I have released BatchResizer2 which is a successor version of BatchResizer.
So if you are using iOS9 or later, BatchResizer2 is recommended.
BatchResizer is a simple app which enables you to resize or crop to square or rotate a number of photos at a time.
The resized photos can be saved in camera roll or sent by e-mail or into Dropbox.
Resize settings are customizable and you can quickly pick the setting and go easily.
- Shrink several photos at once
- Resizing and cropping square in one operation
- Adding white border and dropping shadow
- You can make presets of resize settings
- Output image format is selectable(PNG or JPEG)
- You can send the resized photos by email or save to Dropbox without saving them to Camera Roll
URL scheme is batchresizer://
This app requires you to access privileges of your photos. When you run the app for the first time, you will be prompted to give the permission. If you want change the permission later, you can set it by launching Settings app and change the switch of BatchResizer at "Privacy -> Photos".
- Updated Dropbox API from v1 to v2
※Please re-login to Dropbox in the settings view if you use Dropbox.
Ratings and Reviews
GR8 UI, File handling ok, Best tested
This app's user interface on iPhone is very good, the UI on iPad is excellent. Also, its thumbnail list shows the dimensions of photos in an Album = very handy. Upgrade is a good value. If you don't edit the new, resized photos further you're all set.
Caution: After the batch / bulk resize process the new photos show up in the app as the proper size...
:But: for the new photos, the image file number and new resolution may show up in a few photo editing apps wrong - pointing to the old file.
tested iPhone 5 w/ iOS 8.3
also upgraded to no ads
have not found *any* bulk / batch image resize apps that work right yet! This app is by far the best.
I LOVE this app. It is my best friend for my job. Only issue is, that app seems pretty dated, even with the most recent updates. I would give 5 stars if the app was optimized for iPhone X. Yes I know that there’s BatchResizer 2 that may be optimized but I do NOT like BR2.
Ever get a computer e-mail with a high-resolution pic that requires scrolling all over the screen in order to see it? For that reason, I like to limit the landscape format pictures I send to a maximum width of 800 pixels. Many resizing programs will do this for a single picture, in addition to automatically scaling the height of the picture, so there is no distortion. BatchResizer will automatically do this with a number of pictures, which is fantastic! Here is how I got the result that I wanted: After allowing the program to access my photos, I tapped the blue resolution bar at the top of the screen. In the "Resize Settings" box, I then tapped the "plus" sign. To create a new resize option, I put 800 in the width box, and put a check mark in the "Force" box next to "Height". This left the "Height" box with no value, but ultimately, it will force the picture to scale the height automatically. Once you create a new resize option, it will appear in the list of the "Resize Settings" box. I also slid the JPEG quality bar over to 100%. When my resize option is selected, it appears in the blue bar at the top of the main screen as "W:800 x H:0" (100%). All I have to do now is select the pictures I want to resize, and tap the arrow in the upper right-hand corner. This will send the resized pictures to either an email or to my camera roll, leaving the original picture in its original resolution and location. WHAT A GREAT APP!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.