We turn to image resizers in those cases when we need to optimize our photos for using them as avatars, covers, thumbnails, wallpapers or other purposes. It’s a pretty common thing that any other service demands different picture size while you only have photos taken with your smartphone that have pretty standard resolution and ratio. If you use your pictures as is, the quality loss will be inevitable plus the distortion of the files’ ratio may occur. The good news is there are dozens of image resizers to help you out. But how do you choose the right service that suits your needs better? Here’s our list of top 5 tools to resize image online and offline.
Plenty of modern smartphone users ditch all their devices like laptops, tablets, digital cameras, portable media players etc., as in the majority of cases, it is sufficient to have one smartphone to fulfill all types of daily tasks. One of the most popular smartphones is an iPhone. A lot of people tend to have the latest version of the iPhone and prefer to use it for multiple purposes. Storing images is definitely one such purpose. iPhones, as well as many other smartphones, have a specific screen resolution, and that’s why it’s great to have your images resized to fit that resolution. Below, you can find three-steps instructions on how to resize images for iPhone 7 Plus.
Facebook has become an integral part of the lives of all Internet users. The majority of active online users start and finish their days by spending time on Facebook. There is no doubt that any person wants his or her profile to look top-notch, and that’s why tons of images and relevant media data is constantly uploaded to Facebook. When you open a Facebook profile, the first thing you see is the Facebook cover photo. That’s why it is so important to have an awesome image as a cover photo. However, cover photos have a pretty inconvenient size – 851×315 pixels – and you basically can’t upload any other photo of any size. Here is a simple three-step guide of how to resize photos for Facebook covers using Icecream Image Resizer.