Developer: Witt Software UG (haftungsbeschrankt)
Current Version: 3.7.0
Last Updated: 24 days ago
Download Size: 3.7 MB - Download
PDF Squeezer is an easy-to-use PDF compression tool.
It reduces the size of large PDF documents by compressing images and removing irrelevant information. This will help you obtain important savings in bandwidth costs, digital storage costs and network transmission times.
• Simply drag and drop your file into the application window
• Choose from predefined compression filters or create your own
• Batch compress multiple files
• Compress all files in a folder and its subfolders
• Finder, Safari and Preview ad-on available via the share menu
• Support for password protected PDFs
• Automatic compression and save with 'One-Click-Compression'
If you're having questions or problems, don't hesitate to ask for help by following the support link on the right!
If you like PDF Squeezer, please consider to rate it on the App Store. It would mean the world to me. :)
NEW: Minimum system requirement is now Mac OS 10.9.5 Mavericks
NEW: Quickly compress a selected PDF in Finder, Preview, or any other application that has an action button. (Requires OS X 10.10 and has to be activated in the System Preferences)
NEW: You can now open folders to compress all PDFs of a folder and it's subfolders.
FIX: After adding a new filter, the compression did not start until PDF Squeezer was restarted.
FIX: Crash when showing the About window in OS X 10.9
FIX: Right clicking on a in the sidebar, sometimes didn't work as expected.
FIX: Some localization issues.
Most Helpful Reviews
FAST & SIMPLE PDF SHRINKING AT A GREAT PRICE - I wasn’t expecting much from this App for the cheap price, so I was VERY pleasantly surprised to find that it works perfectly. It compresses my real estate flyers, which are typicalyl 12mb, down to 0.5mb - that is a 96% reduction. This now allows me to upload my flyers to various websites, including our MetroList Real Estate site. It is so simple to use and absolutley foolproof -I have now stopped using Adobe Acrobat Professionall for flyer production and document merging, and use this program and PDF Expert instead, My big beef with PDF Expert is that is does not contain a Compression routine, so that is why PDF Squeezer is required.
Didn’t beat Preview - I bought this to compress a 50 page, photo heavy 11mB file to get down below 10mB to email. Well it did not better than Preview compression. After I bought it I tried the help function. It says: "Like all other PDF compression tools PDF Squeezer does not reduce the size of PDF files that have already been compressed." Why doesn’t it say that BEFORE I buy it? Preview does the same thing. I would like a refund but I do not think I can do that.
More Reviews for Current Version
Not great for image heavy PDFs - I have lots of 70-80mb pdfs with lots of images in. I like to get the file size down to around 500Kb so that these are emailable. In most cases PDF squeezer can only reduce the size by 1 or 2%, very ocasionally by 25%. A bit dissapointed with the app as I need more compression!!
Great app!! - I always had the problem how to make pdf files smaller. This app is simple and efficient and solved my old problem…. I am really happy for it. Worthy to buy it.
Nope - Nope this did not compress more than any of the free services I was using. I thought maybe if I picked a paid one it would do a better job. NOPE. Didn’t even come close. I want a refund!!!
Does exactly what it says it does - Often this app will reduce PDF sizes to a fraction of their former size, and I really haven’t noticed a quality difference. Anytime I have a scanned PDF document, I run it through this. It’s fantastic.
Could not - I’ve tried every version of my 80mb PDF publication, form original output through versions that were already reduced a few percent through acrobat DC and every attempt yields the exact same results - I drop the file in, Wait and watch the pie wheel fill up, and then get greeted by the message “Could not” Seems that the software (maybe just this version?) is faulty. I’ve been able to get the file size down to 55mb or so using free online tools, was hoping that buying one of the pricier/ better rated solutions in the app store would give me desktop results with better ease of versioning, but am definitely regretting the purchase.