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
- Compress all files in a folder and its subfolders
- Batch compress multiple files
- Finder, Safari and Preview ad-on available via the share menu
- Support for password protected PDFs
- Automatic compression and save with ‘One-Click-Compression’
- An option has been added to remove all images of a file.
- Files that have been added to PDF Squeezer before can now be added again should the file have changed.
- You can now double click the files in the sidebar and main area to open the original in a viewer or save the compressed file.
- A new button has been added to duplicate a profile.
- Clicking the save button now opens a save dialog if the original file is a PDF attachments, a. File from the print dialog and another temporary file.
- Options have been added to remove file metadata for author, title, subject and keywords.
- Saving large files on remote disk may takes time, which is why the progress is now being shown in the status bar. The status bar can be activated from the View menu.
- The save button in the toolbar is now disabled if the selected file has been saved.
- There is a new option in the general preferences that allows you to keep the original file’s modification date.
- In some cases clicking the save button did not work as expected.
- Compressing many items at once could result in lost of pages of some files.
- Some menu items were not disabled even though there no file had been added to the app yet.
- The compressed file size could be displayed incorrectly.
- Opening a folder that contained no PDF files could crash the app.
- Showing the license window twice could crash the app.
- Opening a broken file could crash the app.
- Opening an alias file did not work in some cases.
- In some cases you could not save a file on a remote disk.
- Choosing save as could crash the app.
- Creating a new profile could crash the app.
OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processor