CropSize: Batch Image Resizer 4+

Crop, Resize, Edit Photo Size

Aliaksei Khutarshchykau

    • $2.99



Edit, crop and resize photos for your photo library, socials, documents, web and more. Use JPEG, PNG, TIFF, HEIC formats. Automate routine tasks with batch processing and workflows. Adjust image colors and photo metadata. Print at actual size with automatic page layout.

Check out our guides here ( to learn more about editing with CropSize.


CropSize Main Features:

• Precisely crop photos in standard Crop and Inverse Crop modes in pixels, inches and centimetres.
• Adjust the size and position of the crop frame using gestures.
• Specify the exact crop size and position using the keyboard.
• Rotate the image within a range of 0-360° using a slider.
• Specify the exact crop rotation angle using the keyboard (long press slider).
• Set crop aspect ratio with presets (long press Ratio button).
• Adjust crop position and size using one-pixel-correction (*) (tap crop marker).
• View detailed information about the crop, including size and rotation.
• Estimate the file size for the current crop.

• Precisely resize photos in four different modes: Stretch, Insert, Clip, and Canvas Size, in pixels, inches, and centimeters.
• Enter a specific image size up to 9000 x 9000 pixels using the keyboard.
• Specify the exact size using presets.
• Resize proportionally with a percentage slider.
• Specify relative size using the keyboard (long press slider).
• Adjust position using gestures and one-pixel-correction (*) for Insert, Clip, and Canvas Size.
• Preview changes in actual size.
• View detailed information about the resized image, including size and position.
• Estimate the file size for the current image size and position.

• Apply various photo filters and effects such as Saturation, Contrast, Chrome, Bloom, Vignette, Sepia, Sharpen, Blur, etc.
• Combine multiple photo filters and effects together.
• Adjust intensity using the slider or on-screen slide gestures.
• Preview changes before / after using two-finger gestures.

• Select and Edit multiple photos using tools such as Crop, Resize, Filter, Metadata.
• Apply additional Batch Settings on the Export screen.

• Save your current editing session as a Program (**) via the History menu.
• Reuse your saved Programs with any other selected photos from the Load screen.

• View picture metadata, including EXIF, TIFF, JFIF, PNG, GPS, IPTC.
• Add, remove, and replace IPTC metadata values.
• Preserve or remove EXIF, TIFF, JFIF, PNG, GPS metadata from the image.

• Flip and rotate pictures by 90° with one-finger swipe gestures on the Main and Batch Processing screens.

• Select photos from the Photo Library or Camera.
• Open up to 50 photos shared with the app from outside.
• Compress images into JPEG, PNG, TIFF, HEIC formats with quality settings.
• Specify filename and metadata profile for export.
• Print multiple photos per page in actual size using the app-specific printer "Print + Picoala Auto Layout".
• Save results to the Photo Library, share them via email or social media, and perform other standard tasks.

(*) One-pixel-correction is a CropSize unique tool that allows user to move or resize an editing frame in a specific direction by one pixel for each click or tick while the button is pressed.

(**) Program is a CropSize unique tool that allows user to save an entire editing session to the app storage and then reuse it at any time to apply all saved edits to a new photo or batch of photos.


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What’s New

Version 5.0.9

We've fixed the bug responsible for the occasional incorrect color display that occurs when switching between light and dark themes multiple times.
Additionally, we've implemented various minor stability enhancements to the app.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
363 Ratings

363 Ratings

Anadzeal ,

CropSize Magic

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.

Celeca7 ,


All I need is an app that allows me to resize images (in cm or inches) and then either save them at the new size or at least let me print them at the new size. This app claims to do just that. But it doesn’t work. There were so many good reviews I decided to take the $5 chance. It was a mistake.

I choose a photo. I choose the size — 4.5 x 6.5 inches. I check and double check the size. Make sure everything’s correct. I print it. Of course it prints the image at 8x10. Why? Because that was the size of the original image. In other words, it does nothing.

I’m happy someone’s getting good use out of this app. Unfortunately it couldn’t handle the job I needed it to do.

Developer Response ,

It seems you've changed your rating from 1 star to 5 stars, but you forgot to update the review itself, after we've released the new Print Plus feature. I suppose most people are confused with it.

Original Response:
Thank you for your review. The problem may be in DPI that was specified in the app settings and on metadata screen. Could you please email us and we will try to help you.

Boodlums ,

Functionality I missed from Optics

Ever since the old "Optics" app went kaput I've been aching for a replacement. I finally found this one! Optics had the pixel-accurate cropping via the dimensions-displaying selection marquee and an eyedropper tool. Apple's screenshot tool has an eyedropper, so I still needed the measurement/cropping tool. I'm so happy to find this app! 😃😃😃😃😃😃😃

Now I just need one small tweak: one of the things I loved about Optics is that the zoomed image was NOT antialiased. This app blurs the edges, which makes it very difficult to find the actual edge of an object within the image. Please let me see the pixel edges crisply. Thank you.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your review. We will consider to implement such a feature in future versions.

App Privacy

The developer, Aliaksei Khutarshchykau, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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