iNMR
iNMR
6.3.0

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iNMR free download for Mac

iNMR

6.3.0
12 September 2019

Process and visualize Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectra.

Overview

iNMR enables you to process and visualize Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectra.

Have you been longing for an NMR software as stylish as the iMac, as intuitive as the iPod, as resourceful as iLife, and as cheap as iWork? Fast, interactive, and perfectly integrated with OS X? Look no further. iNMR is the only NMR software written expressly for OS X. While others say: 'running on' we say: 'written for'. What a difference two words make!

What's new in iNMR

Version 6.3.0:
  • Mac version recompiled with XCode 10 and tuned for Mojave

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4 iNMR Reviews

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pcharles
23 September 2008

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What kind of company quotes 30 Euro for an application and then tells you "Oh! There is also a 20 euro handling fee?" Just be honest and charge for the application instead of lying to your customers.
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Version 2.6.3
Cgc
25 May 2013
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Version 5.2.8
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Janichsan
Janichsan
03 September 2013
And what exactly is this "review" supposed to convey? That the program left you speechless?
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anonymous-snipe-117
28 December 2009
As an organic synthetic chemist, I find this tool extremely useful in my day to day work simply viewing NMRs. It provides a great price / feature ratio. The iNMR reader is a steal at a total cost of ~ 50 Euros, and the full version is worth the price for what it does. I love how quickly I can do line-listings in JACS format for H and CNMRs and how easy it is to process different spectrometer formats (Varian/ Bruker) (it's like the program doesnt even notice). In comparison to programs like Mestre's MNova, I think this is a slightly better program for mac users, as it really goes with the whole Apple Look and feel. The interface is simply nicer to use than MNova in my opinion. Aside from this competitor however, nothing else comes close for ease of use on the Mac. If you're on the mac and an organic chemist, do yourself a favor and grab a demo copy at least.
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Version 3.3.9
pcharles
23 September 2008
What kind of company quotes 30 Euro for an application and then tells you "Oh! There is also a 20 euro handling fee?" Just be honest and charge for the application instead of lying to your customers.
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Version 2.6.3
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Giubal
Giubal
14 November 2008
PCharles, who has written the previous review, doesn't know what he's writing about. iNMR reader is a product for Universities. When they order, they seldom buy spare copies; they order, for exmple, packages of five, ten or twenty copies (or whichever figure). A package of ten copies costs (30 x 10) + 20 = 320 euro, which means a mere 32 euro per copy. Consider that it's not shareware, it's an industrial product. Each sale is invoiced, registered, taxed, etc.. each transaction has a cost. Sometimes they pay after months (and maybe the letter of a lawyer). It's perfectly regular that the company discourages the smallest orders or, at least, tries not to lose money with them. The price scheme of iNMR reader allows the customer to buy how many copies she needs (not just pre-packaged sets). For example, 9 copies would cost 290 euro: she's not forced nor lured to buy the 10th copy that she needn't. Does PCharles prefer a price tag of 50 euro?
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Version 3.0.2
Giubal
Giubal
14 November 2008
No customer ever has received a quotation stating "30 euro". We never ever wrote that figure inside a quotation.
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Version 3.0.2
pcharles
pcharles
08 February 2010
I just wanted one copy of the reader to looks at files I already had from a previous application that nolonger works on my new machine. So I went to the web page to purchase a copy and was presented with this: "Only disposable licenses are available for this budget solution, but they include all future upgrades, both major and minor. Each license costs € 30. If the order does not contain the full application we'll ask you a fixed handling fee of € 20." I have no use for multiple copies, or a full version, as I only wanted to view some NMR files I created many years ago and incorporate them in my classroom materials. After reading this I just gave up and found a different way. I was not expecting to be abused in this way just for voicing my opinion. I can understand your concerns, but if it was easier to purchase the reader (i.e. Credit card through Paypal and auto send of registration) then maybe you would not need to charge the handling fee.
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Version 3.4.1
hwgray
hwgray
01 July 2011
pcharles, suppose that, abstracting away from your personal concerns, I'm a potential buyer who wants to know whether this app works as the developer claims. What do you have to say that speaks to that? Anything? Giving ratings on the basis of anything other than performance is unfair to the developer and to potential buyers. Unless, of course, the developer has cheated you out of your money. Needless to say, others will appreciate knowing that. Otherwise, please take your PERSONAL concerns directly to the developer and don't post them here.
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Jb72
06 June 2006
iNMR is an excellent package for NMR processing that runs natively under OS X. The processing is rapid and straightforward, and has a simple menu system with a number of useful keyboard shortcuts. It's a particularly good solution for someone who works with a lot of NMR spectra but is not necessarily a full-time spectroscopist and does not want to have to deal with something like nmrpipe. The best feature is the development support - based on my own experience, request a feature and it may just get programmed in within a week or two. The high rating for value is given in comparison to similar Windows-based menu-driven software such as ACDLabs.
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Version 1.2