Image Optimizer is a free open source lossless image compression application for Linux. This lossless image optimizer comes with a simple and clean UI with no configuration options. To add an image, just browse and select. Automatically optimizes the current image and replaces it with the optimized version. Supports bmp, jpg, jpeg, png, pnm and tiff file formats. It is based on JpegOptim and OptiPng and is released under the MIT license.
Install Image Optimizer on Ubuntu
Image Optimizer is available as a flatpak package for Ubuntu. You can also install from an unofficial snap package. First, if you don’t have flatpak and flathub, you’ll need to install them on your system. After installation, reboot the system to open a terminal and run it under the Image Optimizer flatpak installation command.
flatpak install flathub com.github.gijsgoudzwaard.image-optimizer
After installation, you can use this command to open the image optimizer.
flatpak run com.github.gijsgoudzwaard.image-optimizer
Install the image optimizer via snap.
You can also install Image Optimizer using the following snap command. In the terminal, run this snap Image Optimizer installation command.
sudo snap install image-optimizer
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