Amacsoft ePub to PDF for Mac

Amacsoft ePub to PDF for Mac 2.1

It helps you turn the content of ePub documents into PDF files.
 
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Amacsoft ePub to PDF for Mac is a handy application that helps you turn the content of ePub documents into PDF files. Although fashionable and widely known, the ePub format isn't supported by all e-readers, while the PDF format usually is. Hence the importance of having a conversion tool like this.

The program has a nice, clean, and intuitive interface, so that you won’t find any difficulty in managing its functions. You can add separate files – as well as entire folders of files – either by using the drag-and-drop method or by browsing for documents to import from within the application. Once the items to convert have been loaded into the program, you are informed about the name and the size of each ePub file. Unfortunately, you aren't able to preview the source files. A convenient merge function is provided instead, so that you can join multiple e-books while converting them into one larger PDF file.

What you will appreciate about this utility is the ability to customize the page layout of the resulting files. Therefore, you can set the page size you prefer, either by selecting a standard page type or by inserting custom width and height dimensions. Furthermore, you can determine the margins of the output PDFs, as well as add supplementary information to their document description. In addition, you are allowed to password-protect the resulting PDFs against unauthorized opening, copying, and printing.

This program has been designed for users who have an Amazon Kindle or other reading devices that don't offer support for ePub digital books. A specialized converter like Amacsoft ePub to PDF for Mac will solve the problem in short time.

Ioana Dumitrescu
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Review summary

Pros

  • Easy to use
  • Intuitive interface
  • Merge function
  • Batch conversion
  • Can customize the output page layout
  • Ability to password-protect the resulting files

Cons

  • No preview of imported files
  • A bit pricey
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