AVG Image Shrink & Share downsizes photos in bulk, renders uploads painless
Here's a great Android app that can do that for you - AVG Image Shrink & Share. To use it, launch the app and select the images that you need downsized. Then hit the big "Shrink" button and pick the desired resolution. Press OK and, ta da! You'll have your photos reduced to a fraction of their original size. Alternatively, you can use Image Shrink & Share straight from the gallery by highlighting images and by choosing the app from the share menu.
In addition to speeding up your image uploads and saving you data, AVG Image Shrink & Share can also free up storage space on your Android device. You can use the app to downsize all images stored on your smartphone or tablet - keep the low-res copies onto your device so that you can enjoy them at any time, but move the full-resolution originals over to your computer's hard drive.
Ready to give AVG's app a try? Then just follow the link below! Shrink & Share is free to download and will not bother you with any annoying ads. Other than the ones promoting AVG's other software products, that is.
|Developer: AVG Mobile||Download: Android|
|Category: Photography||Price: Free|
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1. 0xFFFF (Posts: 2015; Member since: 16 Apr 2014)
Because everyone needs yet another company to have access to their personal photos.
2. ch1m3r4 (Posts: 1; Member since: 07 May 2014)
I do not want an app that shrinks the dimensions of a photo, but to reduce the bit size only. I can download a picture with my S4 but if I take a snapshot/screencapture, or even try to crop the downloaded pic, the bit size increases, usually ten-fold.