Imapic

Imapic 1.4

Free
Simple menu-bar image-editing tool with minimalist UI.
5.0  (25 votes)
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Imapic is a lightweight image editor designed to optimize your images for easy sharing. With a minimalistic design, the program helps you crop, rotate, and convert images into JPG with just a few clicks.

The application installs as a small icon on your Mac's menu bar, so that you can access it with ease whenever the situation requires it. Using this tool is a hassle-free task. You just need to drag your photo onto the program's icon and drop it there to activate the editing window. The image you decided to adjust will be displayed in a relatively small dialog, conveniently surrounded by graphic icons that stand for the program's main features. Therefore, you can change the image orientation by rotating the picture left or right. In addition, the utility lets you rescale the image by inserting custom width and height dimensions. If you don't want to distort the picture by choosing unnatural coordinates, you can keep the picture's ratio simply by enabling the proportion-related function. With this feature active, the modification of one parameter will change the secondary coordinate accordingly. Besides rescaling, the app comes with a handy crop option, manageable exclusively by means of mouse movements.

Once your picture reaches the desired appearance, you can save it to a computer location as a JPG file. If your intention is to share your project with other people, the program will help you send your creation via e-mail or upload it directly to Twitter, Facebook, and Flickr.

Imapic is a simple and easy-to-use application that works mainly as an image resizer and file-sharing tool.

Ioana Dumitrescu
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Review summary

Pros

  • Minimalist and simple interface
  • Easy picture sharing
  • Rescales the image at custom sizes
  • All buttons are conveniently placed on the main window
  • Proportion-related function

Cons

  • Doesn't support adjustments in term of brightness, contrast, and saturation
  • Exports exclusively to JPG files
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