At Browserling we're building a network of online tools websites. Each site in the network focuses on one and only one tool category. Each tool does one and only one thing. The first ten websites in the network are Online CSV Tools, which is all about working with Comma Separated Values files, Online TSV Tools, which is all about working with Tab Separated Values files, Online JSON Tools, which is all about working with JSON data, Online XML Tools, which is all about working with XML documents, Online YAML Tools, which is all about working with YAML configs, Online STRING Tools, which is all about working with strings, Online RANDOM Tools, which is all about doing random things, Online BINARY Tools, which is all about working with binary zeros and ones, Online PNG Tools, which is all about working with PNG images, Online HEX Tools, which is all about working with hexadecimal values.

Today we're releasing the eleventh site.

The eleventh site in our network is Online JPG Tools. Online JPG Tools is a collection of simple, free and easy to use utilities for working with JPEG pictures. There are no ads, popups or other garbage. Just JPEG utilities that work in your browser. Load a JPG and instantly get result.

Here's a list of all JPG tools:

Here are upcoming JPG tools:

  • Compress a JPEG
  • JPEG Editor
  • Convert a Sequential JPG to a Progressive JPG
  • Convert a Progressive JPEG to a Sequential JPEG
  • Convert JPG to JPEG2000
  • Convert JPG2000 to JPEG
  • Convert JPG to WebP
  • Convert WebP to JPEG
  • Convert JPG to ICO
  • Convert ICO to JPEG
  • Convert JPG to TIFF
  • Convert TIFF to JPEG
  • Convert JPG to PIK
  • Convert PIK to JPEG
  • Convert JPG to PPM
  • Convert PPM to JPEG
  • Convert JPG to BGP
  • Convert BGP to JPEG
  • Convert JPG to FLIF
  • Convert FLIF to JPEG
  • Convert JPEGs to Animated GIF
  • Convert JPEGs to Animated PNG
  • Create a Glitch JPG
  • Create ASCII Art from a JPEG
  • Create ANSI Art from JPG

The next few sites are onlineASCIItools, onlineHASHtools, onlineGIFtools, onlineBMPtools, onlinePDFtools, onlineIMAGEtools, onlineBROWSERtools, onlineCRYPTOtools, onlineAUDIOtools, onlineCSStools, onlineJStools, and then 10 more.

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See you next time!


Jeff J. Permalink
May 16, 2018, 12:15

A JPEG problem experienced by some forum sites comes from the fact that the site software strips EXIF/IIM/XMP data from uploaded images. Stripping that info in a naive way, as done by some forum software, causes the image to be displayed differently than expected because the metadata contained display hints to scale/crop/rotate the image. It would be fantastic to have an online tool that automatically stripped that data but also applies any "display hints" so that the output image displays as expected.

May 16, 2018, 14:57

Can you send me examples to I'll implement it.

Muhammad Bilal Permalink
May 20, 2018, 03:45

Thank you so much for such a nice article. Actually, I am having a problem with resizing image. I need an image with less size but with good result. I tried some online resizers but they reduce the pixels as well. Can you please suggest any online service or tool?

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