Cropping images can be both easy and difficult sometimes, depending on the tool you’re using. Good thing there are a lot of good online tools and desktop apps that you can use to crop images easily. However, if you’re still not comfortable using your current photo editing tool, let’s say you’re still stuck with Microsoft Paint and/or you have Photoshop installed but don’t know how to use it, here’s a great web app for you!
Cropp.me – Smartest online cropping tool
Cropp.me is probably the smartest online cropping tool that you’ll ever find because it was built specifically for this purpose. It automatically selects which part of the image to crop based on the several clever image analysis algorithms that find the most “visually interesting” parts of the images and decides which area to preserve in the final cropping. Of course, you still have an option to manually adjust the cropping if needed. You can use it to crop multiple images simultaneously to save you time (currently up to 5).
How to use Cropp.me:
To use Cropp.me, simply upload your photos by clicking the “Upload your Images” button and wait for it to finish uploading your file/s. Once uploaded, select the output size; you can choose multiple sizes and/or set your own custom size.
Once you’ve chosen the output size, click the “Cropp Your Images” button. The result will be displayed in thumbnails at the right screen so you can easily view the outcome.
Hover over the thumbnails to reveal more options; select/deselect, magnify, edit. Uncheck the box if you don’t like a specific image so it won’t be included when you download the set. Hover over magnify to check the actual/enlarged image.
If you’re not satisfied with the result, click the Edit button so you can adjust the crop. Click “Confirm” once you’re finished.
If you had uploaded multiple images, click the navigational button below the main picture to change the thumbnails set for editing purpose.
Once everything is okay, click “Download All Cropps” and your download will start immediately in a ZIP file. Your images will be named according to the output sizes that you’ve chosen.
Visit Cropp.me and try this awesome tool for free!