Developer: Maxim Gapchenko
Current Version: 2.5
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 8.5 MB - Download
Intelligent Resizer - Rescale Photos Without Rescaling the Subject!
iResizer scale an image without changing important visual content such as people, buildings, animals, etc. While normal resizing affects all pixels uniformly when scaling an image, iResizer resizing mostly affects pixels in areas that do not have important visual content.
iResizer lets you shrinking or enlarging images to improve a composition, fit a layout, or change the orientation.
iResizer is a handy way to resizing images non uniformly while preserving the key features of the picture.
iResizer avoiding distortion of the important parts of the image. It also can be used to remove portion ot the image in a consistent way. For example, you can turn a landscape picture into a square picture and close up the space between people in a image if they are a long way apart. It also works in reverse and you can use it to make an photo larger.
You can mark important elements in the image using green marker, this technique is handy if you have areas of the image that you want to retain at the expense of other areas and it can also be used to protect people in the image. Also you can use red marker to select which features of the image should be discarded.
*Added new aspect ratio presets(5:3, 5:4, 3:2, 7:5)
*Optimized memory usage
*Added ability to move the image around while holding the space button
*Added Retina display support
*Minor bugs fixing
Most Helpful Reviews
Works good - Nice app to resize photos but I would appreciate if you add rotate options as well.
Worst app I have ever bought - If you mark something to important and have a loto of extra space, it crumples up the rest of the image. So if there are people you don't want next to those you want, they are layered into some kind of cross between a fun house/horror movie effect. Not even worth checking out if it were free.
More Reviews for Current Version
It works, but $20 is a lot for what you get - I needed something to resize photos for web forums. I am sure I could do it through my photo software but these were simple iPhone pictures but I needed to do this in a pinch. The older you get with newer OS the more you pay for retro stuff for convenience purposes. This $20 wasn’t well spent but I needed it on a very quick time frame.