Convert PNG to PDF

Convert your PNG images and combine them into a single PDF document.

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How to convert PNG to PDF

  • 1To start the conversion, upload one or more PNG images. You can also upload images via the link or from file storage.
  • 2After uploading, click the “Convert” button and wait for the conversion to complete. Remember that you can edit the list of images by deleting or adding them.
  • 3Now your PDF is ready! You can download the combined PDF document or separate PDF for each PNG image.
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PNG (Portable Network Graphics)

The PNG (Portable Network Graphics) format was created as an alternative to GIF, which at that time had a number of significant limitations. In particular, it is the need for a license to use that did not meet the requirements of the time. The PNG format has become completely open and patent-free.

Another significant difference is in technical specifications. First, PNG allowed the use of a significantly larger number of colors (up to 16.7 million in PNG-24). Secondly, support for full-fledged multi-level transparency with the use of so-called alpha channels. Hence the possibility of working with layers. All this led to the great popularity of the format among users.

With the growing popularity of PNG images, people often use conversion services, and our converter is a great tool to convert PNG images to a PDF document.
File type: Image
File extension: .png
Developed by: PNG Development Group
Initial release: October 1, 1996

PDF (Portable Document Format)

PDF (abbreviation for Portable Document Format) is a format created for the convenient presentation and use of electronic documents. PDF was developed by Adobe in 1993 and has since gone a long way before gaining popularity.

Initially, it was a closed format with a lot of restrictions, which is why it practically was not used widely. However, at this point, Adobe has eliminated many shortcomings. An official free reading program (Adobe Reader) was released, PDF is supported on most operating systems, the functionality was noticeably expanded, the file size was optimized, and much more.

As a result, the PDF format has become the generally accepted standard in the document flow, which is used by both individuals and organizations.
File type: Document
File extension: .pdf
Developed by: Adobe Systems
Initial release: June 15, 1993