Page Shuffle is an application for randomising the pages of a PDF document. Designed to quickly and easily create a new shuffled version of a document, Page Shuffle makes it a breeze to jumble up an existing resource.
Page Shuffle was created for shuffling bingo and flash cards. A deck of flash cards stored as a PDF quickly becomes predictable and stale for students and teachers. With Page Shuffle the PDF can be quickly shuffled to revive the activity.
Page Shuffle randomly reorders the pages of a Portable Document Format (PDF) file.
The original document is not altered or changed by Page Shuffle. You can export copies of the newly shuffled document for use later. Or you can browse through the shuffled document within Page Shuffle itself.
Yes, with Page Shuffle you can shuffle entire documents or just a range of pages. You can select any continuous range of pages within a document for shuffling.
Page Shuffle includes Automator support. The Shuffle PDF Pages action lets you integrate Page Shuffle directly into your Automator Workflows.
Page Shuffle includes a command line interface. You can pass your PDFs directly to Page Shuffle via the Terminal or through your own scripts.
Within the Finder, Page Shuffle adds a Shuffle Pages service to the Context Menu. Control-Click on a PDF, select Shuffle Pages, and launch directly into Page Shuffle.
Page Shuffle does not open or work with encrypted or locked PDF documents.
So how does Page Shuffle shuffle? The algorithm for shuffling is as follows.
Page Shuffle is no longer available through Apple's Mac App Store.