PDF Toolkit +
Developer: Mobile Science Apps
Current Version: 2.3
Last Updated: 1 year ago
Download Size: 1.1 MB - Download
With PDF toolkit, manipulate PDF files: merging multiples files into one, splitting one big file into smaller ones, extracting pages, extracting images, compressing entire files.
The key point of the app is efficiency: the interface is simple and unobtrusive, you drag your files onto the window and perform the action of your choice.
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Fix a crash that occurred sometimes when compressing files
Most Helpful Reviews
This program is AWESOME!! - PDF Toolkit+ is AWESOME!! I am a Graphic Designer who is often given PDFs and asked to use the images within. I had a paid version of Adobe Acrobat CS4 but when I upgraded my computer my paid version wouldn't install and the people at Adobe just blew me off as if it was something I was doing wrong. So without any way of extracting images I've been struggling ever since. But not anymore, now I have PDF Toolkit+. In fact it works way better then Adobe Acrobat at extracting images and text but at a fraction of the price. I give this program five stars.
Does not compress - I purchased this strictly to compress large PDFs to send via email. First off, it converts the PDF to a JPEG, which is not what I wanted nor would I have purchased this if I knew beforehand. Secondly, I tried to compress a 2.2MB and every option it provided (high, medium, and low) resulted in a 2.2MB file. Thanks for converting my file into the same file for $2! I did not try the other functions.
More Reviews for Current Version
Does it all - Great app that does it all for PDF files. I use it mostly to merge several files into a single PDF, even if I have a several dozens. What I use most is the compression mode, so that I can send large PDF files via e-mail. The files produced are often too large, and the compression window with its many settings lets me choose exactly the size I need. Simply drag your PDF into the program and choose the size you want. It works very well with files with large images, but the quality remains very good. Essential must have program!
A steal! - I’ve used it to merge PDFs and I’ve used it to split PDFs, both of which it does elegantly and without error. It doesn’t have a million bells and whistles, but it does what it advertises well. If you’re like me and don’t need all the features or expense of the Adobe equivalent, it’s a more than worthwhile purchase.
Too Bad - I downloaded a PDF from Blurb and tried it on this tool. It did not work. The PDF contained half JPGs and half text. Dear PDF toolkit. Please fix your app to work with Blurb generated PDFs and I will change my rating. At this point, it was a waste of my money. I am assuming that this problem may only relate to Blurb generated PDFs.
Slick, and has great support - I love this app. It is simple to use, and it works! Admittedly, I use it primarily for concatenating documents. I have used the “Compress” feature once, and it did an interesting job, offering me options as to how much compression I wanted. I no longer have Acrobat Standard to compare that feature to, but at the difference in price, it is a no-brainer. The more I use it, the more I appreciate some extras, such as automatic sorting of files dumped into it (Alphabetical, Reverse Alphabetical, Invert Order). This app, combined with the automatic document feeder on my scanner, helped change a tedious task to a much simpler one. And on the rare occasions that I have needed support for the app, they were very responsive. Hard to ask for more than that!
Helpful App, Even More Helpful Customer Assistance - I have many scanned docs that crash Preview. When using this app to change the pdfs to lower quality of the high quality 300 DPI, the results cannot be visibly noticed. I tested this with multiple files viewing in Adobe with multiple people. The only way we could tell the difference was to look at the size of the file, which we very different. And now I can once again use Preview for editing. The developer is very keen on providing troubleshooting assistance as well.