JPG To PDF Converter, as the title suggests, is an application which helps you create a PDF file out of JPG images.
The trial version has one single restriction, namely a watermark with the program’s title which appears on the first page of the PDF output file. The interface is simple, containing one single window which displays all the options at close sight. This tool supports not only JPG, but also TIFF, BMP, PNG, and GIF formats, which enables you to work on a wider range of files. An advantage of this program is that it gives you the opportunity to create one PDF file having a basis of unlimited amount of images. Although the developer warns you that the conversion of multi-page TIFF images to PDF documents is unavailable, this operation can be performed. I tested it, out of curiosity, and the result was positive.
Although the program is easy to use, I can’t but mention another advantage except the fact that it creates PDFs. Otherwise, it has only gaps. For instance, there’s no preview available, a function which is really helpful in case you have a consistent amount of images and you want to arrange them in a particular sequence. More than that, there’s no possibility of image compression, resizing, or adjustment of resolution (e.g. a PDF document converted from 10 images 1024x768 has 15 MB, which makes it very difficult to be sent via email). The app doesn’t provide the possibility to personalize the PDF file; actually it doesn’t have any option at all, and also no Help section. And the price is extremely high for what this program can do; I would rather donate the money to an open source where I am sure I would get far more benefits than on this app. I recommend you to try something else, maybe a freeware or an online program.