iResize
iResize
4.4

5.0

iResize free download for Mac

iResize4.4

04 September 2020

Batch, resize, and compress images.

Overview

iResize can resize, compress, and save as JPEG at 72dpi the images: GIF, JPEG, PICT, PNG, TIFF, and PSD or, for maximum quality, can resize images and save as PNG

Features:
  • New and streamlined interface
  • Resize images from as little as 1px up to 9999px
  • Easy and fast, drag and drop images or folder of images onto the app window and set the new size (vertical or horizontal)
  • Check the compression quality before resizing
  • Rename and add sequential numbering to the resized images, and/or
  • Add some text (example: -small) at the end of the file name
  • Handles accented characters (ü,ç etc.) in the file names
  • Localized in English

Note: While the software is classified as free, it is actually donationware. Please consider making a donation to help support development.

What's new in iResize

Version 4.4:

Note: Ready for macOS 10.15 Catalina

  • Solved an issue with the Conpression preview not showing the size of the compressed imeages.

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How would you rate iResize app?

31 Reviews of iResize

5
darrenhodson
14 January 2016
Version: 3.2.6

Most helpful

Perfect! - simple to use at every step - load folder, slider to resize, rename - prompt for where to save new files. Very happy.
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5
darrenhodson
14 January 2016
Version: 3.2.6
Perfect! - simple to use at every step - load folder, slider to resize, rename - prompt for where to save new files. Very happy.
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1
Palmharbor
18 December 2015
Version: 3.2.6
No clue given as where the new .jpegs are located...no file pull down given...if you do a search nothing comes up...WORTH WHAT YOU PAY...$0000.00
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5
DarlaAnne
25 September 2015
Version: 3.2.6
I literally downloaded this free app about 5 minutes ago and as I write this review, I have resized 65 photos, perfectly done!
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parvaiz13
31 August 2015
Version: 3.2.6
I am looking for a website where i can upload more than one image at a time and get them compressed. I used to use http://compresspic.com but it compresses only one image at a time. the quality is ultimate but i need to compress all images at a time not one by one. Please suggest.
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5
DobaKung
02 March 2014
Version: 3.2.6
It has all features you want for resizing and compressing photos. It can handle a batch-compression and resizing very well.
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Jjpong
12 June 2013
Version: 3.2.6
Taking a good look at its horizontal sliders, I have a feeling that this application is developed with READL Studio.
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1.5
Fixx
20 May 2013
Version: 3.2.5
does not understand 16 bit images. Interface weird (no process button or similar). Was not useful, images displayed just noise after conversion.
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Fredducker
22 October 2012
Version: 3.2.4
I dropped a bunch of images onto the program, but I'm not sure what to do next to launch the process. Cannot see an action button anywhere.
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4
InspiredLight
17 January 2012
Version: 3.2.4
Thanks for this free app. I had an earlier version and it was making images significantly darker. I was doing a size reduction. So I updated to 3.2.4, and it now makes the same image a little lighter when doing the same size reduction as before. The difference is less significant, but still noticeable. I thought perhaps this is normal when a JPEG is reduced in size, although I'd never noticed it before. So... For comparison: If I resize the same image in Photoshop I get zero (no noticeable) change in the image appearance. So it seems to me that either I am doing something incorrectly with this app, or this app doesn't maintain the exact same saturation / contrast / brightness, or something along those lines. Otherwise, it's a great app. Fast and easy to use. And very cost effective. Just make sure you're pictures are coming out the way you wanted.
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4
7Gary
30 December 2011
Version: 3.2.4
Looked for a program to reduce jpg files for uploading; this one looks like a winner for my simple needs. intuitive.
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4
Jstrait
15 December 2011
Version: 3.2.4
I was (am still) looking for a replacement for my Photoshop CS4 droplet. I don't want to fork out the $ for CS5, particularly with CS6 around the corner and unfortunately CS4 droplets are PPC and no longer work in Lion. This COULD be a solution for me but some critical things are missing. -Drag and drop (droplet) functionality -Sizing for a maximum length AND width (vs picking one or the other which leaves horizontals a different size than verticals.) Add those two functions and I would gladly PAY!!! It's hard to give a free app anything less than a five star review but I figured I had to be objective. :) Anyone with a suggestion for me would be SO appreciated! (reply to review)
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0.5
Stubbornlikeamule
01 September 2011
Version: 3.2.4
I'm using OSX Lion, and this just didn't work. Dragged an image to be re-sized, no preview, and nothing happened when I tried to save it.
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DDStuff
28 August 2010
