Photoshop Plugin

Important Notice: The Photoshop plugin has been deprecated.

Due to the ongoing challenges we've encountered related to software compatibility, we have made the difficult decision to deprecate the plugin. Regrettably, the Photoshop plugin will no longer receive updates, bug fixes, or support. While you can continue to use the plugin in its current state, please be aware that it’s only compatible with Photoshop CC2023 (up to v24.6). For more details on this decision and the full list of compatible versions, please refer to this article.

What Should You Do?

We understand that this may be inconvenient and apologise for any disruption this may cause. We recommend exploring alternative solutions for image optimization, like the user-friendly Web interface or the comprehensive Developer API. If you purchased the plugin after January 1st, 2020, you may be eligible for a form of compensation. We encourage you to reach out to us for assistance.

We greatly appreciate your support and understanding. If you have any questions or require further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us at

Compressing images just got a whole lot easier

Save your compressed JPEG and PNG images directly from Photoshop. Install the plugin and you will be ready to go. A new menu option will appear in Photoshop from where you can resize, preview, select a folder and save your images.

Support and more information

Existing plugin user? Go to the support section, view the tips and tricks or download the plugin and invoice again.

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Photoshop compatibility

The Photoshop plugin has been deprecated and is no longer maintained. Although you can still utilize the plugin in its current form, please note that it is officially supported only for Photoshop versions CS5, CS6, and CC 2013 through CC 2023 (v24.6).

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