Optimize images in one click: reduce image file sizes, convert WebP, keep your images beautiful… and boost your loading time and your SEO!
Optimize images in one click: get lighter images without losing quality, convert WebP and speed up your website!
Imagify is the most advanced tool to optimize images. You can now use this power directly in WordPress.
After enabling it, all your images including thumbnails will be automatically optimized when uploaded into WordPress. You can also use Imagify to convert WebP images, which will additionally reduce the size of your website making it faster.
WooCommerce and NextGen Gallery compatible.
A fast site is important primarily for visitors who may leave a website that is too slow, but also for SEO performance since search engines consider website speed as a ranking factor.
Website size is one of the most important factors that affect the website performance: images can account for 50% of your loading time.
By optimizing images you will quickly gain precious seconds and make your website faster.
Learn more about image compression, check that: https://imagify.io/images-compression.
Imagify can optimize all images: jpgs, pngs, pdfs and gifs (whether animated or not).
You already have lots of unoptimized images? Not a problem, you will love the Bulk Optimizer to optimize all your existing images in one click.
Imagify can directly resize your images, you won’t have to lose time anymore on resizing your images before uploading them.
There are three optimization levels available – Normal, Aggressive and Ultra.
With the backup option, you can change your mind whenever you want by restoring your images to their original version or optimize them to another compression level.
Now, for each image you optimize with the Imagify plugin, you will also get its WebP version (if you tick the option in the settings); in your Media library, this will result in the following image versions:
– full-sized optimized image,
– full-sized WebP image,
– optimized thumbnails,
– WebP thumbnails.
The optimization will also work for images included in your themes and plugins.
If you want, Imagify can also display WebP images on your front-end in two ways:
– rewrite rules in the .htaccess file.
If you kept a backup copy of the original images, you have the possibility to create their WebP version separately (one by one or via the bulk optimization).
“Imagify is an awesome tool that is powerful & easy to use. It’s fast, rivals and surpasses other established plugins/software. Awesome!” — Simon Harper
“If you want to “squeeze” your images as much as possible and “trim out” your website on the highest professional level… Imagify” — Ivica Delic
“Clearly Imagify is the most awesome WordPress plugin to compress images on your website! A must try” — Eric Walter
You can optimize for free 20MB of images (about 200 images) every month. You can convert WebP for free.
Need more? Have a look at our plans: https://imagify.io/pricing
Have a look at our upcoming features by following our development roadmap: https://trello.com/b/3Q8ZnSN6/imagify-roadmap
We are WP Media, the startup behind WP Rocket the best caching plugin for WordPress.
Our mission is to improve the web, we are making it faster with WP Rocket and lighter with Imagify.
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Imagify can optimize JPG, PNG, PDF and GIFs (whether animated or not).
There are three compression levels available – Normal, Aggressive and Ultra.
Normal compression is a “lossless” optimization. This means there is no loss of image quality.
Aggressive and Ultra compression are more powerful, so the picture quality will be somewhat reduced. The weight of the image will be much less.
We recommend Aggressive as the best balanced level that reduces the size but does not affect the quality.
It would be best, however, to test the 3 levels of compression on a smaller amount of images and see how it affects the quality of your image. Once you see which one suits your needs, you can easily run the others via Bulk optimization or Media Library page.
The image optimization process is performed on our servers. Once done, Imagify returns the optimized image to your server. We do not edit images’ title or any other information, so there is nothing further to be done on your end. Your original images will be moved to a dedicated backup folder (just make sure to keep the Backup option active in Imagify settings).
Once your images have been optimized via the WP plugin, they stay on your end forever (even if you delete the Imagify account).
During the optimization process, images sent via the API or WordPress plugin are stored for one hour on our server (they are already sent back to your site and stay there safely).
Using the online application, images are stored for 24 hours (with a free account) and for unlimited time if you have a paid subscription.
Yes, as long as the Backup option is active in Imagify settings (it is active by default when you activate the WP Plugin).
Yes, your images will stay compressed even after removing Imagify (and even after you delete your Imagify account).
Do not waste your time resizing and optimizing your images in Photoshop. Imagify takes care of everything!
By default EXIF data is removed. It is possible to keep it with the WordPress plugin by enabling the option in Imagify Settings page.
Absolutely. Most of the time, Imagify will still be able to optimize your images even if you have already compressed them with another tool.
No. Imagify automatically replaces the images with an optimized image. The backup option allows you to keep the original images and restore them with one click.
Yes. By activating the backup option in the plugin, you can re-optimize each image with a different compression level.
When the plugin is disabled, your existing images remain optimized. Backups of the original images are still available if you have enabled the images backup option.
The plugin can be used on all hosts including “managed hosting” providers like WP Engine.
Yes, Imagify is 100% compatible with multi-site.
It is possible to use Imagify plugin on WordPress.com if you have a Business account.
Yes, the Imagify team offers full email support. You can contact us via https://imagify.io/contact/.
When is support available?
Our support is currently available Monday-Friday 8AM-6PM CET. We answer every email so you can expect the answer from us within 24h max (unless during the weekends).
Yes and no credit card is required.
No. However, you get 20MB of quota per month for free.
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