Reduce your image size in few seconds...
We capture our precious moments in the form of images and always want to share them with our family and friends. But a lot many times, we are unable to do so due to large image sizes. A perfect solution to this problem is Image Resizer.
It is a useful and effective tool to resize single and multiple images, without compromising with image resolution and its quality. Using this tool, you can select photos from Photos Library, Photos or from any folder on your machine.
Get the all new Image Resizer app and be assured that you have the best tool to resize, crop, rotate, flip any image to any direction or convert it to any other format.
Awesome tool for photo resizing.
• Resize single or batch of photos
• High quality results and great speed
• Easy image compression
• Predefined settings option
• Easily convert pictures into different formats
• Resize and convert
• User friendly UI
• Easy selection of output resolution, rename files or compress, choose a specific destination to save resized images.
• Rotate image to 90 degrees clockwise, anti-clockwise, rotate 180 degrees, Flip Horizontal and Vertical.
• Custom size can be chosen and photo can be resized percentage wise
• Resized images do not lose quality
How to use Image Resizer:
To use this app, first you need to select the location from where you wish to take the image. You can do so by selecting the option at the bottom left of the app. Then select the photo/ photos you wish to resize and perform the desired operation.
macOS 10.14 (Mojave) support added.
Minor Bug fixes and improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
The app works great in a sense that it does exactly what it needs to. It’s relatively easy to resize images quickly. Two things that really bothered me:
First, for some context, I have an 11” Macbook Air — it was stupid difficult to get the app to fit my screen. When it opens, you cannot minimize the screen to show the “Next” bar at the bottom. Diagonal resize arrows would be great rather than only horizontal. I would even take vertical ones. At least throw a scroll bar on the side.
Second, I am unable to tab from value to value when resizing. If I want a custom size for the H x W, after entering the desired size in H I can’t tab to W. Minor issue, but annoying.
Otherwise worth it for $.99.
Very useful, but lacks a simple option
I find this application good overall. It gets the job done. My only issue with it, every time I use it, is that it defaults to saving the image into an “image resizer” folder the app makes in my Picture folder. I personally have never had the need to save my output to that folder. In my case, I nearly always want to have the new images outputted to the source folder (renamed, of course, which this app easily handles). Each time the app is started, it will again, default to having the output folder to the one I mentioned above. Choosing the output folder is perhaps the operation that takes the most time each time I use this app.
Is it still worth buying? I had said yes, but I’m now editing my review. I see that PhotoResize provides the easy option to save the output to the source folder. It’s the same price ($1.99), so I’m going to switch to that app.
Still missing out
Not all of the features advertised or I had hoped for. There is not a checkbox to keep the images in the original folder like in the screenshots. I want to be able to set a max width or hight; you can only set a ratio to resize to. Also, there is no way to optimize the photo. I like that it can take a lot of photos from different places. The interface is pretty dark an clunky; it seems like the UI could be condensed and updated.
I just want a simple and quick app to put photos through before I put them on my sites. This is missing some of the key features.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.