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iPubsoft JPEG to PDF Converter 2.1 Giveaway

Giveaway of the day — iPubsoft JPEG to PDF Converter 2.1

iPubsoft JPEG to PDF Converter can convert images from JPEG to PDF, preserving original picture format in realistic mode without any modification, change or destruction.
$29.95 EXPIRED
User rating: 125 21 comments

iPubsoft JPEG to PDF Converter 2.1 was available as a giveaway on July 26, 2015!

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Convert Word to PDF files.

iPubsoft JPEG to PDF Converter can convert images from JPEG to PDF, preserving original picture format in realistic mode without any modification, change or destruction. JPEG is not really convenient or secure file format compared to PDF. PDF is an ideal format for storing image files on a device with any screen resolution. After converting JPEG to PDF, you can have the benefit of protecting files with PDF’s security options.

Key Features:

  • Convert numerous image formats: JPG, JPEG, GIF, TIF, BMP, ICO etc. into Adobe PDF;
  • Merge multiple images into a single PDF file;
  • Convert JPG/JPEG and other image formats in batch mode;
  • Easy and user-friendly GUI;
  • Fast conversion.

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System Requirements:

Windows 2000/ 2003/ XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8


iPubsoft Studio



File Size:

25.8 MB



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Foxit Reader does this and much more FREE!!!

Reply   |   Comment by Andres  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)

Sorry but seems to be a total waste of time. If you want it there are freeware options

Now if this was a PDF compressor, or Word to PDF that worked preferably with a ability to OCR maybe worthwhile !

Normally there's something reasonable on a Sunday ?

Reply   |   Comment by David Woodroof  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)

It's been a long time since I voted for a GOTD. So I made a mistake, because I'm curious. I wanted to vote down this GOTD, but then a form appeared asking for a motive to vote down. I thought it would be the same for the vote up, but no. It directly set the vote. This might explain why the votes down are less than before, because I feel not all down voters aren't willing to give a reason. So, the real number of up-voters is 40, not 41, and my guess is this figure is artificially high. This new (for me) vote system isn't bad, but it could be improved by providing a similar form for the up-voters.


I never understood why people would convert images to PDF anyway. It's adding overhead, it's modifying the intrinsic properties of the object in a way that forbid usages in its original form (i.e. transformations), it limits what you can do with it because you do much less with a pdf than with an image. It does not really protect the image because you can always extract the image (it's possible to crack a password protected pdf); in some cases (e.g. steganography), you have to do so. It reduce usability because an image can always adapt its size to that of the screen. TV don't know pdf yet so forget hosting a vacation picture show for family/friends. Packaging images into a pdf for motives like security, transport or whatever is futile; zipping is a faster solution, you don't need additional 25 MB software (Windows 7 comes with the command line utility "compact").

The product name "JPEG to PDF" is a lie. According to the description it can "convert numerous image formats like JPG, JPEG, GIF, TIF, BMP, ICO, etc. into Adobe PDF." How difficult is it to rename the product?

Asking $30 is kind of megalomaniac given the 2,850,000 hits when googling for "image to pdf converter -free -online -sourceforge -ubuntu" (addng more keywords like -youtube -android in fact multiplies, lol, the result by a factor between 2 and 3).


Something on this site I noticed today. "sur.ly" is now hidden when you hover on a link! Most links are 404. With the notable exception of imgur although one link to imgur is 404 too because it's filtered by "sur.ly" (bug!).

The way this "sur.ly" thing is handled here poses a few problems ---to me, at least. I know you can obfuscate links, but this method is generally used by untrusty sites. Now that this method is also used by trusted sites, I wonder how many of them hide stuff like this one. It means going through an unknown third-party without consenting to their terms of use. Example: "By accessing the Sur.ly website or using the services offered by Sur.ly you agree and acknowledge to be bound by these Terms of Service. If you do not agree to these Terms, please do not access the Site or use the Services. Sur.ly reserves the right to change these Terms at any time". So, when I click on a link posted by someone in the forum, I access and use sur.ly. When I submit a link, I am, in fact, asking people to implicitly accepts TOS they possibly may disagree with, should they know. One day, they will sell their business to someone with less good intentions (although I don't think "trusted domains", dixit sur.ly, is that much paved with good intentions); the TOS will change dramatically and become unacceptable, but we won't know it.

The Internet is slowly but surely heading towards a model people like me will definitely hate.

