As the market is exploding with apps that convert files to and from PDF format, there’s a need for a solution that helps developers build such apps easily and quickly. This is exactly what PDF.to is meant to do.
Its API (application programming interface) lets developers bring PDF.to’s converter tools in their workflow seamlessly so that they can build apps that convert any file to and from PDF format. Here are simple steps for developers to use its API: https://pdf.to/api/documentation#tool
Its tools convert PDF to or from any format like Word, JPG, PNG, Excel, PPT, Image, HTML, ePub, CSV, ODT, XLS, TIFF, and many others. It also helps you edit PDFs by just dragging the file and adding images and text. Or, you can draw something to edit the PDF by just clicking the action buttons.
For PDFs with more than one page, you can edit the page you want by clicking it, and the selected page will be bordered.
It comes with a powerful OCR (optical character recognition) feature that allows you to extract text from any PDF and convert it into other formats like Word, Excel, etc. with great ease.
You can convert several files on-the-go with the help of a batch upload feature. After the conversion is over, you can zip and email multiple files as well. Speed and reliability are the hallmarks of PDF.to. While other tools may give you hiccups like slow speed and failed conversions, PDF.to never lets you down.
Since 2019, it has enabled 180,750 conversions to and from PDF format. With its API, it’s all set to become the preferred tool for developers to build apps that allow such conversions easily. The founder, Johnathan Nader, is passionate about using technology to build products that offer simple solutions to complex problems. His platform called Yout was rated #1 at Product Hunt. With PDF.to, he’s helping developers find the most reliable tools for bringing PDF conversion feature in their apps.