ShrinkIt: Downsize your photos
ShrinkIt is an application designed by BerryCoder that allows the user to resize a picture in order to do whatever the user may have to do with a smaller file size image. ShrinkIt downsizes the image and at the same time lets the user keep the original picture therefore the change in size is not permanent.
ShrinkIt is available for all Blackberry handhelds that are running OS version 4.3 or later. There is a free trial version which is 7 days long and a full paid version which is about $8.99. Once the trial period is up a user does not have to purchase the application and can still use it with limited capabilities.
ShrinkIt has 4 useful modes: ShrinkIt 1:2. 640w, 480w, and 320w. There is also an option to choose the downsized picture quality, as well as an add-on option to Media/Picture. This is to further enhance ease of use.
ShrinkIt is a very useful app because often times an image has to be under a certain size and if it is larger than that maximum size then the image cannot be used. In order for it to be used, then the image must be uploaded to a computer and then resized. Then the resized image must be put back on the device for it to be used as desired. This is the process one must go through without ShrinkIt. However, if ShrinkIt is installed on the device the described steps can be bypassed and the image can be resized right on the device. The time and energy saved is obvious.
You can download ShrinkIt from BerryCoder here or grab it OTA
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Looks decent. Though a lot of times if I Twitpic something I can then grab the full version to my computer when I get home.
yes that is true. but this gives you the ability to do it directly on your phone. no more waiting. which i have a feeling some people will like, since we live in a day and age of instant gratification :-D
I played with this yesterday and it was nice but not my cup of tea. I liked crop it on my storm and wish there was something similar for the tour.
But right now I do it the good ole fashioned way.
I open the picture zoom in an pan to how I want it then use screen capture to take a pic of that, and voila my newly cropped photo
nice i might have to check this out
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