iFax
iFax
4.9

0.5

iFax free download for Mac

iFax

4.9
08 October 2019

Send and receive faxes.

Overview

iFax is a powerful, full-featured fax platform.

Features
  • 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 or toll-free fax number anywhere in the world.
  • Never Miss a Fax. Get mobile notification or emails with a new fax has arrived. Email, print or download your faxes anytime.
  • One Number, Many Devices. Share your fax number with iFax on other devices such as your iPhone, iPad, Mac or Android device and get incoming faxes at your convenience.
  • Open from Mail, Sign, and Fill. You can open a PDF from mail, Dropbox, or Box, then sign, fill, stamp, or annotate, and then fax the document - all without the need to print or scan.
  • Document Scanner. Scan documents into iFax with the mobile phone or tablet camera and then fax them anytime. No more bulky scanners!
  • Dropbox and Box Integration. Access your documents stored in the cloud, anytime and and anywhere.

What's new in iFax

Version 4.9:

Note: Pricing for iFax' in-app purchases begin at $0.99 and are scaled per the number of faxes sent. There are also in-app purchases for an incoming fax number and for inbound iFaxes.

  • Send as many faxes as you like
  • Get a free fax number in any country and receive unlimited faxes

  • Lots of fixes and performance improvements

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17 iFax Reviews

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Macolyte
12 May 2013

Most helpful

The app is free. Sending and receiving are both charged to your Mac account.
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Version 1.0
nobody2011
16 December 2018
iFax ist NOT free how its listed here. "Try it now and get 7 days free!" - shown on their website
Like (1)
Version 4.0
Jimw
13 December 2017
A couple of items: Why someone listed Phone Amego as an alternative to this App I do not understand as I could not find any documentation that Phone Amego directly supports faxing, which is what iFax does. That being said doing faxing via the internet defeats the primary reason that financial institutions specify faxing for critical transactions as using a real fax machines for the transmission of information insures the safety and security of the transmission. When the option of sending the information via the internet to a fax server, as it is when adding this path to the front end of the transmission (no fax machine or fax modem), it then opens up the opportunity for the contents of the fax to be hacked or compromised in another fashion, thereby defeating one of the primary purpose of faxing. The risk could be reduced if the fax app on the users computer seriously encrypted the document before sending to the fax server, which would then decrepit it before actually faxing it, but I have never seen this documented as part of any of a fax application.. Based on the available informationI have so far, using a public fax server, in my opinion seriously compromises the security and confidently of the document being transmitted, which in turn defeats one of the primary reasons for faxing, given todays technology, in the first place. How unfortunate that Apple has chosen to eliminate the opportunity to incorporate fax modem support in the later versions of their operating systems. This is one arena that I will give high marks to Microsoft as Windows 10 still supports fax modems, which is one significant reason I still choose to run Windows on my Mac in emulation mode (Virtual Box, VMWare Fusion, Parallels).
Like (1)
Version 3.15
Larry-Klein
04 October 2017
I had to send a fax for the first time in many years. I found AT&T voip supports fax. Dusted off the old machine and plugged it into phone line. No problem.
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Version 3.12
samjones-fabulous
12 June 2017
When it works, it's great. The application for Mac deskstop is frozen, and customer service is "working on it." It forces you to buy a fax number (free for 7 days) in order to get the app to work, but there is no way to cancel the number. The web page forces you to sign up, but doesn't snyc with your desktop. So you end up having two accounts and both are frozen. Other than that, it works well.
Like (2)
Version 3.3
B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
08 January 2017
Even assuming the bugs reported below have been fixed, Apple has killed faxing in macOS X 10.12 Sierra—fax modems are no longer supported. Solution? Don't upgrade to Sierra or get an inexpensive (or expensive) multifunction printer (chances are you already have one). Most still have fax capability. Among the businesses that still use faxing are pharmacies and doctors offices, though many use e-fax now.
Like (1)
Version 2.19
Jimw
28 September 2016
Unfortunately Apple
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Version 2.15
1 answer(s)
Jimw
Jimw
07 October 2017
Actually Apple killed faxing several versions before Sierra. Another solution I use is to use Windows which still has Fax capability, even Windows 10. You can use it on a cheap real machine or virtually, although I have not tried it with the free emulator, Virtual Box. Legitimate licenses of Windows without support are around $100.
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Jimw
28 August 2016
We still live in a world that uses faxes. Many use it because faxes can't have imbedded viruses or malware. However I am of the belief that electronic fax services are a waste of money when you can buy a USB fax modem for under $25 that usually come with fax drivers for windows and Macs still have it built into the OS.
Like (1)
Version 2.10
hwgray
12 May 2016
Nice icon, though, IMO.
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Version 2.4
WetNet
14 April 2016
Screw faxing! Get with it people and email! Scan to email is a better version of Faxing.
Like (1)
Version 2.3
2 answer(s)
Tim27
Tim27
18 February 2017
WetNet < moron
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Jimw
Jimw
07 October 2017
Like it or not, Faxing right now, particularly when hardware is used for the task is still the most secure way to transmit a document. That is a substantial reason that Financial Institutions, and Healthcare Providers still use it. Shame on you Apple from dropping Fax Modem support!
Like (1)
neartheredrocks
09 March 2016
What a joke to call this "free". Any use of this application costs money.
Like (8)
Version 2.1
Free

0.5

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.11.0 or later
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