Here are the official Pdfcrowd browser plugins:
Save as PDF for Google Chrome
Save as PDF for Firefox
The Save as PDF add-on lets you save web pages to PDF in one click.
You can use the add-on for free, you don't need a Pdfcrowd account. However, if you are a power user and want to customize PDFs beyond the defaults you might consider obtaining the Pdfcrowd Browser License.
Open the web page you want to convert to PDF in the browser and click the Pdfcrowd toolbar icon. The icon starts animating which indicates that the conversion is in process. If the conversion succeeds, the resulting PDF is downloaded to your computer.
The Save as PDF toolbar icon is updated after each conversion:
You must stay logged in at pdfcrowd.com or your custom settings won't take effect.
Please note that PDF is not created on your computer but on Pdfcrowd servers. When you click the Save as PDF icon, the add-on sends the web page address to the Pdfcrowd service. The service downloads and converts the web page to PDF but it does not know about your local settings, cookies, or other installed add-ons so the created PDF might look different to what you see in your browser.
For instance converting a password protected web page (e.g. your web mailbox) will typically result into a PDF that contains a login page.
Converting a web page to PDF involves the following steps: