Image To JPEG Converter - Convert your Photos

Developer: Clovis Michel Pedroso Picanco

Current Version: 1.0

Last Updated: 2 months ago

Download Size: 5.4 MB - Download


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Image To JPEG Converter - Convert your Photos is the perfect app for who wants to convert their pictures easily and quick without to many complex process. Image To JPEG Converter has an easy and simple interface so anyone can use it, and convert their pictures to JPEG.


• Simple to use.
• Drag and Drop.
• Almost all allowed, PSD, PNG, JPEG, JPEG200, GIF...

How to use:

1. Drag your images in: Select your images/photos on finder, and drag then in. You'll be able to see previews.

2. Click Save.


More Reviews for Current Version

Version 1.0
Review by spincitysd

Quick, clean, painless. - I have found this app to be just about perfect for converting .tiff files to .jpegs. I do a lot of photography and my edits are done in the Tiff format. But no social media will take a huge tiff file. Some won’t take any tiff files at all. This converter easily converts those files in to jpegs that then can be posted on line. It’s a little balky when doing bulk jobs of twenty images or more, but that is mainly the mac I’m using and the fact that 20 or more tiff images is more than a few gigs of data to churn through. Saving the result is very easy, but again the process gets a little balky when multiple files are being processed. The interface may not be the most beautiful, but it is very easy to understand. I could drag and drop or just use finder. I like the simple and utilitarian way this app goes about it’s business. I reccomend this app highly with the caveat that batch processing sould be just that, small batches of images, especially if you are doing 300meg tiff files. You could do larger batches with RAW, but I still reccomend starting out small and finding out where your particular Mac gets bogged down. No one wants to watch the beach ball of death spinning for what seems a lifetime. Your results may vary but batches of twenty seem to be the best compromise.

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