Photo Size Optimizer for Mac 1.71

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Photo Size Optimizer for Mac is a powerful photo resizer and optimizer on mac. Photo Size Optimizer for Mac optimizes all photos by 80% to 20% compared to their originals, while keeping their original resolution and/or quality in a batch on Mac.

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Software information
Platform:
Mac OS
Publisher:
EffectMatrix Ltd.
Price:
$19.99
File size:
2.87 Mb
Date added:
October 20, 2016
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Description from the Publisher
Photo Size Optimizer for Mac is a powerful photo resizer and optimizer on mac. Photo Size Optimizer for Mac optimizes all photos by 80% to 20% compared to their originals, while keeping their original resolution and/or quality in a batch on Mac. With Photo Size Optimizer for Mac, you can resize hundreds of photos quickly and save huge space and share full-resolution photos with your friends much faster.
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