This free software does exactly what its name suggests. It transforms JPEG files and several other image formats into PDF files. It’s a straightforward, lightweight tool with a singular purpose.
There are many tools for tackling PDF files, the commonly accessible document transfer format. However, most focus on converting to and from Microsoft Office formats.
JPEG to PDF bridges that gap with its unitary function of turning images into PDFs. As such, it's fantastic for designing leaflets and presentations for sharing online.
JPEG to PDF offers more flexibility when it comes to the types of images it can handle. It supports JPEG, as well as JPG, PNG, and BMP.
It even extends to GIFs. In that case though, it only displays the first frame in the new PDF document, not the entire animation.
Light and free
This converter is 100% free of charge, and it doesn't require any extra purchases or even a third-party PDF reader to do its tasks.
Moreover, it's super lightweight, at slightly over 1.50 MB in size. This feature makes it an excellent solution for older operating systems. It's optimised for older iterations of Windows, up to Windows 8.
The user interface matches the target systems for this programme. It isn't flashy, instead featuring simple boxes that are easy to navigate for any user.
To convert a file using this programme, all you need to do is enter and select the image you want from your computer.
You'll get to choose its position in the new file and some stretching options, after which you click 'Convert' and let the programme do the rest. Your new PDF will get saved in its designated location.
Although JPEG to PDF does its conversions in seconds and covers all the most popular image formats, its usages are minimal. While there’s nothing wrong with the programme as is, you can get the same functionalities, and much more, from alternatives such as Adobe Acrobat and PDFelement.