New online picture minification service slashes away the competition!

A free new online picture optimization service cuts the competition away, with many new interesting features.
July 1, 2014 - PRLog -- According to statistics by Google, the internet contains around 30 unique images per web-page. Those images average around 200KB each.

That's a lot of data to make your visitors download each time they visit your website.

The Web-based tool Picture Slash! is a new service that enables you to minify your pictures online without paying a dime. The core mission of Picture Slash! is to provide the best possible image minification service online, while staying completely free. Why would you pay for smaller images?

Popular services like Yahoo! doesn’t give you are lot of choices. Just try and process 3000 files through their service. Without any mass upload feature, or ability to process ZIP files, they are pretty slow to use. Services like allows you to upload lots of files, but they have really low filesize limits!

Picture Slash fills the gap by offering a free service with the features of a paid one. They offer unlimited file uploads, with file sizes up to 100MB each. You can upload 10 x 100MB ZIP files with all your pictures, and they will send you the minified results back in a couple of hours. It’s that simple.

They allow you to adjust the image compression used, and you can even ZIP all your files after processing, to download them all in one quick and easy action.

Keeping your filenames and structure intact is important, and they won’t touch non-image files. So you can basically upload your entire website as a ZIP file, and get the optimized version back. It has never been easier to have a light footprint on the internet.

You can try out this interesting new service on

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