Image Shrink (Resizer)

Image Shrink (Resizer)


Resize photos and pictures easily before sending them by Email or sharing them on Twitter, Facebook or Pinterest. It's the most downloaded photo/picture resizer on Google Play.

It works with "Share via" or "Send to" feature of Android OS. Please read help page in the app before using Image Shrink. I'm sure you will like how it works.

Features:
* Automatic rotation according to Exif tag
* Keep Exif tags of original photos
* Keep GPS data of original photos
* Custom size
* Recently used apps on the top of the list
* One click deletion of resized photos created before

This full version has:
* Batch resizing of multiple photos
* More size options
* Automatic delete old shrunken images

Resized photos/pictures are stored in a separate directory in SD card. Original pictures are kept intact.
This app doesn't have features that photo editors have, like cropping, rotating and various effects. However it's a simple and handy tool that is less than 200KB with minimal permissions.

HOW TO RESIZE #1
1. Select photos/pictures in Gallery
2. Share to Image Shrink.

HOW TO RESIZE #2
1. Choose 'Attach File' in email app
2. Choose Image Shrink
3. Choose Gallery
4. Select photos/pictures

Recent changes:
v2.4.3
- Support attaching from inside HTC mail
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$1.95
92
4.6
User ratings
782
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
173 kb
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About Image Shrink (Resizer)
Resize photos and pictures easily before sending them by Email or sharing them on Twitter, Facebook or Pinterest. It's the most downloaded photo/picture resizer on Google Play.

It works with "Share via" or "Send to" feature of Android OS. Please read help page in the app before using Image Shrink. I'm sure you will like how it works.

Features:
* Automatic rotation according to Exif tag
* Keep Exif tags of original photos
* Keep GPS data of original photos
* Custom size
* Recently used apps on the top of the list
* One click deletion of resized photos created before

This full version has:
* Batch resizing of multiple photos
* More size options
* Automatic delete old shrunken images

Resized photos/pictures are stored in a separate directory in SD card. Original pictures are kept intact.
This app doesn't have features that photo editors have, like cropping, rotating and various effects. However it's a simple and handy tool that is less than 200KB with minimal permissions.

HOW TO RESIZE #1
1. Select photos/pictures in Gallery
2. Share to Image Shrink.

HOW TO RESIZE #2
1. Choose 'Attach File' in email app
2. Choose Image Shrink
3. Choose Gallery
4. Select photos/pictures

Recent changes:
v2.4.3
- Support attaching from inside HTC mail
User reviews of Image Shrink (Resizer)
Great app I just wish the option to send a text msg after resizing the pic was on my EVO.
Aug 5, 2010
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Nov 12, 2014
Custom size means custom I want to resize 1:1 pic but it doesnt support. Even with CUSTOM SIZE
A Google User
Nov 9, 2014
Terrific I am using a Motorola MOTO X and before I got this app I couldn't even figure out why I could not MMS any pictures that I was taking to anyone. Stumbled onto this app and it is extremely easy to use and integrates with your SMS MMS without any issues. The Lite version is fine but this version is worth the 2 bucks because it deletes the shrunken version after you use it
A Google User
Nov 1, 2014
Working great.
A Google User
Oct 29, 2014
Almost perfect little app Tried the lite version, bought the full version 5 minutes later, realised that there are no obvious settings for ensuring image ratio remains after resize so refunded. Tried lite version again, discovered that it retains image ratio automatically, and with square images it resizes to the "short edge" so I bought it again.
A Google User
Oct 27, 2014
Used to work Used to work Absolutely flawlessly. Now it always closes with message that "unfortunately, image shrink has stopped working".