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Merge JPG Files Into One Online

by Hung Nguyen

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Use our online JPG merger to combine images into one document. It’s free to use, without signup or registration needed.

While combining JPG files into one long, continuous image isn’t possible, we make it easy to merge JPGs into one PDF document with our JPG to PDF tool for free. The result will be a compressed, lightweight, and easy-to-share or -view document containing your images.

There are two main ways to merge images into a single PDF file, which we’ll cover below:

How to Merge JPG to PDF the Quick Way

  1. Go to the JPG to PDF tool.

  2. Drag and drop your JPGs in.

  3. Rearrange the images in the correct order.

  4. Click “Convert” to merge the JPGs.

  5. Download your single document—done!

Merge JPG Files Into One Online

Merge multiple JPGs to PDF in one go

You can drag and drop as many image files as you like into the Merge JPG to PDF tool. In the preview area, you have a wide range of options to make your merged JPG file perfect: You can adjust the page size, margin, and orientation of your merged file. There are also functions to delete or zoom. The converter supports numerous other image types so you can upload PNG, GIF, TIFF, or BMP images. If you ever want to convert the merged file back to JPG, you can do that with the PDF to JPG tool.

By the way, we integrate with Dropbox and Google Drive so you can directly export and import your files to and from your cloud storage. That means you don’t have to upload or download anything to get your work done. Just pick a file directly from within Google Drive, and—using our extension—right-click to access the Smallpdf tool suite. Once you’ve used our tools to your heart’s content, you can save the file to your Google Drive.

How to Merge JPG to PDF, the Slightly More Tedious Way

  1. Convert each image to PDF with our converter.
  2. Download all of your files.
  3. Go to the Merge PDF tool.
  4. Drag all converted PDFs in the toolbox.
  5. Hit “Merge PDF,” wait, and download your merged PDFs.

In this case, you’re first converting each individual image to PDF format. On the bright side, there are no limitations when it comes to the number of PDF pages or files you can export. You can throw in as many PDFs as you’d like into the drop area of the merge tool, combining multiple JPG files into one.

What Does it Cost to Merge JPG Files?


The basic version of Smallpdf is free for anyone to use, including our JPG Merge tool. However, there’s a free daily usage limit. If you reach this limit and still have work to do, sign up for a 7-day free trial, which should be more than enough time to optimize your images. You can cancel anytime and try out all the other great tools Smallpdf has to offer.

If you decide to subscribe, you can choose from a number of different plans, ranging in price depending on whether you’re interested in an individual or team account. With any of the Pro accounts—and the free trial—you also get access to our downloadable offline desktop and mobile apps.

After one hour, all uploaded images and the merged file will be removed from the Smallpdf servers. During this time, do check out our suite of 20+ tools to help you organize, convert, and manage digital documents, from JPG to PDF.

What Else Does Smallpdf Offer?


If you sign up for a Smallpdf free trial, we suggest you try out the full suite of Smallpdf tools. Here’s a bit of inspiration for your trial run:

  • Split PDF - Extract pages from a PDF and split it into several documents.
  • Edit PDF - Edit text, highlight, and add notes to a PDF—whatever you need.
  • Lock or unlock your PDF - Add or remove a password from any PDF.
  • eSign PDF - Request signatures and sign documents with our e-signature tool in seconds.

Can't go wrong with our JPG merger

Hung Nguyen
Hung Nguyen
Senior Growth Marketing Manager @Smallpdf