Reply   |   Comment by papin  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+19)

Thanks for the giveaway, this JPEG to PDF converter is pretty useful, if you want to convert pdf to jpeg images, you shouldn't miss http://pdftojpg.me/

Reply   |   Comment by Jacob  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-7)

Let me begin by stating that I have no intension of installing this program on my computer.

That having been said let me also say that I can see a need for such a program. Can’t you? The other day many of you were applauding the developer of a program that would add a water mark or a copy wright to a photo too protect it. Where are all you folks today. Ok, it’s Sunday and some may be in church but not all of them.

This program is an excellent way to protect your photos. You can convert a JPEG to PDF upload it and if someone downloads the photo they will not be able to change that photo in any way. With a PDF you cannot add or remove a person or an object from or to a photo. You cannot remove the background and place the subject of the photo on some other background. EXAMPLE: someone takes a photo of you, removes the background and places it on a background involving child porn.


You might get arrested, shunned by other church members, removed as a Country Club member, you might even lose your job and your family. Even if you’re successful at disproving the validity of the photo, somewhere, some place, that photo still exists, and sometime it will surface again and again and again.

If you want to protect your photos place a water mark on the photo, then convert the photo to a PDF Now you can upload your photo assured that your photos are safer (not totally safe but safer).

Someone that is too cheap to pay for the use or ask for permission to use the photo, or someone that is too lazy to take their own photo, or some low life that is only interested in hurting people, is PROBABLY not going to go through all the trouble of downloading a PDF, running it through a PDF converter, then running it through a watermark remover before they use your photo. NO, they’ll just move on to the next photo.

All you naysayers out there are going to jump up and down and write about how that photo can be converted and so on and on. We all know the real reason: Someone said no so everybody jumps on the band wagon.

The developer of the product is only trying to earn a living just like the rest of us. There is no conspiracy out there to destroy the world or your computer. It’s just a product that some poor shmuck is only being paid $1 per day to develop.

So I’m asking. Don’t denigrate a product because it serves only one purpose. Don’t put them down because they don’t speak perfect German or French or English. Evaluate the product. Help the developer improve the product. Positive criticism is always welcome. That’s why they contribute the product to GOTD. They didn’t do it so that you can have a free product.

Someone commented on how there are a lot of similar products out there. I could go on and on about how there are 1000’s of lawyers and MBA yet every University in the nation is pumping out more lawyers and MBAs every year.

That’s my two cents. Now it’s your turn

Reply   |   Comment by Madmaler  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-13)

There is not one valid point in your argument; there are programs that extract images from PDF files.
Regarding development, zilch; all the development was done by the open source programmers this company merely put a front end to it.
555 words is your two cents worth, thank God you didn't spend a dollar.

Reply   |   Comment by XP-Man  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)

Most pro people have pixel element photo editors, I guess you have not used any of them, well they can dissect and remove anything you want from a single photo and paste it on anything they want. Water marks are child play to remove them.
Your theory is flawed.

Reply   |   Comment by Morto  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

Love to know what planet you're from. Your post is complete nonsense. ANYTHING that's on your screen, whether an original image or in a pdf, can be screen captured. And when it's screen captured, it's an image file. And when it's an image file, it can be manipulated any which way.

Reply   |   Comment by MikeR  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

The results are mediocre, I get better results with my PDF printer drivers and with Irfanview and with all of the word processors I have, when I create or save as PDF file.
I imported 100 JPEG pictures into my regular word processor and save them as PDF in 3 seconds with original resolution. When I tried it with this software, it took 4 minutes to save it in a what appears to be compressed mode of 50% from the original JPEG resolution.

Uninstalled it.

Reply   |   Comment by Jerry  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)

"iPubsoft JPEG to PDF Converter 2.1"

It does what it says: it convert images to PDF.
This is done in a easy way.
Collect images and start:

But "benefit of protecting files with PDF’s"
Not with this program; although it looks like it:
And this one is protected(?); No printing and no copy :

In My Documents in WinXP there was another folder:
And both, this folder and program folder, there was a file "page.xml"
And in one of them there was the name of the Author.

Also there is a Temp-folder in the Bin of the program-folder:
And there were several PNG, XHTML and PDF.
All with a content of the original pictures.

As Karl mentioned, there is a open source program, wkhtmltopdf
which converts html to pdf.
"wkhtmltopdf and wkhtmltoimage are open source (LGPLv3) command line tools to render HTML into PDF and various image formats using the QT Webkit rendering engine. These run entirely "headless" and do not require a display or display service."

