iMazing HEIC Converter

Developer: DigiDNA SARL

Current Version: 1.0.5

Last Updated: 4 months ago

Download Size: 10.7 MB - Download


iMazing HEIC Converter is the first 100% free solution to easily convert pictures taken in the new HEIF format. Easy to use, efficient, and compatible with older macOS versions, it's a cute little utility we hope you'll find useful!

- Convert HEIC files to JPG or PNG
- Super easy to use: drag and drop files or folders and hit Convert
- Compatible with older macOS versions (10.8 Mountain Lion and higher)
- Includes EXIF data when converting to JPG
- Adjustable compression/quality ratio of JPG output


Release Notes:

- Improved compatibility with different HEIC file flavours.
- Better error reporting.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.0.4
Review by charliechocolate9970

Quick and lightweight - This application works exactly as described. Drop the photos and convert. Perfect. Thank you!

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
Version 1.0.4
Review by funkwater

It does nothing. - I installed the app, opened it, dragged a perfectly valid HEIC file and dropped where it said, and.... nothing happened. Ok, weird. Closed the app, tried again. Same outcome: absolutely nothing. Sigh. Closed the app. Right clicked on the HEIC file and chose Open With... and selected the app. App opens. Nothing happens. Closed the app. Drag it to Trash. Get on with my life. This app simply does not work.

Found helpful by 7 out of 9 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 1.0.5
Review by designwald

For those of you who this app doesn’t work for - Ok, so I had the same issues of dropping .HEIC files on the app and nothing happened. While on the phone with Apple to try and convert the files to .JPG file format, I discovered that all my files that were labeled .HEIC files, were in reality JPEG files. I just renamed the files to .JPG and they opened just fine. What I suppose might be happening is that I transferred my photos using Photo Transfer App on my phone and Mac. The files came over converted to JPEG, but the file names still had .HEIC extension, so I assumed that they were HEIC and tried using this converter. It didn’t work and the reason it didn’t was because the files were actually JPEGs with .HEIC extension.. So, if this converter doesn’t work, try renaming your files to .JPG and see if they open.

Found helpful by 6 out of 6 people
Version 1.0.5
Review by Microbugette

Worked instantly on my 2011 iMac! - Installed quickly. Downloaded problem attachment from an email to my iMac (MacOS Sierra 10.12.6) first, then dragged it to the app converter, then saved it to documents as a JPEG file. Perfection.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
Version 1.0.5
Review by gym-mom

Works great! - Thanks for this invaluable little app!! :)

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
Version 1.0.5
Review by Nick Hoffman

Easier alternative built into OSX - This app was buggy and crashed after the 3rd HEIC photo added. I did some poking around and found an easier built-in alternative. Simply create an Automator workflow using the “Change type of images” block under the “photos” category. The automator task worked perfectly; no special app needed!

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
Version 1.0.5
Review by cwlindy

Just OK - So of the 55 photos I tried to convert it said 7 were invalid? I need these photos for a school project. So I imported them into the Apple Photos app, then exported them as jpeg files. Why I did not think of that in the first place??? Anyhow all 55 converted using Photos.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people