[An] iOS 7 unit converter focused on your favorite unit pairs.
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pdfconvert.me is a free email service which will take the content of a message and return that content back to the sending email as a PDF attachment. This allows mobile devices to have a “print to PDF” feature in many circumstances.
CloudConvert supports the conversion between more than 100 different audio, video, document, ebook, archive, image, spreadsheet and presentation formats. You can specify advanced options for every conversion type.
A simple Google Apps script to convert a properly formatted Google Drive Document to the markdown (.md) format.
Simple shell utility to convert html to pdf using the webkit rendering engine, and qt.
…a command line utility that reads and exports the task database from the OmniFocus application.
Export filtered tasks to a number of formats, including Markdown, Taskpaper, OPML, HTML and ICS.
This Mac OS X droplet converts any compatible image files into JPEGs. You can set the quality of the compression by changing the number in the filename [of the droplet].
Reckon automagically converts CSV files for use with the command-line accounting tool Ledger. It also helps you to select the correct accounts associated with the CSV data using Bayesian machine learning.
split2flac splits one big APE/FLAC/WV/WAV audio image (or a collection of such files, recursively) with CUE sheet into FLAC/M4A/MP3/OGG_VORBIS/WAV tracks with tagging, renaming, charset conversion of cue sheet, album cover images. It also uses configuration file, so no need to pass a lot of arguments every time, only an input file.
Convert your Kindle clippings file to Excel, Word or PDF.
dotEPUB is software in the cloud that allows you to convert any webpage into an e-book.
Available as an extension for Chrome, and a bookmarklet for all browsers.
Convert CSV, Excel or tab-delimited data into a range of web-friendly formats, including HTML, JSON, XML, PHP arrays, Python dicts, &c..
X Lossless Decoder (XLD) is a tool for Mac OS X that is able to decode/convert/play various ‘lossless’ audio files. The supported audio files can be split into some tracks with cue sheet when decoding. It works on Mac OS X 10.4 and later.
Like Max, XLD supports oodles of formats. One advantage: you can use XLD with a GUI or from the command line.