September 7, 2012 – Automated Image Cropping

When you’ve got multiple images to resize and edit, you don’t always have the time to go through each file individually and make sure your crops aren’t cutting out any people or important objects. is a tool that does the cropping for you. The automated image cropper has the ability to single out the most “interesting” area of any photo and crop the image in a way that brings that interesting area into focus.

The point of using is to make image cropping and editing as quick as possible, so it makes sense that getting started using the web-application is a breeze. Just upload the images you want to crop, tell what size these images should be – understanding that you can select an output size, or define a custom size – and then sit back while does the cropping. In very little time, will crop your images and provide you with a preview of the work the web-app has done. If you’re satisfied with the crops, you can click “Download All Cropps” to download a .zip file with your images to your desktop right away.

The pre-determined sizes that encourages you to choose from were created for a reason. These sizes are based on the preferred image sizes on many social media sites, which makes an excellent tool to use when you’re trying to create the perfect Facebook timeline cover photo or a great avatar image on Twitter.

Practical Uses:

  • Resize photos to make them easy to upload online
  • Crop multiple images at once
  • Create a new Facebook profile photo
  • Make sure your images are cropped in a way that focuses on the most important part of the picture

Insider Tips:

  • delivers cropped photos in .zip format
  • Users can preview their crops before downloading the files
  • Users can choose between a pre-determined image size, or they can define their own custom size
  • lets you manually adjust the final crop if necessary

What we liked:

  • makes it easy to edit multiple images at once
  • Users don’t have to download software or open up a bulky program just to resize and crop a couple basic photos
  • lets people manually adjust their crops if they’re not happy with the final product
  • People can crop images to fit into social media sites

What we didn’t like:

  • only lets you upload a maximum of five images at once


Company Info:

  • Launched: October 2011 (Beta)
  • Privately Held
  • Headquarters: United Kingdom
  • Founded by: imagga
  • Web site:


  • Free


  1. Max

    There’s a better alternative

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