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Convert JPG to PDF on your Android Once the app is installed, open it > from the main screen, tap the + icon at the bottom > select the JPG file that you want to convert. After making your selection, tap the PDF icon on the top-right > enter the PDF details > tap OK. Your new PDF file will be saved on the phone.
With the latest versions of the Dropbox and Acrobat Reader iOS apps, you'll be able to annotate and comment on PDFs stored in Dropbox, right from your iPhone or iPad. Just open a PDF from the Dropbox app and tap the 'Edit' icon, then edit or electronically sign the PDF in the Acrobat Reader app.
Open any type of document or image file on your iPhone or iPad running iOS 10 or later. Tap Share at the bottom of the screen. Scroll across the icons to find and select Print. A preview will open onscreen: pinch to zoom in and view the document full-screen. This preview is actually a PDF!
Step 1: Select all photos you want to combine into one pdf within your Camera Roll, they should be in the order you want them combined in. Step 2: Press the share button (the up arrow in the box at the top left hand corner of the screen) Step 3: Tap iBooks icon prompting to "Save the PDF file in iBooks"
Fire up the Files app on your iPhone, browse to the location where the photos, images are saved. Long press on the image thumbnail to pop up the contextual menu and choose Create PDF from the bottom of this menu list.
Click the Select a file button above, or drag and drop a file into the drop zone. Select the image file you want to convert to PDF. After uploading, Acrobat automatically converts the file. Download your new PDF or sign in to share it.
Download and launch PDF Expert. Tap the blue plus sign at the bottom to add the file you wish to convert. You can import a picture from the Photos and Files app, your computer, or cloud storage. Tap More on the file. Select Convert to PDF. That's it! Your file is ready.
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