JPG To PDF is a simple-to-use software application developed to create PDF files from JPG images, as the name says.

It is backed by standard settings that can be adjusted by all types of users, even the ones with no previous experience in PDF conversion tools.

Installing the tool takes little time and minimal effort. As far as the interface is concerned, a normal window hosts several buttons for adding images to the task list, changing their order, removing items, and so on.

Pictures can be imported using either the file browser, folder view or drag-and-drop support. If multiple files are selected for conversion, they will be merged into a single PDF document instead of delivered to separate files.

Unfortunately, JPG To PDF does not integrate a button for the later option. On top of that, it does not let users specify custom saving directories and file names; all PDFs are created in a directory called "output" placed in the root drive. At least existing files are not overwritten with each new conversion job.

The app binds together images rapidly while using low CPU and RAM, so it does not hog system resources. We have not come across any difficulties throughout our evaluation, since it did not freeze, crash or show errors.

Apart from the aforementioned downsides, JPG To PDF does not feature configurable PDF settings, such as resizing pictures to fit pages or editing metadata. Users may opt for other utilities that offer the same options as this one, especially since there are many free ones.