App Review: PDF Converter

Disclaimer: I’ve been contacted by Inc. to review their app, but all opinions are my own.

One of the things I always found very difficult to do at University, was to be able to integrate my professors’ presentations into my own class notes. I always ended up printing lots of pages and I won’t hide you that sometimes I even cut and glued some images. When I started University, my Photoshop knowledge was zero and even now, that I know how to use it, I still find it very time consuming to extract images or text from .ppt or .pdf files.

That’s why I immediately downloaded this PDF Converter app when I’ve been reached out by Inc. Even with the free version of the app, you can convert .pdf files into Word documents, images and .txt files. It’s absolutely amazing! And with the Premium features, you can also do the reverse thing (.txt to .pdf, images to .pdf, and so on).

I’m sharing this with you because I wish someone recommended me this app years ago! I saved so much time already this past week when I had to print a 27 page Word document for my thesis and I needed it in .pdf to send it to my professor and I’ve been able to convert it from my smartphone in a couple of minutes. Another great use of the app has been for saving only certain pages from a presentation and add them as images to a specific card in my Trello board (where you must have a Premium account to add more than 10MB files).

Bonus point. The app is incredibly easy to use. You just have to open it, choose from where you want to import the file (Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, OneDrive and more) and then choose the kind of conversion you want to make.

Here is an example of a .pdf conversion to Word document.

You can find more about PDF Converter on and you can download it for free both on iTunes and PlayStore.