This app allows you to resize an image to whatever size you like (with limitation), quickly and easily.
You can specify the output format using one of the following four units of measurement: pixels, millimeters, centimeters, inches
To preserve aspect ratio just tap on the chain icon between width and height input fields.
Image Size gives you the option of saving, emailing, printing or sharing the final image.
Resize your image in just four easy steps:
- Open an image or take a photo
- Enter your desired output size
- Crop the image with your fingers using multitouch gestures
- Save / print / send / share image
The photo editor has a new tool to mirror the image. Additionally, a new resizing method called "<= pixel" has been added. In this mode the image is scaled down proportionally to the maximum pixel value based on the longest side. If both the width and the height of the opened image are smaller than the set maximum pixel value, the image size will not be changed.
Ratings and Reviews
Frustrating image resize shouldn’t cut off parts of pictures (I paid for no ads)
Update Review: The developer contacted me about the app. Telling me the app doesn’t cut of pictures. I just have to hit the chain & it turns blue. I don’t think they really get the idea of picture resizing. I want to resize the picture to what size I want without the image being cut off. Not have the app tell me what size the photo should be by what numbers I put in either spot. I need specific sizes so that chain option isn’t working for me. The picture ends up being to big. I end up having to use paint for certain pictures. I really hope they update it and make it more like paint. Where you can change pixels, MM, CM, and inches without what I said before losing part of the image. The chain only works if you don’t need a specific size. So my review stays the same.
First Review :
So I have the full version app. But I feel like things need to be updated. When you resize a picture you don’t want half of it to be cut off. That isn’t really resizing it? Of course it making it bigger but it’s leaving apart of the bottom of the picture and side of picture cut off. They really need to fix this because it defeats the purpose of the app. I might as well get a refund and just use paint to resize my pictures which enlargers the entire photo without cutting something out of it.
Developer Response ,
Thank you for your feedback. Like the description says: “To preserve aspect ratio just tap on the chain icon between width and height input fields.” If you activate the chain icon and its color is blue, than the app will actually resize the image. You can not resize an image to what ever size you want without cropping or stretch/shrink. You can only actually resize image if you preserve aspect ratio of the image.
Won’t print desired size any more
I’ve been using this app for some time and it’s been great for printing exactly the size I want to transfer a digital drawing or tracing to paper for watercolor, etc. Suddenly, it will no longer print the size I specify. Is this because of the update to iOS 11? What can I do to get this back? I’m using an iPad Pro and an iPad mini 4. If I could resolve this, it would return to a 5-star app, in my opinion. But it’s useless to me if it won’t print the specified size. Thanks.
I’m using the print button in the app, which has always worked fine, over my home WiFi. I tried to print approximately 8x10, 5x7, and 4x6, and none came out the right size. I say approximately because it depends on the size of the image with the constraint for keeping the original proportions turned on. The only new thing on my end is iOS 11. I also made sure to update the app and try before writing my review. Thanks for your attention to this.
Update: I’ve gotten it working again and I have to say their customer support is excellent. Highly recommended.
Developer Response ,
Dear Boy Howdy Game Fan, I just printed from iPad Pro with iOS 11 and iPhone 6s with iOS different images with different sizes, with the option for keeping the original proportions turned on and off. All prints come out in the correct size. Is the print correction factor in the app settings perhaps not zero? Or maybe something is wrong with the printer? Please try to print with another app. I'm sorry I can not help you.
Excellent, Now includes JPG Quality as a Setting
This app is simple and produces a high-quality output. I like the ability to make minor adjustments to the photo. The only thing I wish it had, is the ability to change the JPEG quality so that the size of the output JPEG file could be reduced. If it had the ability to change JPEG quality, I would quickly purchased the ad free version. The ads are definitely a nuisance, but the cost to illuminate them is minimal.
Modified review - I have changed my review to a 5 after the developer improved the program within days of my request improvement. Very impressive! What would make this perfect now would be the ability to select multiple shots and resize them all at once.
Developer Response ,
Thank you for your review Mabryan. With the new version 4.4 you can adjust the jpg quality between 40 and 100 percent now. Below 40% the quality is too bad, so we have limited the adjustment.
- Vitalij Schaefer
- 31.4 MB
- Photo & Video
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2013-2019 Codenia
- In-App Purchases
- Remove Ads $3.99
- Leave a tip $1.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.