10 Best Free Photo Resizers

Resize photos in no time

These free photo resizers are perfect for resizing an image to fit nicely with websites like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and more. They're easy to use, and you'll get your image resized in a matter of seconds without having to deal with other photo editing options.

Some of these websites also provide light image editing tools. However, if you need a more advanced or thorough editor, see our list of free online photo editors or free photo editing software. For a place to store your images, visit these free image hosting websites.

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Resizing app website
What We Like
  • Several resize options.

  • Clean design that's easy to use.

  • Pick from several output formats.

  • Doesn't upload your image to a server.

What We Don't Like
  • Can't resize in bulk.

  • Doesn't show the final file size before downloading.

  • Must upload the file from your computer (not the web).

Probably the fastest and easiest way to resize a picture is with the Resizing.app website. The image you choose loads on the page quickly, and you have a few options for how to change the size.

You can select the crop tool to visually cut out the part you want to keep. This works by having you drag the crop box over the part you want to keep, or you can enter the exact pixels to ensure that the crop is uniform as you see fit. There are also some preset sizes so that you can get the image resized to fit Facebook, Twitter, and other sites.

The other method is by entering the exact dimensions you want the picture to end up being. A percentage option is included here as well so that you can instantly cut the photo down by 10%, or 50%, etc.

This tool is also available via a Chrome extension but it's identical to the web version, just easier to access at any time.

When you're done, you can save to PNG, JPG, WEBP, BMP or TIFF.

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Social Image Resizer Tool

Social Image Resizer Tool
What We Like
  • Extremely easy to use.

  • Several template sizes.

  • Manual crop option.

  • Can enter the new size in numbers.

What We Don't Like
  • Only one export format option.

Social Image Resizer Tool does just what the name implies. After uploading a photo from your computer, you can resize it to fit perfectly with some of the most popular social media websites.

An image can be resized to fit a Facebook cover photo, a Twitter header image, a Pinterest board thumbnail, a YouTube profile photo, a favicon, and many others.

You get total control over what part of the image gets resized by dragging and dropping the crop tool to any area of the picture.

When you’re finished, the picture will resize to what you’ve chosen and then show you what it looks like before you decide to download it.

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Simple Image Resizer

Simple Image Resizer
What We Like
  • Very simple.

  • Multiple resizing methods.

What We Don't Like
  • No advanced options.

  • Can't decouple X-Y axis resizing.

  • Doesn't show original pixels.

  • No preview.

This website truly is a simple image resizer. Just upload a picture and choose specific dimensions you’d like the new one to be. You can instead adjust a slide bar to make the photo 20%, 50%, 80%, or any other percentage smaller.

Once you’ve resized the image with Simple Image Resizer, just right-click the download link to save it to your computer.

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online image resizer with previews
What We Like
  • Self-explanatory.

  • Basic editing options.

  • Bulk resizing.

  • Supports images up to 20 MB.

  • Uploads are auto-deleted after 30m.

What We Don't Like
  • Large ads.

  • Fixed-ratio resize constrained on the width dimension.

Another photo resizer can be found at OnlineImageResize.com. This website is perfect if you need to resize lots of images to the same size.

Just upload several images at once and then define the pixel/centimeter size you wish to resize​ the images.

The thumbnail version of the resized images will appear off to the side, and you can download them individually or grab them all at once in a ZIP file. You can also do some basic editing, such as crop or flip before you download any of the photos.

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Making selections at ImageOptimizer.net
What We Like
  • Quality settings.

  • No ads.

  • Simple to use.

What We Don't Like
  • No preview.

  • No file-type changes, just dimension-and-resolution tweaks.

ImageOptimizer.net is extremely easy to use. After you upload the picture you want to resize, you just need to select a quality and maximum pixel width and height.

The quality can range anywhere from the smallest possible file size to the largest, with the bigger size denoting better quality.

Before you download the resized photo from ImageOptimizer.net, you can see the dimensions and file size of the original image compared to the newly edited one.

There's also a downloadable program from this website that makes it easier to edit images because they don't need to be uploaded first. However, a watermark is placed on all the pictures that run through the software.

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Using the free photo resizer at ResizePic
What We Like
  • Previews the resized image.

  • Re-resize as many times as you want.

What We Don't Like
  • Lacks a bulk resize feature.

  • Must enter new dimensions manually.

  • Doesn't show existing dimensions.

ResizePic lets you upload only one image at once, but there aren’t any extra settings or options.

Just choose the photo you need to resize and then enter the pixel width and height that you want the new picture to be. A preview of the image will show before you download it so you can make sure it’s the size you need it to be.

GIF (animated or not), JPG, and PNG pictures can be resized at ResizePic.

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Resizing a bowl of fruit at Picasion
What We Like
  • Custom and preset resize choices.

  • Basic image editing.

  • Quality options.

  • Several sharing options.

What We Don't Like
  • Works with one image at a time.

  • Automatically stores the image online.

Picasion is another picture resizer that lets you define the exact pixels you’d like the width of the image to be. You can enter the width manually or choose any of the preset sizes.

You can also rotate the photo, choose the output quality, and apply one of a few image effects.

When you’re finished using Picasion, you get the download link, a direct URL to the image stored online, and an HTML code for embedding the picture on a website. You can also send the image to someone over email using the form off to the side of the download page.

Unlike some of these sites that will automatically remove your photo after so much time, you have to contact this site for a removal request.

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Resize Your Image website
What We Like
  • Uncomplicated design.

  • Enter custom size in pixels.

  • Unique options.

  • Quality control.

  • Wide file type support.

What We Don't Like
  • Can't lock the aspect ratio.

  • No bulk resize option.

ResizeYourImage.com lets you rotate a picture as well as crop out a portion of it to any custom pixel size.

Instead of manually entering the numbers, you can simply drag and drop the tool anywhere on the image and resize it as you go.

You can convert it to GIF, PNG, or JPG when you're done.

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What We Like
  • Three ways to upload images.

  • Bulk resizing.

  • Multiple output formats.

  • Special effects.

What We Don't Like
  • Must download bulk images in archive file.

In addition to entering a custom width and height (in pixels or as a percentage), PicResize lets you define the output format and maximum file size of the image you’re working with. You can also rotate the picture before saving it.

You can view your image before you download it, copy a link to the picture stored at PicResize, and share it on various social media websites. Files are deleted automatically after 20 minutes.

You can also resize multiple photos at once, accessible via the Batch Resize page.

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Web Resizer

web resizer
What We Like
  • Bulk uploads (up to 20).

What We Don't Like
  • Site is strange to use.

  • Impossible to edit more than one photo at once.

  • 5 MB max file size.

Just choose the new dimensions or define a percentage change, and then download the result. You can also rotate or crop the image if you’d like.

Photo Resizer Features

Some resizers let you define the exact pixel width and height the new image should be, while others provide preset sizes so you can resize with the click of the mouse. Some of these tools resize a picture by rescaling the whole image, and others resize part of the picture using a crop tool.

Whether you need to resize just one picture or dozens, you can find a compatible option above to get the job done. The best part is that all of these utilities work without placing a logo or watermark anywhere on the picture when you save it.

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