[CC] Free Simpo Tech PDF Merge & Split!

Simpo Tech PDF Merge & Split is a software that, obviously, allows users to split and merge their PDF files. Here is the description of the software by the developer:

An excellent application combines with a PDF merger and a PDF splitter.

  • Merge PDF files in two ways – partial and whole
  • Split PDF and delete specific pages from PDF file
  • Support Adobe PDF 1.0-1.7 formats
  • Support to merge and split encrypted PDF files

To get Simpo Tech PDF Merge & Split you need to be a Facebook user. Once you login to Facebook, you need to ‘Like’ Simpo Tech’s fanpage. After you ‘Like’ them, visit the Simpo Tech’s giveaway page, enter an e-mail address, and click the “Send me keycode” button. Then check the inbox for the e-mail address you used – you will have an email from Simpo Tech with a download link and registration information in it. After that simply download and register Simpo Tech PDF Merge & Split using the registration information you were provided!

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11 comments

  1. Ashraf
    Mr. Boss

    What is the issue with posting freebies available via Facebook? If you don’t like Facebook, or you don’t use it, then don’t take part in this freebie. dotTech is not promoting these freebies; we have no control over if they are run on Facebook or not. I won’t stop posting about Facebook-freebies (or stop approving CC Facebook-freebie articles) just because some people dislike Facebook: There are many people who appreciate these freebies.

    If you don’t like or use Facebook, ignore the freebie in question… It really is as simple as that. No one is being “pushed to Facebook” by dotTech.

  2. Patrick

    Hi,

    (Had to correct a few typos and the Edit button returned an overflow error, so here goes again… and sorry for any typos left…)

    Being a very sociable person myself I loathe Facebook, Twitter and the likes of them. IMHO these asocial “social” network “bubbles” are starting to interfer with regular net traffic in nearly the same way that the newest cellphones are (in this case overloading the networks with silly pictures and ‘home movies’). I hope that this hype will have dropped off the planet by the end of 2020 or thereabouts. This idea is not my invention! There are many that support this view, and even more (social) science studies indicating that the use of correct laguage is going down fast in some regions in Europ or the States. Tens of thouseds of students fail exams and applications because of these media. Their users do not seem to appreciate te importance of writing and speaking their mothertongue(s) correctly anymore.
    It is, IMO, a bad move from dotTech to have people go via Facebook to access freeware.
    I agree with Alex and some other posters here:
    DON’T LIKE TO BE PUSHED TO FACEBOOK!

    Pat.

  3. Patrick

    Hi,

    Being a very sociable person myself I loathe Facebook, Twitter and the likes of them. IMHO these asocial “social” network “bubbles” are starting to interfer with regular net traffic in nearly the same way that the newest cellphones are (in this case overloading the networks with silly pictures and ‘home movies’). I hope that this hype will have dropped off the planet by the end of 2020 or thereabouts. This idea is not my invention! There are many that support this view, and even more (social) science studies indicating that the use of correct laguage is crashing fast in some regions in Europ or the States. Tens of thouseds of students fail because of of these media. Their users do not seem to appreciate te importance of writing and speaking their mothertongue(s) correctly anymore.
    It is, IMO, a bad move from dotTech to have people go via Facebook to access freeware.
    I agree with Alex and some other postesters here:
    DON’T LIKE TO BE PUSHED TO FACEBOOK!

    Pat.

  4. Silver Dragon Sys

    The giveaway has ended, it was actually started 3 days ago and was limited to 72 hours. Keep their FB page marked though as they tend to give away products every couple of weeks. I have gotten a few of their products from the FB page.