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Piio

Generates responsive images so you don't have to optimize

Piio automatically generates real-time responsive images for your website visitors and delivers them at maximum speed. (lazy loading feature included)

* Extremely easy setup like any other lazy loading library

* No need to change storage

* No need to use URL parameters

* No maintenance after integration

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Squash 2 for Mac

The easiest way to compress and optimize images for the web

Mike Coutermarsh- Code @ GitHub
Squash is great. It's essentially the same as ImageOptim, but has a fancier interface.
Macworld
When it comes to the web, smaller is always better. If an image-heavy site takes too long to load, visitors will just click over to something else. While there are plenty of software tools for optimizing image files on the Mac, few do it with the simplicity and speed of Squash.
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Crunch

Insanely good PNG image optimization

Crunch is a free, open source macOS GUI application that is built on pngquant and zopflipng PNG image optimization. It uses a lossy approach to PNG image optimization. The tool is available through Homebrew as a native macOS application.

`$ brew cask install crunch`

Image examples + compression ratio analysis available on the Github repository README.

MIT license.

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imgix

Your images, processed on the fly, delivered fast.

Ryan Hoover- Founder, Product Hunt
Imgix is ideal for developers and regular image compression. We use it on Product Hunt to convert images and GIFs to difference sizes and resolutions. Without it, the site would be widely slow.
Mike Coutermarsh- Code @ GitHub
For PH we store images on S3 and then put imgix in front of them. Highly recommend if you need on-the-fly image processing (resize, format, quality, color, cropping...etc...).
Mike Coutermarsh- Code @ GitHub
If you're serving these up on a website, I'd recommend setting up imgix. Then you can pass the watermark params in the URL and every image will automatically be watermarked. Take a look at the docs here: https://docs.imgix.com/apis/url/... (we use imgix for resizing/optimizing images on PH)
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