iFunia PhotoCrop is a simple application that comes as an alternative to using Mac's default image viewer to crop pictures. This program enables you to crop and rename multiple photos at the same time, lets you choose from various image cutting options, and immediately exports the final pictures to the selected destination folder.
You can import multiple photos, select individual cropping profiles, and immediately save them to any folder location you like. The program will take a matter of seconds to export the cropped images.
iFunia PhotoCrop also gives you access to an option to share the cropped images on Facebook or Twitter directly from its interface.
Personally, I wouldn't install an image cropping program on my Mac when I already have one that works pretty well. The "Preview" utility lets you crop pictures with ease and preserves the quality of the input files. Plus, if you import a PSD file, you can preserve its extension after cropping the image. iFunia PhotoCrop supports only popular image formats, like JPEG, TIFF, PNG or GIF. The one thing that you can't complete in Preview is to batch rename photos.
So, if you need an image cropping utility with batch renaming feature, you should try iFunia PhotoCrop on your computer. Otherwise, you can continue working with Mac's Preview tool if you ever need to easily crop pictures, without paying any money or installing third-party programs.