Pretty Dire Functionality
PDF Creator Master for Mac is a simple app for turning images and plain text into PDFs.
There is very little to PDF Creator Master for Mac. It offers a simple menu, into which you can upload your image and plain text (*.txt) files. Once you have all of the desired components in the program, you can add annotations, permissions, and security settings. Then hit “Create” and you will have a PDF with each element in the order you placed them in the list.
Simple, but ultimately a bit pointless.
My first issue with PDF Creator Master for Mac is that it offers nothing in terms of editing or formatting tools. The demo version only allows you to add three files to your final PDF, which in my case meant three pages each with a tiny photo in the center.
What makes this even more pointless is that Apple’s default text editing program (the imaginatively named TextEdit), which comes on all OSX systems, provides the ability to save as PDF, with full control over layout, font, etc. It may take a little more effort, but the results are far better, making it a fair trade off.
F.eel you need this
PDF Creator Master adds nothing to the workflow, especially in the limited demo version - and we certainly don't recommend upgrading.