Version: 3.1.1
This app saves me from using Photoshop for resizing every image. This one does them all with little effort! Awesome!
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5
Darth-Brooks
06 August 2010
Version: 3.0
Very nice, thanks! Just resized a folder of 356 JPGs 2272x1704 @ 180ppi to 1600x900. The resized pics are 72ppi and there seems to be no provision to select or maintain resolution... uh... this app is FREE? Ten stars!
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antoniong
07 July 2010
Version: 2.5.5
Dl'ed it and erased it after 3 tries. Each picture that I (individually) resize (tried larger, smaller same) get a "greyish" look. meaning parts that are white become grey and colors similar. Pref's were set to highes quality.
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Ninja-Boy
01 July 2010
Version: 2.5.4
You select a folder of images (not many) then ..., then .., what? nothing happens! No batch resizing of images, contrary to the app description!!! Deleted instantly ... totally useless!
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Rosgar
30 April 2010
Version: 2.5.2
Same old problem from 2.5.1.
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Rosgar
11 March 2010
Version: 2.5.1
Yay! this latest version iResize 2.5.1 is unstable. I installed, put it in application folder. Open, test one image file..export..Quit the application and when I try to open, it just quit (The application iResize quit unexpectedly). I restarted my mac (using MacOS X ver 10.4.11) and still getting the same results- So, I deleted iResize recent preferences in my library and it work, but if I want to open iResize again, it crash. Luckily, I still have this iResize 2.3.9 version, I'll just stay for now.
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Dogh
31 August 2008
Version: 2.3.9
I have used this program for over a year now to resize photos for Internet posting. I have never encountered any problems with it 'and' find it very user friendly, although I usually work with individual photos, rather than attempting to do batch resizing. The quality of the resulting image is exceptional. I would like to see more options in the total byte content of the resulting image though, as the gap between best, high, and medium seems a bit extreme. I am usually resizing to 300kb content or less at 900 x 600 . . and usually set to 'high' quality. But some photos are a bit too rich and result in >300kb at my chosen dimensions, forcing me to default to the medium resolution option. That's the only annoying thing I have encountered using this software. Otherwise, very user friendly and I luv it ! Dogh
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2
Colette
09 March 2008
Version: 2.3.9
Too late. I lost many images with this program. This costs me very much.
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Whit
17 October 2006
Version: 2.3.5
I dropped a folder to be re sized, thinking that it would copy the origionla files size but i lost all my pixels and was wondering if there was a way to revert to the original size??? Help, Please
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Andrea2066
02 May 2006
Version: 2.3
I need to convert batches of jpegs from my digital cam to upload to the web, and iResize is just what I was looking for. It works great!!
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4.5
Anonymous
07 March 2005
Version: 2.1
Very nice...the preview feature is appreciated...and clever! (would like to see DragN'Drop.)
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Anonymous
06 February 2005
Version: 2.0.1
Smallimage2 does the same thing and has many more options.
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Anonymous
02 February 2005
Version: 2.0
Tip: The droplet fixPrivilegies isn't needed anymore in iResize v2.0, but still for iResize v1.0 users
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3.75
Anonymous
27 December 2004
Version: 1.0
Just downloaded and love this little app. Works great on my little G3 OSX 10.3. My wife can stop trying to email 3 MB images to her friend now. Thankyou Easterbunny!
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5
Mac8myPC
08 November 2004
Version: 1.0
I was using photoshop or fireworks and neither one were cutting it. This little app is so easy to use and fast too. Grab the fixPrivileges app if you have any errors about opening the .jpg files.
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5
Anonymous
20 May 2004
Version: 1.0
Very nice. One minor thing - some jpegs I dragged produced an error ("Image format not supported...") something like that. I know they were kosher jpegs so it may be a bug. Try dragging a jpeg from the web onto your dersktop and then drag it onto the app and it will do this sometimes.
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5
Anonymous
21 October 2003
Version: 1.0
Great little app at a great price. Works very intuitively. Nice job!
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4.75
Anonymous
15 October 2003
Version: 0.9b2
Very nice little app. Nice to see b2 adds the height option. Works a treat on my large (20mb+) tiffs when I need to compress them to jpegs for the web and email (handy that it converts the resolution automatically to 72dpi - if that's what you want). Simple to use.
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4.5
Anonymous
13 October 2003
Version: 0.9b
Very nice little program. Nice interface. Very easy to use. The only drawback is you can only resize by width. It would be nice to be able to resize by height as well.
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