Convert the new HEIC image format to JPEG or PNG.
- Convert to either JPEG or PNG
- Fast! Converts 100 images in 6 seconds
- Preserves image metadata
To convert, either:
- Drag and drop HEIC images into the window
- Drag and drop HEIC images on the Dock icon
- Right-click the HEIC images and choose this app in the "Open With" menu
- Select "Open…" in the "File" menu and choose the HEIC images
Support for dark mode.
Ratings and Reviews
its free, it works
I don’t write many reviews, but I felt that since this program was free and it works, and it has so few good reviews, I should write give it a +1.
There are probably a dozen ways this program could be better, and if it was better, I would be very willing to pay money for it. But its free. There are no ads. And its super basic. And there is nothing wrong with that.
The biggest thing that bothers me is that I want the converted pics to go in a different folder and I have to pick that every time.
Would also be nice to be able to right click the picture in finder and choose “HEIC converter” instead of this drag and drop thing.
I’m sure the developer has many good ideas on how to make it better without me removing a star. Give it a decent review if you find that it works. Don’t be a hater and don’t be picky.
Developer Response ,
Thanks for the feedback. You can also submit feedback in the Help menu in the app.
> The biggest thing that bothers me is that I want the converted pics to go in a different folder and I have to pick that every time.
What's the pattern? Is it the same folder each time or a subfolder of the folder with the photos?
> Would also be nice to be able to right click the picture in finder and choose “HEIC converter” instead of this drag and drop thing.
You can right-click an image and choose HEIC Converter in the "Open With" menu.
This really works! And its FREE!
This app is perfect for converting HEIC to jpeg. You can choose to do a single photo, or you can choose up to 100. It's really simple to use. Just drag the photos to the box. Select the convert button. A prompt will ask about the resolution you want to save the photos at. Then it coverts the photos and conveniently ask if you would like to store the photos in the folder they came from. Really easy to use and its free. THANK YOU!
It even works!
Unlike the UNamazing iMazing app, this one actually works.
Minor flaw: why remove the fractions of seconds from the GPS time stamp? They're not particularly important, but why waste CPU cycles to remove them instead of copying the tag as-is?
Would also be a valuable improvement if it had two preference options: (1) delete original HEIC; and (2) put converted jpg in the original location
Developer Response ,
I will look into the GPS timestamp issue, but I have a feeling it's an issue with Apple methods for reading the image. 1. Good idea, I'll add this. 2. If you mean without prompting for location, this is unfortunately not possible because of sandboxing which prevents the app from writing to locations it hasn't asked for.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.