Convert documents into PDFs with PDF Converter for iPad

Readdle has released their new iPad app, PDF Converter.

PDF Converter lets you transform any file you have on the iPad into a PDF document whenever you need it. Everything from a multi-million contract to a web page you want to read later can be saved as a PDF in several taps.

Make PDFs from:

  • Email Attachments
  • iWork and MS Office documents
  • Web pages
  • Files from other applications
  • Clipboard content
  • Photos
  • Documents on Dropbox and MobileMe iDisk
  • Contacts

I keep my PDFs organized in iBooks, and PDF Converter is the perfect companion. There are many times I come across something on the web that I want to save for future reference, like a tutorial, but I also hate cluttering up my bookmarks. Now, I convert it into a PDF, send to iBook, and organize in there - simple, yet effective.

PDF Converter is available for $6.99. Screenshots after the break.

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Convert documents into PDFs with PDF Converter for iPad


What a useful app! Especially for business professionals, researchers, students or anyone who is constantly on their iPad. For just $6.99, the PDF converter is an efficient time saver and a key organization tool.

Does this app allow printing to a PDF file or splitting of large PDFs into smaller ones? At present save2pdf is the only one that I know which does this - and it is a bit buggy with larger PDFs.

You can kill two birds with one stone by getting Printopia from Ecamm. It enables all shared printers as AirPrint-compatible as well as "printing" to PDF and Dropbox.