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WebP to PNG Converter

Welcome to our free and user-friendly web tool for converting WebP images into PNG format! Our tool is designed to make the image conversion process as quick and easy as possible, without any need to download or install software. With just a few clicks, you can convert your WebP images into high-quality PNG format, which can be used in a variety of applications.

One of the best things about our tool is that it runs entirely on the client-side, meaning that none of your images are ever uploaded to a server. This ensures that your images are always kept safe and secure, while also protecting your privacy. Additionally, our tool is completely free to use and can be used endlessly, without any limitations on the number of images you can convert.

Our tool is designed to be as user-friendly as possible, with an intuitive and simple interface that requires no technical skills. Simply upload your WebP file, select your desired PNG output format, and click the 'Convert' button to get your converted file. Our tool also has a maximum file size of 50mb, making it perfect for converting large images with ease.

In summary, if you're looking for a fast, free, and secure way to convert your WebP images into high-quality PNG format, look no further than our web tool. Give it a try and see how easy image conversion can be!


Files can be accessed either by dragging and dropping or, opening the file dialog then selecting the files you wish to convert.

To perform the conversion simply press the convert button, and the files will be saved directly to your downloads folder.

Why convert WebP to PNG

Compatibility: WebP is a relatively new image format and not all devices and software support it. By converting the WebP image to PNG, you can ensure that the image is viewable on a wider range of devices and platforms.

Personal preference: Finally, it's worth noting that personal preference can also play a role in your decision to convert a WebP file to PNG. Some people simply prefer PNG format over WebP format for a variety of reasons, such as compatibility, ease of use, or familiarity.