Thanks to some really cool users of iCopy who have spent some of their time with the translations, I added four language files for version 1.6. We have a brand new Greek translation, and updated German, Traditional Chinese and PRC Chinese. The language files are available for download at the following link on Sourceforge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/icopy/files/Language%20files/1.6/ [...]
Turn your scanner and printer into a powerful, free photocopier with a click!
iCopy Free Photocopier is a free and open source application that lets you combine your scanner and printer into a powerful, easy to use photocopier by only pressing a button. You can use Automatic Document Feeders (ADF) too!
You can run iCopy by just pressing the button of your scanner!! Its simple user interface lets you manage scanner and printer options, like brightness, contrast, number of copies in a couple of seconds. You can save images to file or export to PDF without the need of other software!
As it’s small and no installation is required, iCopy is also suitable for USB pen drives.
iCopy is distributed under the GNU General Public License 3 (GNU GPL v3). Its code is fully open source and you don’t have to pay or register to use it. If you find it a nice program, please consider making a small donation to the developer.
Release date: October 19, 2012
This new major release of iCopy features the creation of PDF files from the scanner without the need for any external PDF Printer. Along with this new function, I changed the interface a little. Below the Copy button there are three buttons that specify the acquisition mode: the one on the left enables multipage acquisition, [...]