RequirementsMac OS X 10.11 or later
Date addedDec 18, 2018
ImageOptim for Mac makes pictures stack quicker! ImageOptim is a front-end (GUI) for set of instruments for improvement of PNG and JPEG pictures. Expels enlarged metadata. Spares circle space and transfer speed by compacting pictures without losing quality.
ImageOptim is fantastic for distributing pictures on the web (effortlessly shrivels pictures "Put something aside for Web" in Photoshop). It's valuable for making Mac and iPhone/iPad applications littler (in the event that you arrange Xcode to permit better advancement).
ImageOptim evacuates EXIF metadata, for example, GPS position and camera's sequential number, so you can distribute pictures without uncovering private data (however there's an alternative to keep the metadata on the off chance that you require it).
Quicker website pages and applications
Lessens picture document sizes — so they take up less circle space and download faster — by applying propelled pressure that jam quality.
Picture records thoroughly scoured
Evacuates imperceptible garbage: private EXIF metadata from computerized cameras, installed thumbnails, remarks, and superfluous shading profiles.
Best devices with drag'n'drop
Consistently consolidates all the best picture enhancement devices: MozJPEG, Pngcrush, pngquant, 7zip and Google Zopfli. All Free and Open-Source.
Note: Requires 64-bit processor.
- Replaced old OptiPNG with OxiPNG — a fancy new parallel Rust rewrite
- Experimental version of Sparkle updater testing new ed25519 signatures
- Fixes for crashes especially frequent in macOS Mojave