Compress JPEG images with perfect quality and file size

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#4 Product of the DayNovember 22, 2014
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Brian LovinHunter@brian_lovin · Product Designer, Facebook
I've been using TinyPNG (https://tinypng.com/) for a couple of years now for all my web development projects. Super fast and simple, compression is great and quality is always amazing. I'm super excited to see the product expand to JPGs now! Web devs out there will love this, I'm sure :)
Huge fan of Tiny. So pumped they compress JPGs now. And why didn't I know about this Photoshop extension? https://tinypng.com/photoshop
Lachlan Campbell@lachlanjc · Hack Club design/JS—HS 🎓—they/them—🌈
Pretty much http://kraken.io for files up to 5MB. Still useful though! Related: are there any good Mac apps for doing this?
Mike Coutermarsh@mscccc · Code @ GitHub
@lachlanjc checkout ImageOptim
Raul Riera@raulriera · I make things
@lachlanjc Would really like to see an OS X app out of this
Sagi Shrieber@sagishrieber · Co-Founder @HackingUI
Amazing! I use JPGmini (http://www.jpegmini.com/) and imageOptim (https://imageoptim.com/). Both are great and are on my mac. @brian_lovin - do you use it via terminal in any way? Or do you just throw your images to the site, convert, then DL back to your computer?
Brian LovinHunter@brian_lovin · Product Designer, Facebook
@sagishrieber I just use the site and download back to my computer - probably not the fastest way, but it gets the job done :)
Sagi Shrieber@sagishrieber · Co-Founder @HackingUI
@brian_lovin ok cool, thanks!