Simple app that lets you resize photos and videos to any size up to 8192 px and 4k respectively, reformat, orient and share them. Informative UI, templates and flexible settings are designed to facilitate these tasks.

Main Features:

● Resize photos and videos
- use presets and manual input in pixels
- resize in 3 different ways: Stretch, Ratio clip and Ratio fit
- use orientation detection to resize to natural size
- batch resize
- anamorphic de-squeeze

● Reformat photos
- use PNG, JPEG, TIFF formats
- set JPEG compression quality
- use format auto-detection
- set photo DPI

● Reformat videos
- use MP4, QuickTime(MOV), M4V
- use format auto-detection
- set video bitrate

● Templates
- use collection of built-in templates

● Viewer/Player
- preview photos or play videos on Main and Result screens (long press photo/video to preview it)

● Share
- save and share via Instagram, Mail, Facebook, Message, etc
- set custom base name for all shared photos and videos

PRO Version features (in-App Purchase):

● Resize photos and videos in percent and aspect ratios

● Edit photos and videos
- flip and rotate
- set Fill Color for Ratio fit mode
- update position for Ratio fit and Ratio clip modes

● Create and Modify templates

Device specific max pixel size for photo | video:

* iPhone 5 and lower - 4096x4096 | 1920x1080 (1080p)
* iPhone 5s and newer - 8192x8192 | 3840x2160 (2160p)


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What's New

Version 2.2.5

- Fixed variants when video exceeds max permitted size
- Minor bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5

41 Ratings

41 Ratings

Not correct specs for recent iPhones


Basically useful but: Older iPhones created 8MP images of 3264x2448. Later iPhones create 12MPimages of 4032x3024. Currently, if you select a stretch for an anamorphic lens like the Moondog, this app DESAMPLES the image down to iPhone 6 spec and then stretches it. So, on an iPhone 8, desqueezing a 1.33 anamorphic image results in 4341x2448 instead of the correct 5363x3024. Lame.

This app defaults to iPhone 6 resolution as a starting point for any image, rather than using an imported image’s actual size. For iPhone 6s/7/8/X images this results in a 50% loss of data unless you manually reset the starting numbers every time. Again, lame. Developer responded basically with “too bad”, so my rating remains at 1 star.

Developer Response

There is no data loss, you just need enter desired size 5363x3024 once and it will be in the app until you change it.

No real competition

Chris Pike

The interface takes a little getting used to and there's no iPad optimization*, but if you need to resize photos (especially in batches) this is the app you need.

* The last few revisions have *totally* fixed this issue. This dev listens to customers.



Since Alex was kind enough to e-mail me to explain exactly how his app works, I am upgrading my review. Since cropped/enlarged photos will naturally be blurry, just use the in-app sharpener, or take it to another program with sharpening, clarity, etc. This app will be more helpful once landscape iPad orientation becomes available (developer working on it).

In-App Purchases

Upgrade to PRO

PRO tools, 2 more size inputs, template edits



Khutarshchykau A
7.4 MB
Photo & Video
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© Desqueeze
In-App Purchases
  1. Upgrade to PRO $2.99


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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