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Apps with 'Image resizing' feature
XnView is a utility for viewing and converting graphic files. XnView is provided as FREEWARE for private non-commercial or educational use (including non-profit organization). Preview is a simple and elegant application by Apple for viewing and working with images and PDF documents. Convert and Rename images in batch modeSupport JPEG, BMP, GIF, PNG, TIFF and JPEG2000Resize, crop, change color depth, apply color effects, add text, watermark and border... Kapwing is an online video meme editor. It's free and super simple to use: just upload your video, add meme text, and download your meme. Arbitrary image stylization totally in the browser using TensorFlow.js. Bulk Resize Photos resizes batches of your photos in your browser so that they are a more suitable size for transmission over the internet. Gumlet is an optimised image delivery service. It reduces image size for your website or mobile apps by upto 70%. Faster pages lead to better SEO and increased Revenue. Finally, a simple and powerful image organizer. Tiat is a simple and powerful image organizer, build for designers, photographers and magpies. A self-hosted drag-and-drop file conversion server that supports 59x file formats. ImageEngine is an image CDN that will automatically pull images from the origin and optimize them real time. ImageEnigne will improve UX and Core Web Vitals by making images load fast with without compromizing visual quality. Cloudimage is the easiest way to resize, store, compress, optimize, and deliver your images to your customers through rocket fast CDNs. Faster images increase conversion and sales. Convert, optimize, and resize your images online in only one easy click and for free with the Resizing.app tool. Come on, it doesn’t get easier than that!. Edit one or several images in a few clics. Massive downscale, resize or crop a collection of images quickly. Free screenshot and screencast capture application. Simple API to convert your HTML & CSS into shareable images. Supports HTML5/CSS3, renders images exactly like Google Chrome. Built in CDN, image resizing, custom fonts and emoji support. Works with any framework or language.