Pichi for Mac.
When sharing or using images online, smaller always means faster. But it doesn’t mean they should look bad.
Pichi works just as you expect – open it up and drag your images onto the window to start optimizing. But it’s got an even faster way to work.
Even when it’s closed, Pichi detects when you’re dragging images and provides a lightning-fast way to optimize them, right where you need it.
Images can take up a lot of space on a site, both visually and physically. If they haven’t been optimized or sized appropriately they’ll slow the site down, making for an unpleasant experience and potentially losing you money.
Pichi can optimize and resize your images. It’ll compress them as much as it can and remove any unnecessary metadata, reducing the file size by up to a massive 80% 🎉
PNGs are great. They’re a lossless format so you know they’ll always look as good as the source. But boy are they BIG! With Pichi, PNGs, even transparent ones, can be made much smaller with no perceptible differences in quality. If you can wait a little longer for Pichi to process them, you can get even better results.
(The PNG shown in the image was 192 KB when downloaded. Pichi optimized it to 84 KB.)
You might be thinking, “Sure, but I already have a tool for this!” Well Pichi doesn't just make image optimization easier and faster, it also performs better, with smaller file sizes and images that look just as good as the originals.
You”d go crazy keeping track of image dimensions for each social media and ad platform. Pichi has them built in so you don’t have to.
Got photo-realistic PNGs with no transparency? Convert them to JPEG and save a ton of space without any visible difference in quality.
Unlike online tools, there are no limits to the size of the files you optimize and processing occurs as soon as you hit go – no uploading necessary.
Use Pichi to optimize and resize images in batches. You can process one image or one thousand – the choice is yours.
Pichi fits right in on macOS Mojave's with full support for the awesome new Dark Mode.
Developing apps or websites for high-resolution displays? Use Pichi to generate @1x, @2x and @3x images.
Drag an image to display the overlay.
Use a built-in preset to resize an image for social media platforms.
Create a custom preset.
Delete a custom preset.
Output your selected image size and all possible higher resolutions.
Output your selected image size and all possible lower resolutions.