TinyJPG: Lots of compression, little quality loss

Panda is back! My favorite tool for compressing PNGs now has a JPEG version.

Back in August, I discovered TinyPNG and have been using it ever since to make my PNG images as small as possible with little to no quality loss. It's really convenient and works exceptionally well.

Today, I learned that the developers have released TinyJPG, a similar site but for JPEG photos, and it's equally impressive. Their sample photo is 70% smaller with very little distinguishable quality difference.

Head on over and give it a try. And if you're using the TinyPNG API, you'll be happy to know it works with JPEGs now as well!

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