Perfect app for precise photo editing and resizing. It offers absolutely new features in addition to well-known standard editing tools. Informative and clear user interface helps to edit, resize, filter, format and share photos. For repetitive tasks there are customizable presets and Programs. Advanced users will appreciate metadata editor and batch processing. Powerful and lightweight, optimized for old and new devices and works in landscape and portrait orientation - this app will become a great assistant for any mobile photographer.
"Crop-Size is a photo editing app with some powerful features to make it a step above the rest." - Ryan Poolos, RayWenderlich.com
- Units px, %, cm, inch
- Undo/Redo list up to 100 steps
- Image details: size, file size, format, metadata, etc
- Move, resize, scale, rotate, etc standard gestures
- Manual input of position and size
- By-Pixel correction (tap crop marker to activate)
- 360° rotation and manual angle input
- Aspect Ratio presets (customizable)
- Crop grid
● Resize (upsize* and downsize)
- Manual input of image size
- Size presets (customizable)
- Relative slider and manual % input
- 3 resizing modes: Stretch, Clip and Insert
- Fill colors for Insert mode
- Preview in actual image size
- Photo de-squeeze
● Flip and Rotate
- Swipe gestures on Main and Batch Processing Screens: swipe in central part - flip, on sides - rotate
● Photo Filters, Controls and Effects
- Saturation, Contrast, Chrome, Bloom, Vignette, Sepia, Sharpen, Blur, etc
- Any combination of filters, controls and effects
- Intensity slider and preview with zoom
● Metadata Viewer
- General, TIFF, EXIF, JFIF, PNG, GPS, IPTC
- Available on Load and Metadata Screens
● Metadata Editor
- Resolution, DPI
- Creation Date
- Detailed IPTC editing (2 profiles)
- Ability to disable GPS, EXIF, TIFF, JFIF
- Save your edits as template on Export Screen
- Use stored edits on new photos on Load Screen
● Import / Load
- Photo Library albums
- Copied photos
- “Open With” from another app (single photo)
- Image preview with details (long press to activate)
● Export / Share
- iCloud, Email, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, iMessage, Photo Library, etc
- Formats Auto, JPEG, PNG, TIFF**, HEIC with compression quality for JPEG and HEIC
- File Size estimation for selected format
- Preview in actual image size with zoom
- Batch Processing and Sharing
Watch detailed video overview of CropSize main features - https://vimeo.com/188002923.
*Max size depends on specific device:
iPhone 4s/iPad mini/iPod touch 5 and lower - 3264 x 3264 px,
iPhone 5(s)/iPad retina & air/iPad mini 2-3/iPod 6 - 5000 x 5000 px,
iPhone 6/iPhone 6 Plus - 7000 x 7000 px,
iPhone 6s/iPhone 6s Plus/iPad air 2 and newer - 8192 x 8192 px
**TIFF is available for iPhone 5/iPad retina/iPad mini 2 and newer
***HEIC is available for devices that support this format natively
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Minor stability improvements and bug fixes
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Using CropSize I am now able to have a more streamlined workflow for managing my wife’s website images. She is an artist, and so I have to work with a large number of images.
Some while ago I devised a scheme whereby artwork info could be embedded in the IPTC section of a jpg file . . . Title, Medium, Dimensions and Portfolio. I used IPTC fields Heading, Caption, Supplementary Category and Category to hold the information.
I upload the full size image file embedded with the IPTC data I need. Using PHP and a little JS, I extract the IPTC information from the jpg file and use it accordingly, while at the same time create a thumbnail for each portfolio front page.
All worked well when I could sit or stand at my iMac and use Lightroom. Medical reasons presently prevent me from doing so. But I can readily work while reclining in a lounge chair with an iPad Pro, Apple Keyboard and Pencil.
Lightroom CC for iOS is nearly worthless, so I’ve spent the last 3 days investigating means to accomplish what I need. CropSize does exactly what I needed for editing IPTC data.
My only wish list item is to be able to load image files from a location other than iOS Photos. My website images are in the website directory, so I have to copy an image to Photos, process with CropSize and then copy back to the original directory before ftp to server.
So again, thank you for producing such a great tool and providing it a very reasonable price.
Had to resize some photos taken with my iPhone to post on a blog website.
This app works great. It took me a few minutes to figure the whole thing out and some experimentation saving the photos on my iPad. The selecting of photos from my library then choosing what I wanted to do, then accomplishing the resize, then saving and eventually retrieving and posting takes quite a few steps but does work great.
Interface gets weirder with every update
One of the main reasons I've been keeping this app around anymore is to quickly check the pixel dimensions and file sizes of photos before I choose whether or not to resize them. Before this last update, I could simply tap a photo on the list and the bottom of the screen would give me that information right away.
Now you have to tap that bottom bar to reach a hidden screen where that information's been tucked away. And if you select multiple photos to check, that same screen only shows the info for whichever one you most recently tapped.
Why would you make this so complicated? It used to be that CropSize was the best resizing app around, enough so that it lived on my iPad dock—now I don't even want to open it anymore.
Developer Response ,
Fixed starting v 3.1.1.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.