Downsize
Downsize
2.7.2

2.7

Downsize free download for Mac

Downsize2.7.2

04 February 2010

Resizes photos for emailing.

Overview

Downsize is a companion for your digital camera when you want to email photos to your friends, or prepare images for the web. Resize, watermark, and frame images from an entire folder on your hard drive or from an iPhoto album that you've created. Downsize offers more compression and size options than iPhoto and creates files of much smaller sizes. Get just the look you need by adding multiple watermarks, rounded corners, and drop shadows to your images.

What's new in Downsize

Version 2.7.2:
  • Fixes regression bug that caused drop shadows to fail on images with no frame.

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How would you rate Downsize app?

14 Reviews of Downsize

Mac5
27 January 2010
Version: 2.7.1

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I have been using this app since day one. Its been a truly excellent small application that I have used day after day without a single problem. I take thousands of photographs each year, and I email many of them around the world. Its simple, it works, and its great value for anyone that takes photos and needs them cut down in size, or needs to emboss them with either their name or a logo. Definitely recommended to other Mac users. Been a Mac user since 1982, and have lots of Mac experience behind me.
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Localboy56
21 March 2019
Version: 2.7.2
Doesn't seem to work in Mojave but it's been a good little app.
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Mac5
27 January 2010
Version: 2.7.1
I have been using this app since day one. Its been a truly excellent small application that I have used day after day without a single problem. I take thousands of photographs each year, and I email many of them around the world. Its simple, it works, and its great value for anyone that takes photos and needs them cut down in size, or needs to emboss them with either their name or a logo. Definitely recommended to other Mac users. Been a Mac user since 1982, and have lots of Mac experience behind me.
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Mine
14 September 2006
Version: 2.7
Purchased downsize almost 2 weeks ago, paid for it and no move at all from the develpper. No serial, nor instructions received. feel like robbed at this time.
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2.25
Anonymous
15 November 2005
Version: 2.6
It's not the real deal. You have minor options for 19 Dollars. Downsize 2.6 hangs sometimes when you open a large source of images. A piece of software that costs 19$ should not hang!!! NOT recommended.
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Anonymous
24 August 2005
Version: 2.5
Can not get it work!
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Anonymous
23 August 2005
Version: 2.5
can't gimp do all this & more for free?
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4.75
Hedemann
30 June 2005
Version: 2.3
Excellent software, and the new features are well worth the price. More features I would like to see: 1: Being able to rotate images in 1 degree increments instead of 90 degrees only. 2: Drag and drop support for the dock icon. Thanks for a great piece of software.
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4.75
Anonymous
22 May 2005
Version: 2.2
It's an excellent software. I tried Resize! 1.4.2 and iResize 2.3 and this beats them both, hands down. It does what says and the interface is great. Yes, it's that good, just give it a try. You won't regret it!
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Derekpunsalan
07 February 2005
Version: 2.2
decent app. does what it's supposed to do. there are two things that i find kind of annoying though. one is that there is no preference option to send resized images directly to the desktop. the only option is to have another folder automatically created which pops open after the resize id done. secondly, there is no drag and drop functionality if the icon is sitting in the dock. i need to have drag n' drop. are there any image resizer apps that support this feature?
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Anonymous
08 January 2005
Version: 2.1
K-Resize is free and do the same work without trouble. http://macupdate.com/info.php/id/16845 :-)
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Anonymous
07 January 2005
Version: 2.1
Should really be in the OS itself. Come on Apple sort it out.
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Anonymous
13 May 2004
Version: 1.1
I appreciate the developer's work, but why pay for something that a program you already have, iPhoto, does for you?
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Anonymous
29 March 2004
Version: 1.0
I select Max with 300 px and then the pictures is processed to thumbnails in different sizes. Something went wrong
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Joel-Sanchez
28 March 2004
Version: 1.0
Very cool! I was looking for just such an application. Even with DSL, uploading pics through e-mail can be tedious due to photo size. iPhoto gives limited downsizing choices. Kudos!
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