In this study, the Apk2Img4AndMal framework, which provides information about the application without the need for static or dynamic attributes, is recommended. The proposed framework reads APK files in binary format and converts them to grayscale images. In the classification phase of the framework, the convolutional neural network (CNN) is used, which gives successful results in image classification. In this way, the required features are obtained through a CNN. Therefore, there is also no feature extraction phase as other dynamic or static analysis-based frameworks. This property is the most important advantage of the Apk2Img4AndMal framework. The proposed framework is tested with 24588 Android malware and 3000 benign applications. The highest performance achieved in the study is up to 94%, according to the accuracy metric.