JPEG Optimizer PRO with PDF su

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About this app

Can not send images because of the size limit of the mail attachment? Do not have space to store photos on the SD card?
JPEG Optimizer is the best solution for you.
This app will allow you to compress large photos into smaller sized photos with very less or negligible loss in quality.
More, unique ISO Noise Optimization algorithm allows you to reduce image file size with quality enhancement.

Some features of JPEG Optimizer:
1. Compress, Resize photos
2. Compress or Resize multiple photos at once
3. Allows you to tune quality of compressed image
4. Unique ISO Noise Optimization algorithm
5. Share and save images as separated JPEGs
6. Share and save images as JPEGs packed in ZIP archive
7. Share and save images as JPEGs packed in PDF
Updated on
Dec 6, 2020

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Ratings and reviews

951 reviews
Rogério Pereira
December 16, 2020
It just does what it says and will shrink the size of your jpeg and jpg pictures, keeping the image quality and saving you a lot of space in your storage. You can choose the conversion settings and the percentage of jpg quality to be kept. I use it a lot because my phone camera always saves files with more than 1 MB each, even when I choose low quality, and this app reduces them to 10% of that size with the same quality. Kudos to the devs for such a great app.
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December 21, 2021
The output order always in a mess which is unmatched with the photos order shown in the app that made an issue to the photo sequencing. Impossible to keep photo order from other gallery apps sharing to this app. Wish there would be an update for these minor but important issues.
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Nas Mar
December 5, 2020
It is very good on if I try it on Sony a6000 photos, most times there is obvious degradation of quality (color and sharpness) while file size is not reduced or in some cases increases. I guess Sony has a better algorithm? For other photos (smartphone camera type) it does the job
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December 5, 2020
Thanks for your feedback! Please send me ( some examples of files that are increasing in size. We deeply respect your advice, and we will try to combine your feedback with our R&D, in order to provide better products.

What's new

Fixed preserve EXIF error on Android 10+ devices