JPG to PDF - a Image to PDF Converter

Developer: Songping Hong

Current Version: 1.1

Last Updated: 5 months ago

Download Size: 1.2 MB - Download

Description:

JPG to PDF can convert image file include JPG, BMP, JPEG, GIF, PCX, PNG, TIF and TIFF format to PDF file in few click. 
With PDF for you can post your document on the internet, transmission via email, or incorporation into one document. By JPG-to-PDF , you skip the hassle and inconvenience of manually selecting, uploading, and converting images on an online conversion.

JPG to PDF Feature:

(1) Merge multiple image files in one PDF file.


(2) Easy to use, convert image files to PDF format you only need few click.

(3) Support drag and drop image files, so you add files for converting easily;

(4) High quality and high speed converting engine.

(5) Convert the most popular image file formats to PDF format.


(6) Convert multiple images in batch.

(7) Easy select output PDF paper size and paper quality.

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Release Notes:

bugs fixed

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 1.1
Review by J.B.W. Tucker

No problem with image ordering - This is a very simple app. It does one thing: batch convert images to PDF format. It’s very easy to use, very simple, very fast, and can combine all the images in the batch into a single PDF file, or not. It works for many different image formats, including PNGs—not just JPGs. I’m not having ice0_5’s problem. Batch converting sequentially named JPGs, using “Merge and export into single PDF file,” and it works perfectly. Always in the correct order. I should mention that you should add your JPGs to be converted via the “Add” button at the top, not by dragging them in from the Finder. When I did the latter, the resulting list of files in the app was all out of order (I didn’t bother doing the actual conversion, so I don’t know if the end result PDF would be out of order as well). However, using the “Add” button and selecting the files via the dialog box that pops up, they all go into the list in order. The resulting PDF is perfect, in correct order. One thing to note: It doesn’t seem to work so well for random-sized smaller images, as it attempts to fit them to a preset size. So this app is really only useful for images that fit one of its size presets: Letter, 4x6, 3x5, A4. If your document fits one of those sizes (or aspect ratios), then you’re good to go. Otherwise, it may be distorted.

Found helpful by 6 out of 6 people

More Reviews for Current Version

5/5
Version 1.1
Review by Alexandra Amaya

I love this app! - This app is so easy to use. There are no multiple complicated menus to search for things. It’s simple and gets the job done in seconds. This is just what I wanted.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
5/5
Version 1.1
Review by Willatl

Worked as advertised - I needed to combine 90+ jpg files into a single PDF. This application worked just fine in completing that task. Simple interface; gets the job done.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
5/5
Version 1.1
Review by Clearlight Insight

JUST what the doctor ordered! Thanks. You reduced my tax filing hassle - So I had to upload some images to my accountant for tax season. Last minute thing. And I don’t have a scanner so I had to snap pics on my iPhone. But I didn’t want to have to upload multiple parts for the engagement letter separately, so I wanted to combine the images into a single PDF, but how? My old Acrobat Pro wants outdated unsafe version of Java so I stopped using it. The PDF creator apps were *expensive*, bought some other thing for $2 but it only understands PDFs as input, so I checked jpg to PDF and found this and it works *perfectly*. Simple, quick, supports drag and drop, ordered the images correctly, handled standard 8”x11”, and the price was right. Good deal. Thanks.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
2/5
Version 1.1
Review by SH1AD

It is a decent app - Downloaded this because in my line of work we need to take pictures of the work we do and email them along with the invoice in pdf format. With the new apple osx update I could no longer open a group of images and convert the group to pdf format so I needed an app to do this for the time being. Likes: 1) It gets the job done 2) There is a feature to group all images into 1 file Dislikes: 1) Some imgaes get distorted 2) EACH TIME I OPEN THE APP IT WILL NOT STOP ASKING ME TO WRITE A REVIEW EVEN WHEN I HAVE CLICKED NO MULTIPLE TIMES! VERY ANNOYING!! 3) COST $$ — There are free apps that do this

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
5/5
Version 1.1
Review by lturok

Super - It should’ve cost $10 !!!

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
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