Add option to turn image attachment compression on / off
Currently images attached to outgoing e-mails are compressed by Boxer, resulting in decreased image quality. This is problematic in situations where uncompressed images are preferred, such as sending iOS screenshots or original photos.
An option to enable / disable this compression would be much appreciated.
Provide an option to resize images that are attached from the Photos app (or any other source). Photos in original resolution are too big for email on current phones. Provide categories such as "small", "medium", "large", and " original".
I came across a website <a href='http://compresspic.com'>CompressPic.com</a> where i have compressed my image without loosing quality, but it takes long to respond. Is there any other fast website where image compression is done.
Aaron Salamon commented
Agree. Converts large attachments going to Evernote to Zip files, can't open on iPhone. I have taken to using Cloud Magic to put large attachments in EN, even though I prefer to use Boxer.
Tony Merlino commented
...Also, toggling the user's preference on a per-message basis would be very nice as well.
Sparrow tells me the total size of image(s) I'm about to send and gives me an option to send as "small", "medium", "large" or "actual size".
Adam Miller commented
Others already do this well