Shrink Pic 1.8.0

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Published by OnTheGoSoft on 6 May 2009
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    1.00 MB
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  • Updated

    6 May 2009
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    869 (1 last week)

"Send dozens of pictures as email attachments."

Shrink Pic enables you to send dozens of pictures as email attachments - quickly and with no effort at all!

Today's high resolution digital cameras produce multi Megabyte photos. These are great for printing but cause a heavy burden when sending over the Internet.

All you need to do is install Shrink Pic. It automatically detects when you're sending large photo files and compresses them in the background.

There's no setup, no operating instructions, nothing, nada. Just send your photos normally and Shrink Pic takes care of shrinking them.


Emailing photos

If you like sending photos to your friends and family, Shrink Pic is for you. Whether you're a computer geek, or an absolute technophobic, Shrink Pic will make it easier for you to email your photos. And, your friends, receiving your emails will appreciate it when they get nice and compact emails from you that don't block their inbox. Shrink Pic works with 'regular' email like Outlook Express and also with webmail, such as Hotmail, Gmail, Yahoo! mail and others.

Upload photos to blogs and web galleries

Adding photos to a blog is fun.
Shrink Pic will automatically resize your photos so that they fit and take very little storage space. You can upload photos using Internet Explorer, Firefox or Opera. Shrink Pic will detect these uploads and automatically shrink and compresses those photos for you.

Share photos with Skype and MSN Messenger

Even if you send photo files via your IM application, Shrink Pic will step in and compress those photos for you. A photo that took minutes to send will go in a few seconds.

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