DragNScale
DragNScale
3.0.0

2.0

DragNScale free download for Mac

DragNScale

3.0.0
28 November 2015

Image scaler.

Overview

Drag-N-Scale is an easy to use application for browsing and scaling images.

  • Browse or scale a folder of images or add images individually.
  • Drag the application window to resize the displayed image.
  • Batch save all imported images at the new size or save individual images at different sizes.
  • Add sequential numbering to image names.
  • Drag scaled images from Drag-N-Drop to other appications or your desktop.
  • Drag-N-Scale can also email scaled images with the click of a button.
  • Set your desktop picture with Drag-N-Scale.

What's new in DragNScale

Version 3.0.0:
  • Main window's initial size adjusted to fit on smaller displays

Requirements for DragNScale

  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.7.0 or later

11 DragNScale Reviews

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Funjoy
05 January 2008

Most helpful

Works great for fast resizing. One added feature request: have the app calculate what the expected file size will be as you are dragging (or, if that's too difficult to program, show the expected file size when dragging/scaling stops).
Like (2)
Version 2.0
The-Equalizer
07 September 2012
This is just an image viewer. It does nothing else.
Like (1)
Version 2.6
1 answer(s)
Tfindlay
Tfindlay
28 March 2013
You can batch scale selected images by simply resizing the window. You can also sequentially number selected images. Resized images can be saved or emailed.
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Cowicide
14 May 2012
New review for new update. 2.6 seems much improved since my last review. The image now updates in size in realtime which is great. Now if it just had a crop tool like EasyCrop, we'd be in business since it's also 4 bucks cheaper than EasyCrop. Also, It'd be great if you could also make images bigger. But, for now, if you only need to scale images smaller and don't need to crop them, this seems like a great app for that.
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Version 2.6
Cowicide
30 October 2011
Buggy interface with 2.5. I dragged a jpeg into the thumbnail area, selected it and started dragging the window around to resize it, but the image doesn't really update its size in real time like I'd hope it would (and like EasyCrop does) and disappears altogether if I drag the window larger and I'm not sure it even worked because I pretty much gave up. I was hoping this would be a competitor for EasyCrop, but not even close. I hope the developer continues working on this and I'll check it out again down the road. As it is now, I can't really use it. And, it doesn't do cropping which very often goes along with scaling images.
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Version 2.5
1 answer(s)
Cowicide
Cowicide
14 May 2012
2.6 seems much improved since my last review. The image now updates in size in realtime which is great. Now if it just had a crop tool like EasyCrop, we'd be in business since it's also 4 bucks cheaper than EasyCrop. Also, It'd be great if you could also make images bigger. But, for now, if you only need to scale images smaller and don't need to crop them, this seems like a great app for that.
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Cowicide
25 October 2011
I like the simple interface of Drag-N-Scale, but I use EasyCrop because it scales images visually AND you can crop them as well.
Like (1)
Version 2.5
Funjoy
05 January 2008
Works great for fast resizing. One added feature request: have the app calculate what the expected file size will be as you are dragging (or, if that's too difficult to program, show the expected file size when dragging/scaling stops).
Like (2)
Version 2.0
Tfindlay
01 December 2007
roro01: ResizeIt and Drag-N-Scale take different approaches to resizing. The main feature of Drag-N-Scale is visual resizing. You don't have to enter any width or height numbers, just resize the window. You don't need to worry about the email feature. There is no fishing going on here although I understand your concern. A future version of Drag-N-Scale will automate this process and use your default mail application.
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Version 2.0
Roro01
01 December 2007
AVOID THIS APPLICATION! ResizeIt 2.0.1 size is only 296 KB and it has more features, e.g. saving in different formats, than this application the size of which is about 8 MB. I also didn't like the email feature which require you to put in your mail server details, email address and your password - why that? The email button should simply open your default email application. Something is fishy here.
Like (1)
Version 2.0
1 answer(s)
Tfindlay
Tfindlay
24 October 2011
The email issue you mention has been eliminated. Clicking the email button opens your default email client with the photos attached.
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Tfindlay
01 December 2007
GUFFIN: Drag-N-Scale is programmed not to increase the size of images since doing so would result in pixelation of the image.
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Version 2.0
Phy6
15 March 2007
The application cannot handle small images. I have a 40x40 image that I want to rescale to 20x20, but the window cannot even get that small. Also, the application cannot increase the size of images. For large images, from a digital camera for example, Drag-N-Scale works well. Unfortunately, this is not a general use application.
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Version 1.0
MacEric
20 September 2005
Worked nice for resizing. Couldn't figure out why the name changes I typed were not applied when I saved the new sizes.
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Version 1.0
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