PDF Nomad is a modern, carefully styled PDF editor, in the Mac OS tradition. It features a multitude of ways to take your PDF documents from one place to the next, through an easy to use interface. It provides often used operations like merging multiple documents, as well as more exotic ones like exporting a document's text as a spoken sound file.
PDF Nomad adopts the new style and looks of Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion) and beyond. It is easy and intuitive to use, with wide-scale support for drag and drop, and single menu items that can accomplish large tasks like resizing pages. At the same time it offers considerable support for more intricate tasks like batch outline replacement through regular expressions.
Easily resize whole documents to a different page size with a single command, or resize individual pages with drag and drop, shifting page contents as needed. Even split pages in half or tile them to print a single page across multiple sheets of paper.
Export individual pages as bitmaps (jpg, png etc.) or create spoken audio files from the document's text. Split documents into even/odd pages, or explode documents into single page PDFs, or even into individual chapters.
Merge pages side by side or on top of each other. Split pages in half or tile them to print them onto multiple pages to be assembled into posters.
Merge documents, interleave documents and even overlay documents on top of each other.
Markup text with highlights, underlines and strike-throughs and annotate pages with rectangles, ovals, arrows, lines and more. Add one or more watermarks to all or select pages.
Add note annotations with remarks or proof reading comments.
The book feature allows you to create books and magazines ready for printing and cutting or folding. Add finishing and proofing marks if needed. Ever wanted to print a manual into a small booklet for easy reference, or need to prepare your novel or essay for your publisher? With PDF Nomad you'll have your document ready within a matter of minutes.
Create outlines manually, or automatically from a table of contents. Edit outlines individually, or batch process them with regular expressions.
Create PDF forms for distribution.
Fill out existing PDF forms.