How To Compress Images Without Losing Its Quality: Everyone loves to store photos on their smartphone or computer. Now we all have advanced smartphones, with a higher camera. Technically, the better camera always clicks glorious images, but they consume lots of memory.
Everyone struggles with their phone or computer storage. and images are the only thing that consumes lots of space in our computers or smartphones.
Here we are going to discuss on how to compress images online without losing its quality. This tutorial will help you save lots of memory.
How To Compress Images Without Losing Its Quality
The tutorial is very easy, users just need to visit two websites which will compress the images for you without losing its quality. The site we will use is Tinypng and Compress PNG. You can access these two websites from your computer or smartphone and from any web browser. Let’s get started
1) Visit compresspng.com from your web browser and you will see the screen like below which will ask you to choose the format which you want to compress. If you have images in JPEG/PNG format then select from JPEG or PNG and then click on ‘Upload Files’
2) Now choose the file which you want to compress and then wait for few seconds for the website to compress the image. Once compress the website will let you download the compressed file.
You can see in the above image my image was compressed down to 85% that eventually means that 100Kb file compressed down to 15%. The best thing is the image doesn’t loose any quality.
This site is best for PNG files. But, it also compresses JPEG files. This website is best for optimizing your images with a perfect balance in quality and file size. Lets’ know how to use Tinypng
1) Visit tinypng.com from your web browser and you will see a screen like below. Here you need to upload your png or jpg file. Just click on the upload icon to choose the file you want to compress.
2) Now, wait for few seconds for the website to compress your image. Once compress the website will let you download the compressed file.
From the above image, you can see that the 78.8kb file is compressed down to 12.2kb. You will hardly see any difference between the uncompressed and the compressed image.
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