Gelatin
Gelatin
3.5

4.3

Gelatin free download for Mac

Gelatin

3.5
30 April 2015

Merge PDF files.

Overview

Gelatin automatically merges PDF files. Drag and drop your files to the app, it takes care of the rest. Easy, fast, beautiful ... it's just perfect!

Applications don't need complicated interfaces to do complicated tasks. Gelatin keeps it simple, yet it does everything you need.

Features handy preferences, drag-and-drop interface, automatic file handling, merging of PDF files,... All that in an application loaded with user-friendliness !

Enjoy it!

What's new in Gelatin

Version 3.5:
  • addressed bugs
  • slightly changed icon

5 Gelatin Reviews

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bbw7
28 March 2012

Most helpful

Not free anymore either. $3.99 at the MAS.
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Version 1.0
AshBP
10 May 2017
2017, a few OS updates later, and Gelatin still works well. Love having an actual app for our non-tech people. Basic but perfect for combining pages.
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Version 3.5
Leoofborg
24 January 2013
Well: It's back to being 'free' so get it while you can. Also: Soooo, some commenters would begrudge the Dev of the price of a bad coffee at Starbucks for a couple hundred hours of labor maintaining this App? (Time wireframing, coding, debugging, going thru MAS process of codesigning, other Apple byzantine review cycle?) Shake. My. Head.
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Version 2.1
bbw7
28 March 2012
Not free anymore either. $3.99 at the MAS.
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Version 1.0
Hkim
30 October 2011
This app does not offer the functionality of others like "Combine PDF" though it is free. I could do the same thing using built-in Apple software basically. It is also available from the App Store; a big minus there.
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Version 1.0
6 answer(s)
Cattus-Thraex
Cattus-Thraex
30 October 2011
Right, Gelatin offers less than Combine PDFs, yet usable. Its author wishes to test his/her talent, why not, may be a simple beginning followed by other more sophisticated things.
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Hkim
Hkim
31 October 2011
Offering software that duplicates freely available software (Apple Preview) and can not be accessed unless one uses the App Store is not a virtue nor a "test" but a failure in utility and practicality, IMHO.
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Cattus-Thraex
Cattus-Thraex
31 October 2011
Right, but this happens very often with various applications, and it is their creators’ decision to offer or not offer an alternative. 3rd party solutions are often better than Apple’s, IMHO too.
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xati-ba
xati-ba
31 October 2011
Hkim, u jelly of Gelatin?
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Korion
Korion
05 November 2011
Be fair towards developers for a change. We're extremely busy with all the requests we constantly get, and we do it for free. The app launches way more quickly than preview, but is currently slower. In the future, I'd like to add a lot of other file types to this app.
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xati-ba
xati-ba
05 November 2011
I agree with Korion, criticizing something that is free is downright disgusting behavior.
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Filipp
29 October 2011
Is this any different than combining several documents in Preview and saving them as a single file?
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Version 1.0
1 answer(s)
Cattus-Thraex
Cattus-Thraex
29 October 2011
Perhaps no difference (not tested), but I have always preferred such apps, not Preview way. Another good solution is Combine PDFs or iCombiner. Am going to test Gelatin too, why not?
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$.99

4.3

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later
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