Nice, with no ads, a bit cryptic if you go down the wrong path, you have to select output format before selecting photos, not after. Did what I needed to do, without any watermarking or output to zip files...
Notice the reviews tend to be high or low and the ones that are actual reviews are the high ones. The app is small in size and does a quick job of reducing the image to make reasonable to email. It also let's you trim the file is you want and include it omit exif data. It provides a list of formats to reduce size which at first I found a bit confusing, but they are all the same aspect ratio as orig in decending order of file size. The first or second choices give me what I want.
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4.5 stars. I like this app. Small download size, and it gets the job done. I compared it to another photo resizer by farluner (8mb download) and this one had better resolution with a smaller final file size. A couple of suggestions to make it even better: 1) Need option to rename resized photo. 2) Need option to have default output directory on SD card. At the moment, you can only choose/create a directory on the internal storage drive.
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