Optimizing the file size of your images shouldn’t mean making them grainy or blurred. Squash can maintain their existing quality while reducing file size and saving space. It works just like magic.
"In my tests, the detail looked just as good in the compressed images as in the original. There are no visible compression artefacts."
9to5Mac, 24 Nov 2016
"It has a really simplistic and clean UI, which I'm a big fan of. And also it has a few very smart features"
Radical Thinker, 24 Nov 2016
"We all have a duty to make the web a better place by compressing our assets, Squash is a handy and easy to use tool that helps realise the vision of a speedier web."
Tiny Books, Nov 2016
Squash for Mac was also featured on Product Hunt.
Squash allows you to drop your files or folders right into the window or on the icon in the finder. It's Fast!
Don't waste time in Photoshop. Squash can convert PSD, RAW, CR2 and TIFF files into compressed JPGs.
Touch Bar support makes it fast and intuitive to change the amount of compression applied to images
Squash can reduce the file size of images for faster uploading, perfect for sharing on social media.
Doesn't matter if you drop just one image or a folder full of images. Squash can handle it.
Squash has oddly satisfying animation and sound. Once you've tried it, you'll be hooked!
Squash can compress JPG, and PNG images without losing quality, it works like magic.
Overwrite your original files, or add a custom suffix to the filenames, the choice is yours.
Squash allows you to tweak the level of compression to get the best from your images.
There are so many reasons to use Squash, and once you integrate it into your workflow you'll wonder how you ever lived without it.
If you're building a websites you need to make sure the graphics on your site are as small as they can be. If your website takes too long to load, potential customers will quickly move on.
In a hurry and need to send a psd file to a client, but don't have time to launch Photoshop? Just drop it onto Squash and it'll be converted and ready to send in seconds.
The assets in your app are probably bigger than they need to be, use Squash to compress them and speed up download time for your customers.
Compress your images for faster uploading before you share them on Facebook, Twitter, or Slack.
No one likes to receive huge attachments via email. Use Squash to reduce the file size of the images you send.