Current Version: 1.4
Last Updated: 7 months ago
Download Size: 2.6 MB - Download
Compress is an app that enables you to reduce the weight of your pictures in just a few clicks, whilst making sure you maintain the image quality.
** Demo version available ! Try it for free : hugyapps.com/compress/lite **
By adjusting the compression ratio, you can view the difference in quality as compared to the original, as well as the compressed image size.
You will be amazed by how much you can reduce the weight with no visible difference in image quality.
Thanks to the parallel comparison of the original and the post-compression images, you can adjust the weight of your photos to be exactly as you need them!
• Reduce the weight of your attachments with no loss in resolution.
• Save more photos in your online albums.
• Reduce the space occupied by your photo library.
• Optimise the weight of the images on your website or blog.
• Send your images faster than ever.
• Adjustable compression ratio (average weight reduction of 70% with no visible loss in quality).
• Instantaneous display of weight saved and post-compression image view, for easy comparison with the original.
• Possibility to edit several images simultaneously.
• Finished documents in JPEG format.
If you have any questions or problems, do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected]
MacOS 10.12 compatibility
Most Helpful Reviews
Great Support - I purchased this app today and upon using it, my compressed jpeg was distorted. I notified the support and they discovered that my file was corrupted. They fixed it using a repair app that's under development. I have the highest regard fro these guys, they dedicated and committed to their product. The app really works well for me. I'm using it to email ad images. Great work guys.
Doesn’t work - When compressing RAW files it just spins, would have been great to know before purchasing it.
More Reviews for Current Version
Could get 5 stars if only... - …this app provide the capability to save your compressed files to one location. Instead, each time you compress images, it forces you to save to a new folder. The result is that I have dozens of folders named “compress” on my system making it very confusing to find the right folder. It seems like this should be an easy fix and if I were able to save all of my compressed images to the folder of my choosing without having to create a new folder each time I run the app, this would get 5 stars… It app does what it says though. It will compress your image files significantly.