• Google launches free, browser-based image optimization tool

    1 month ago - By Tech Radar

    Google Chrome Labs, which develops experimental web apps, has released an advanced browser-based optimization tool to get your images ready for the web. There's already a wealth of free online photo editors available, but Squoosh is designed to work as quickly as possible, showcasing the capabilities of modern browsers. Once Squoosh has loaded, you can use it without an internet connection as it performs all its work within the browser itself. To get started with, just drop an image into your browser. Google says it's best used with Chrome , but it works with all modern web browsers...
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  • Google Launches ‘Squoosh', Browser-Based Image Optimization Tool

    Google Launches ‘Squoosh', Browser-Based Image Optimization Tool

    1 month ago - By Ubergizmo

    Media files such as images can contribute to a website loading fast or slow, where depending on the image format and compression, it can end up being a big file that takes longer than necessary to load, which can also work against a website's response time. However Google wants to help with that with the launch of Squoosh. Initially announced at the Chrome Dev Summit, Squoosh is a browser-based image optimization tool. What it does is that it allows users to drag and drop items into the tool and it will then compress the image file and optimize it so that it is small enough to load...
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  • Google launches Squoosh, an open source online image conversion app

    1 month ago - By Beta News

    Google Chrome Labs has released a new online image conversion app by the name of Squoosh. The open source tool is essentially a simple browser-based image editor, and the focus is very much on speed. Showcased at the Chrome Dev Summit, Squoosh is not limited to working only in Chrome - other browsers are also supported. While the conversion options are useful to many people, Squoosh is really an opportunity for Google to show off new web technologies. See also: Google brings AI-powered GIF, emoji and sticker suggestions to Gboard The New York Times turns to Google Cloud to digitize...
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