Simple PNG-JPEG & JPEG-PNG Converter

A quick and easy PNG ⇔ JPEG converter. Enjoy!

FAQ – PNG to JPEG Image Converter

What’s the benefit of converting a PNG to JPEG?

Converting a PNG image to JPEG can significantly reduce the file size, which is beneficial for faster loading times on websites, reducing storage space requirements, and sharing images more quickly. JPEG uses lossy compression, which sacrifices some image quality for a smaller file size, making it more suitable for photographic images where small details loss is less noticeable.

What’s the benefit of converting a JPEG to PNG?

Converting a JPEG image to PNG offers lossless compression, preserving the original image quality without any loss of detail. PNG also supports transparency, making it suitable for images with complex shapes or transparent backgrounds. Converting JPEG to PNG is beneficial when you require high-quality images or need to maintain transparent backgrounds for web or graphic design purposes.

Is my data secure while using this image converter?

Absolutely! This image converter processes all image conversions locally in your browser. Your images are never uploaded to our servers, ensuring that your data remains secure and private.

Are there any limits on the number of images I can convert?

You can convert up to 10 images in a single session. If you need to convert more images, simply refresh the page and continue with your conversions. This limit is set to ensure optimal performance and prevent potential issues on lower-end devices.

Can I use this image converter on my mobile device?

Yes, our image converter is designed to be responsive and can be used on both desktop and mobile devices. The interface will adjust to fit your device’s screen size, making it easy to convert images on the go.

What happens to the converted images once I close the browser or refresh the page?

Once you close your browser or refresh the page, any converted images that were not downloaded will be lost. The converted images are stored temporarily in your browser’s memory, and they are not saved on our servers. To avoid losing your converted images, be sure to download them before closing the browser or refreshing the page.

When should I use JPEG instead of PNG, and vice versa?

You should use JPEG for photographs or images with complex colors and gradients, where small details loss is less noticeable, and smaller file sizes are desired for faster loading or sharing. PNG is more suitable for images with sharp edges, text, illustrations, or when transparency is required. PNG maintains the original image quality but may result in larger file sizes compared to JPEG.