PDF Merge
PDF Merge
3.0.4

5.0

PDF Merge free download for Mac

PDF Merge

3.0.4
24 May 2018

Concatenate multiple PDF files into one file.

Overview

PDF Merge lets you combine multiple PDF files into one. Simply Drag and Drop several PDF files on to the program icon. A box will appear allowing you to change the order in which the files are joined. You can move the files up and down in the list. Once you are done, you will be prompted to specify a name for the new concatenated file. It will appear on your desktop. The Registered version of PDF merge will take any number of PDF files, and combine them into one single PDF file. The latest version of PDF merge also allows you to insert images into your PDF file. PDF Merge accepts .png, .jpg, .gif, and .tiff image files for incorporation into merged PDFs.

What's new in PDF Merge

Version 3.0.4:
  • High Sierra Ready

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7 PDF Merge Reviews

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Tallis
27 October 2008

Most helpful

Why would anyone spend $ 14 for a functionality that comes with Apple's Preview for free and with complete ease - that's just beyond me ... And if somebody doesn't like the workflow with that, there is still the freeware product "Combine PDFs" by Christian Schmitz.
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Version 1.0
Molamola
10 May 2013
Is there anything this App does Preview can't do already out of the box? Preview easily combines pdfs, and yes, you even can mix pdf s with image files.
Like (2)
Version 3.0.0
3 answer(s)
Aargl
Aargl
17 June 2013
Thanks a lot! I was thinking, reading you, that it was a new feature in Lion or Mountain Lion, but it actually works on 10.6 too! I couldn't find any information about it in Preview's help, and it sure is a bit tricky but it works! I just googled "pdf merge with Preview" to find how tos... ;-)
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Turquoise
Turquoise
29 October 2015
Indeed. And for what it does, this app's price tag is too high.
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Smayer97
Smayer97
27 April 2016
Had the same question...I see the developer has not bothered to answer.
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Alhutcheson
06 December 2011
I can assure you this does not work on os Lion. It loads then just freezes does nothing and slows down my computer to the point i have to force quit this app. I run a brand new macbook pro and i recommend you DO NOT BUY THIS if you run you mac on lion.
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Version 2.6
2 answer(s)
Gotoes
Gotoes
06 December 2011
Al - I'm sorry that you had trouble - but this app does work on Lion, and is certified and tested for Lion in the App store as well. It's too bad that you will not be able to change your review - but meanwhile, if you contact me directly, I will help you determine why this happened.
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Gotoes
Gotoes
06 December 2011
Also, if you have any doubt about the app working on Lion, please remember that we have a FREE trial on our website so you can use the app to make sure that it meets your needs.
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Fulmar2
27 October 2011
Just an FYI, PDF merge is fully compatible with Lion (we have a free trial on our website so you can test). I was in contact with monteurtv, and unfortunately, she did not append her comment.
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Version 2.6
edits
27 August 2011
I badly needed to merge 200 plus pdfs. Went to the website, downloaded the demo and succesfully merged 3 pdfs, the max allowed with the trial. Bought the full version, installed and... it does not work for me under Lion... Now waiting for an answer from support.
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Version 2.6
1 answer(s)
Fulmar2
Fulmar2
01 September 2011
monteurtv - This app does work under Lion, as we discussed in email. Too bad you can't change your comment to reflect a positive review.
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Y-Guy
27 November 2010
Works fine, interface is okay not as clean as some other but the program does manage to create the smallest merged PDF files in my tests. Appreciate the explanation and option of dealing with blank pages, however I wonder if it's still a problem since the program hasn't been updated in over a year. For what it does, and that iCombiner is free I don't see that I'll be keeping it.
Like (1)
Version 2.5
Tallis
27 October 2008
Why would anyone spend $ 14 for a functionality that comes with Apple's Preview for free and with complete ease - that's just beyond me ... And if somebody doesn't like the workflow with that, there is still the freeware product "Combine PDFs" by Christian Schmitz.
Like (4)
Version 1.0
1 answer(s)
Fulmar2
Fulmar2
09 January 2009
Thanks for your review. The answer to your question - "why would you pay for this feature..." is because this functionality does not come with 10.4 tiger. If you want to combine PDF files in tiger, you need to download some 3rd Party PDF combining software. There are limited trial versions like PDF lab and PDF combine, but once the trial period expires, you must pay $30. So, your alternatives are upgrade to Leopard, or try any one of these free trials (including PDF Merge, which is less expensive than any of the aforementioned options).
Like (1)
Version 2.3
Andrewm
26 October 2008
Apple's Preview does it for free, fast and easy....
Like (1)
Version 1.0
2 answer(s)
Chriswan
Chriswan
26 October 2008
maybe this is more intended to OS X Tiger (or lower) users
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Version 1.0
Chriswan
Chriswan
26 October 2008
sorry, didn't read the minimun requirement... it may be more intended for OS X 10.4 users then
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Version 1.0
$18.99

5.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later
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