Resize Me! - Photo resizer

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5.78K reviews
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About this app

Resize your photos easily with 'Resize Me!' before sending them by Email or sharing them on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, ...
You can do that with just one click, or use the interface to rotate, crop and resize.


--- Features ---

* Custom size
* Easy to use
* Keep EXIF tags
* Keep GPS data
* Rotate and crop
* Save in JPEG or PNG format
* Set as Wallpaper
* Share or save the result

--- Only available in full version

* Batch resize (resize multiple images)
* Text watermark

FOR SUPPORT AND HELP, please contact me at

---- Usage -----

* Launch 'Resize Me!'
Open a photo or take from camera
Rotate, crop, resize
share or save

* Launch from your viewer (e.g. Gallery)
Select or Open an image
Tap on "share" or "send it" and choose 'Resize Me!'
Choose image size
Select the application that you want to use to open the result

* Launch from mail apps
Tap on attach button
Choose 'Resize Me!'
Choose your viewer (e.g. Gallery)
Select an image (or a list of image)
Choose image size

Updated on
May 9, 2022

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5.78K reviews
Peter Watson
February 3, 2023
What apps should be but rarely are. Clean, clear and compact. What programs had to be in the last century, and still a virtue because they're faster and less prone to embarrassing wardrobe malfunctions. The biggest user plus is the ability to simply process batches, which you would think would be a basic but which you don't necessarily find elsewhere.
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Max Anderson
June 16, 2021
I needed to reduce the space used by photos on my phone. I used the free Resize Me's photo batch convert on my Camera folder: Selected All, choosing the largest size of 1600x1200 pixels (to resize from the camera's 4608x3456). Just a few clicks, and a half hour later it had put the thousand smaller versions in a new folder, XnResize, which was only a quarter as big, then I copied the original large photos to my laptop and then deleted them from the Camera folder on the phone. Easy.
22 people found this review helpful
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Kegan Leberman
May 11, 2022
In a recent update, photos appear to take on a yellow hue to them. Looking at two photos side by side, the resized image is noticeably different and worse. It would be nice to be able to do custom ratios or have a 16:10 ratio standard as more displays have that ratio.
10 people found this review helpful
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What's new

Periodically we update our App in order to provide you the best experience.

What's new in this release:
- Bugs fixed

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