I don't know, but assume that youâd be concerned if a website kept a copy and be fine if it didn't. So why use an online service for a conversion that could be done offline? OS X The default image viewer is Preview, which can export to PDF. If you do it regularly, use Automator or AppleScript, and a drop folder, service, workflow or applet. It will be way faster than uploading and downloading! Windows The default image editor is (I think) Photos; it can âprintâ to a PDF. Shouldn't be hard to automate.
I have a friend with an old Windows XP computer who makes a ton of money selling Windows software. She's doing it because shall make more money by selling the product if she can sell it to people who just pay the Windows OS price and not the fee for the Windows software. If you do it regularly, use Automation. Mac I use Preview, although I know many people prefer the offline options. You can get it for free from Apple's Website. I wouldn't use it for any more than a quick scan of the page. It looks fine for me, but IAM not going to tell others with it. iOS The default image viewer is photo; it can export to PDF. Can get some bigger, bigger companies (eBay, for example) to allow it. It's free, so I'd get it, but you should take a look at the options.