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TinyPic - easy image size reducer

1. crisderaud19 September 2010, 18:26 GMT +02:00

You know the problem: The new digicam takes great photos, but they are too big to send them via mail. Or your grandma has a new camera, but the last 5 Pictures took you a half hour to download. Tinypic can solve the problem and shrink digital images to 1/20 of the original size without too great a quality loss. This means you can send up to 150 images with one mail! The usage is that simple that even your grandma will be pleased. Just drag the pictures onto the program - ready.

The pictures will be resized and saved again. You can select different ways to preserve your original pictures:

I really like this one. Fast and easy with good results.


2. micromoth20 September 2010, 13:23 GMT +02:00

I've always liked Pix Resizer, available for free from


It's been around a while though - is Tiny Pic better?

3. crisderaud20 September 2010, 17:47 GMT +02:00

I think Tinypic is the easiest for fast results without configuring.

Pixresizer looks like a better one. I'm going to compare them.

4. crisderaud21 September 2010, 4:04 GMT +02:00

I like the drag-n-drop feature of TinyPic but the percentage choice size of pixresizer makes it a more useful tool.

The good thing is you can just have both!

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