Macolyte for the tip below - regrettably the developer forgot to mention that pinch in the above description.

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Version 1.4
Jimw Member IconComment+453

For the few faxes I send and receive, I still am a proponent of buying a USB Modem (~$30) and using the built in OSX Fax software. It has paid for itself many times over. For those that have not kept their landline (will probably not work over cell phones or VOIP) that is a BIG mistake as it is the only service that has been proven generally reliable in times of disasters, such as earthquakes, or weather related instances.

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Version 1.4

I Totally Agree. If you have a large number of faxes to send each month and if you have a large number of faxes to receive each month, you can save an enormous amount of money by using a landline and:
1. A USB Modem with OSX Fax software (or if you are lucky like me, PageSender Fax Center)
2. An Epson All-in-One Fax-Scanner-Printer - which can receive faxes and send faxes with OSX's Printer-Scanner Drivers.

iFax, however, may do in a pinch if you are traveling and need to only send a few faxes.


To Psychiatry: Thanks for the support. Unfortuately, Pagesender development has been discontinued around a year ago.. When that happened I uninstalled it and switched over to the more limited OSK Fax software. Pagesender was a great product and I was sorry to lose it. However, given potential compatibility issues when using the latest version of OSX I reluctantly had to choose full compatibility over its outstanding features in order to avoid future issues. If Smile software ever decides to bring it back, I hope I will be first in line to buy an update for it.

Justincase Member IconReview+11

Very happy. Pricing is not bad compared to others I've looked at.

Easy to use. No separate sign on for payment (is paid through Apple). I had security concerns with other companies.

So far very happy.

Only item that could be better would be the successful confirmation page. A little more like a fax machine printable confirmation would be great. Also I didn't see syncing between my iPad and Mac machines for the sent items or cover page.

Overall I'm very happy.

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Version 1.4
Macolyte Member IconComment+55

The app is free. Sending and receiving are both charged to your Mac account.

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Version 1.0
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Downloads 2,888
Version Downloads 83
License Demo
Date 19 Jul 2014
Platform Intel 64 / OS X
Price $0.99