Have you taken pictures of a paper document, taken screenshots of web pages, online PDF files using your Android mobile, and now need to convert them to PDF documents? Today we’ll show you an easy way to convert images to PDF documents on Android phone using Google Photos app. No need any third-party apps. By converting photos to PDF, you will be able to manage and read them using PDF readers, editors. Also it makes the documents sharing easier.
Most Android phones will be loaded with a group of Google apps such as Gmail, Chrome browser, YouTube, Goolge Maps, Google Drive, Duo, Photos, Sheets, Slides, Docs, etc. In an earlier article, we demonstrated how Android users can save web pages as PDF using Chrome on Android phone. Here we will use the Google Photos to show you how to convert photos, images to PDF on Android phone without any third-party apps, PDF converters, or online image to PDF converting services.
Now follow below quick steps to create PDF documents using existing photos, images, screenshots saved on your mobile phone.
Convert photos, images to PDF on Android phone
Find and launch Google Photos app on your Android device. Grant it the permission to access your media files if prompted. Find and open the image file you want to convert in the Photos app. Tap on the Menu icon (three dots) at the top right corner to bring up the action menu with options to delete the current photo, use it in other apps, print it out to papers, etc. See below figure.
Choose Print to open the printer settings and preview screen. Click All Printers to expand the drop-down menu. Instead of selecting an available printer, choose Save as PDF. Optionally you can customize the PDF document, paper size, color, orientation, etc. After that tap on the PDF button to choose a folder on your mobile phone, give the PDF file a new name and save it.