Second Give away for Macrumors Users: PDF Creator

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by kkkskpe, Oct 9, 2012.

  1. kkkskpe, Oct 9, 2012
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    kkkskpe macrumors regular

    kkkskpe

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    Dear Macrumors Members:

    This is John Neil from iStonsoft, I am your old friend. In my previous Giveaway (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1323202&highlight=giveaway+pdf+to+word ), I have sent out 20 codes for Macrumors members. I am sorry that some members didn’t get the code because some of cods were expired.

    In order to thanks for Macrumors support, and user's support and feedbacks. Our new brand Amacsoft suessfully released and we launch this new giveaway: PDF creator, we will send out more 25 codes for Macrumors members.

    This is the product link to the Mac app store:
    http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/pdf-creator/id530022432?ls=1&mt=12

    If you are interested in the software, please write down the reason why you need the software in this thread and post your email at the end of your post, then I will give the codes through email to 20 users who want the software best. It will be great appreciated if you write a comment/feedback or retweet/share the product among your network.

    This campaign starts at October 12, 2012.

    John
    iStonsoft.
     
  2. kkkskpe thread starter macrumors regular

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    Doesn't anyone need this Mac PDF creator on work or study ? This giveaway has been starting from now on, and it is designed to help solve your problem in your work or study.

    If you need, please leave me your email. and write down why you need it. Thanks.

    John
     
  3. Fishrrman macrumors G3

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    I have hundreds of old CD labels created in AppleWorks, which I will soon no longer be able to open because I will be moving to Macs with OS's that no longer support PPC-based applications. I'd like to save each one as a .pdf file, so in the future I can open and view them for reference, and even print one if necessary...
     
  4. CylonGlitch macrumors 68030

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    John, it looks like some time was spent on developing the application but I just wonder what problem it is really trying to solve? I mean preview will save any image to PDF directly. Text edit will print directly to pdf. You're asking $20 for an application that is duplicating basic features that everyone already has.
     
  5. DoctorCrap macrumors regular

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    Agreed.
    20 dollars for this?
    Everything, Pages, Keynote, Preview, Numbers, TextEdit and even some random software that I have has this thing called "Export as" and "PDF".

    Best thing is, it is free. Pages is $20 too. I don't see how this application can be useful as Pages even in other ways.

    Exporting things as PDF. No one needs this application. I do not have a reason and neither should anyone as well to have this application.
     
  6. theluggage macrumors 68030

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    Agreed. The only thing that this seems to offer that can't easily be duplicated using Preview is 'many-to-many' conversion of text or graphics files to PDF. I'm sure someone out there has a need to do that, but it is pretty niche.

    Normally, if I were doing that, it would be because I wanted to combine them into a single file - which is easily done by dragging files into the Preview sidebar.

    Now, if someone could fix the Microsoft automator actions so that I could bulk-convert and concatenate Word documents again, I might be convinced to part with a few bucks. I'd only just discovered that facility before Microsoft broke it. Grrr.
     
  7. kkkskpe thread starter macrumors regular

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    Thanks for all of your opinions , I know some of software can also do the same thing, but most of them cannot get the best quality after conversion. but Amacsoft PDF creator Mac app can get the high quality after conversion. It will help users save more time.
     
  8. ifsmileha, Oct 18, 2012
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    ifsmileha macrumors newbie

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    Dear kkkskpe

    Would you mind share one code for me? I am a office of the clerk.My boss ususlly give me some PDF document and let me to transfer to other languages.I want to work this fast,but usually took mistake by wrong words.If your share the tools for me i can use the word document and copy words to related translation software to translate difficult words. Thanks in advance for your reply to my information (My E-mail lfeixengtg@yahoo.com )
     
  9. Cheese&Apple, Oct 18, 2012
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    Cheese&Apple macrumors 68000

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    Hi John,

    Thank you for your offer but I will decline and offer you a suggestion.

    If you are going to post here at MacRumors as a way of generating interest in a product, you should be cognisant of spelling and grammar in your message. In order to say thanks for MacRumors support, you first need to build our confidence in the product that Amacsoft successfully released.

    And so on...

    I understand that English may not be your first language. But, when promoting for commercial gain in an English language forum, you should take more care.

    Good luck with your endeavour.
     
  10. JonLa, Oct 23, 2012
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    JonLa macrumors 6502

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    Actually I work for a university and we try to convert a lot of handouts to PDF to put them in our VLE for students. I've recently had my office desktop switched from PC to Mac (yay) and I've found that the Mac versions of Word and Acrobat don't generate PDFs from Word documents that include any working hyperlinks - while some browsers can interpret text that includes www or http as links, the actual PDF lost all clickable links. Only Pages can do that, and that can often screw up the formatting of our academics' word format originals.

    Update: just tried your free trial - it only seems to open docx format word documents (not the older doc format) and it seems to strip out images and custom fonts. Oh well... I'll keep looking
     
  11. kkkskpe thread starter macrumors regular

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    Hello, Dear, you're right, it now only support opening docx format word, but we're upgrading its functions to make it support .Doc format and more files. Thanks for your feedback. please keep looking.
     

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