PNG (Portable Network Graphics) is a transparent lossless bitmap image format. It supports 24-bit RGB or 32-bit RGBA pallet base images, grayscale and other formats. Compared to JPEG, PNG images do not allow high compression.
Portable Document Format or PDF is a open file format developed by Adobe. Unlike .DOC or .ODT, A PDF file displays the exact same layout and content no matter which device or software application it is viewed on. This convenient and compact document format also offers security though content signing and password protecting documents.
Our world's best PNG to PDF converter let you upload any png file and converts them to PDF file(s). You can either choose to combine them or create separate PDF for individual PNG file you upload.
PNG to PDF converter let you customize page margin, paper size (A4, A5, letter, ...etc) before converting images. You can also choose where to place the image on PDF file.
PNG files can be very large. PS2PDF converter let you choose the image quality and transparency to reduce output PDF file size.
Microsoft EDGE let you open PDF files natively, but if you want improved PDF viewer then you can download it from Adobe website.
Most Linux/Debian operating systems come with a PDF reader. If your installation missing a PDF reader, you can install it by running sudo apt-get install evince on Debian or "yum install evince" on Linux machines. There is a great article on ways to open PDF files on Linux.
You can install Adobe Acrobat Reader from Adobe website to view PDF files on Mac Computers.