And this name "wkhtmltopdf" appears as the producent of the PDF's.

Tricky: when open source is used, it have to be mentioned.

Reply   |   Comment by Ootje  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+11)

Why would you need a converter when you get it done easily through online sites ?. does this software only changes the extensions ?

Reply   |   Comment by Afeef Ajmal  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-11)

Baffling single-purpose app killed stone dead by a silly re-install price of $29.95, iPubsoft JPEG to PDF Converter seems to be an answer to a question never asked and a solution to a problem never encountered.

According to the developer, the product's raison d'etre stems from the fact that JPEG is not really convenient or secure file format compared to PDF. According to me: utter hooey. Of course it's convenient. If it wasn't, nobody would be using it. As to security:

It would take me mere moments to zip a clutch of jpegs together in a folder and encrypt that zip. Software used? 7Zip or PeaZip. Both are freeware. Alternatively, it would take about the same time to sequentially insert a number of jpegs into a blank Word doc and convert to pdf. Software used? Bullzip. It's freeware. And alternatively to that: I could just chuck all the jpegs into a Safehouse vault and lock it up and hide it away. (Safehouse is freeware.)

None of my jpegs give me cause for concern over "convenience" or "security" so I won't be doing any of the above. Nor will I be needing the batched image conversion which iPubsoft JPEG to PDF Converter claims to be able to undertake, seeing as how Irfanview has been around for years and does all -- and much more -- for free.

Thanks, GOTD, and thanks, too, to iPubsoft, but no thanks. As freeware, this app could've had some curiosity value but at a potential $29.99 re-install price, no chance.

Reply   |   Comment by MikeR  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+41)

Very good response. I concur - especially about Irfanview and Bullzip convenience. whew!

Reply   |   Comment by David Roper  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)

Why would one want to convert images to pdf files? To me this converter seems to be useless, but maybe someone can give me any reason.

Reply   |   Comment by Ototo  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)

I am with Ototo, why would anyone take a perfectly good JPG, GIF, or PNG picture of ANY size resolution and wrap it up into a PDF suitcase? PDF is useful only in business networks that offer regulations and laws online to read and yet NOT to alter or change.

Somebody please set me straight about the purpose in life for this TYPE of software, ie JPG to PDF?

Reply   |   Comment by David Roper  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-5)

Ototo, you can scan articles (my own, actually) and convert them into a PDF by one click, that is why.

Reply   |   Comment by Corno  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

One Use for converting from
Recipies scanned from magazines. Scans are naturally picture files, usually .JPG. They cannot be transferred to a Nook as such. The print is way too tiny and cannot be enlarged to a reaadable level. The file must then be transfered to a .PDF file in order to still be read by the Nook.

Reply   |   Comment by Diana  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)

This converter seems to be a part of Coolmuster PDF Creator Pro by coolmuster.com (http://www.coolmuster.com/pdf-creator-pro.html)

It does exact the same conversion for some jpg files in my tests.

As often before : a company comes as a MP (Multiple Personality)...

There is a much better free tool for doing image (JPG, GIF or BMP) to PDF conversion:


because it can retain the original image size in the final PDF or can fit them into a paper format you define.

ipubsoft just gives options for most common print sizes.


Reply   |   Comment by Mona  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+65)

Installed and registered without problems on a Win 8.1.3 Pro 64 bit system. A clean install.

A Chinese company from Shenzen with address:
"Established in 2009, iPubsoft Studio is a leading consumer software provider. In recent years, iPubsoft has extended its business worldwide, consistently dedicated to satisfy customers with diversified consumer software products and services."

And the typical mission/vision statements, from the Big HandBook of Statements:
" Our Values

People-oriented, Sincerely unit, Hard struggle, Innovation, Happy life.

The latest entry in the blog from April 2014, about the same date, this software has.

This software does WHAT??? It converts picture format to a PDF. What else? Nothing, nil, nada...

Upon start a small non resizable window opens, terrible German translation full with errors. In the options you can switch language, define the page settings, document description and password.


You add your files, you can convert these from PDF to PDF..., merge into one file and start:

The output is a simple PDF, missing the author name, which was entered in the preferences. The conversion is done with
wkhtmltopdf. This file and the origin is obfuscated as a h2p.exe in the programs bin directory. No credits found to:


Think, what you want.

Uninstalled via reboot through DeepFreeze,
Arrows and marks in the screenshot with the built in Greenshot editor.

Have nice Sunday

Reply   |   Comment by Karl  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+102)
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