• Tinify’s Developer API: New image converter feature to improve your workflow
    “Can I convert JPG to WebP?”, “When will you develop a JPG converter?”, “Do you have an image converter?”. Yes, yes and yes. Tinify’s API image converter is live! As …
  • Looking for an image size reducer? Learn 5 techniques to better optimize large images beyond compression
    “Make PNG smaller”, “how to compress JPEG to 50KB”, and “image size reducer” are a few of the things users type to find a way to compress large images into …
  • Take advantage of next-gen images to make your website faster in 2023
    One of the most read posts in Tinify’s blog is about WebP, a next-gen image format that offers better compression for a faster website. WebP – together with HEIF, AVIF, …
  • Tinify Multi-CDN: Protect your website against CDN outages
    There’s a saying that the longer a cow stands, the more likely it is to lie down. The same goes for CDN services: the chances of them failing increase the longer they are online. There is why companies are now relying on Multi-CDN.
  • Recent feature Tinify CDN: Purging single files now made easy
    Tinify CDN now includes the option of purging single files – now you can easily remove and update specific content, instead of purging everything.
  • 3 free Tinify tools for early-stage entrepreneurs 
    Website performance is key for small businesses to attract customers. Find out how Tinify’s free image optimization tools can help your website rank higher on search engines.
  • Image compression plugin: Better images with Tinify WordPress Plugin
    A simple way to increase the loading time of your website is to compress the images. If you have a WordPress website, Tinify’s image compression plugin might be very helpful. This plugin can automatically compress all your images by integrating with the popular image compression services from Tinify. You can choose between the different compression options, just how you like it!
  • Pros and cons WebP images
    WebP is a by Google created image file format especially meant for web use. It’s a format that was created in 2010 but it’s still not widely used after all these years. The images can save a lot of storage and can make your webpages way faster which increases the user experience. However, the format is not supported by every browser yet and there is a risk of quality loss. Since more browsers accept the format, it’s getting more and more popular.
  • Developer API’s for better and faster image compression
    An Developer API is a quick solution to compress a lot of images on your website in no time. Instead of manually uploading all your photos within an online compression tool, an API can do it all at once. It saves you a lot of time and besides, compressed images make your page speed way faster. It has a positive influence on how long users will stay on your webpage. But what is an API and how can you compress images with it?
  • How important are compressed images for website speed?
    An easy way to improve your website performance is to compress images. Image compression is the act of reducing file-sizes of images through either a lossy or lossless method. Compressed images have a positive influence on the page speed of your website.

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