ResizePixel is a free image editor to crop, resize, flip, rotate, convert, compress and resize images in KB/MB online. It supports common image formats, including JPG, PNG, WEBP, GIF, TIFF, BMP.

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A lot of online editors try to do too much at once and end up with a bad user experience. This one's different. I like how simple it is with the essentials of photo editing. I can imagine using this for editing product screenshots for webpages or other online publishing. Nice work!
@s_narmadhaa Thanks for your feedback
Nice lightweight product. For me, I'd like to see an align feature, but would have no problem recommending it to someone.
what is its difference?
@igityan_hayarpy It's all about simplicity and support of different screen size devices.
Nice tool that I will be adding to my resources for my students in their visual marketing classes. Would love to see an undo option to undo the last action - I know you can revert to the original version. Also perhaps you can add the correct formats for sizes for Instagram/Facebook stories 9:16 and also a size that is the optimum for Pinterest portrait images
@krishnade Indeed having an option to revert the last action would be useful so I will put it in my todo list. Regarding 9:16 - just rotate the image, use 16:9 (which is available now) and rotate back to the original. In the future there will be an option to swap dimensions (9:16 or 16:9) without rotating. If I'm not mistaken, Pinterest uses 800 x 1200 images which is 2:3. 3:2 + rotation can be used for now . If you are interested in any other proportions just let me know it can be easily implemented. Thanks for your contribution.
@resizepixel Thanks for taking the time to reply - you might want to reference on the dashboard the different sizes that work for different social platforms to help users as they do on Canva and Adobe Spark etc
@krishnade Different social platform sizes have been implemented. Thank you.
@resizepixel Terrific - that makes it really easy for people to use - I have included it in my resources for my workshop this next week - thanks for making the update!