Resize your image size from MB to kB. Supports JPG, PNG, and WebP
MB2KB is an easy to use online tool designed to optimize your images to any specific size. You can choose to compress your images to any desired size like 100 kB, 200 kB, 350 kB, etc.
A lot of government websites often require images to be uploaded in a specific size. MB2KB is the perfect tool to shrink your images to the correct size.
We also have an Image Compressor mobile app that lets you compress images to a specific size really quickly. Our mobile app also lets you compress multiple images at once.
Compressing images using mb2kb quite simple. Follow these easy steps to compress any image to your desired size.
Drag and drop or choose an image from your phone or PC that you want to compress.
Enter your required image size for the compression.
Choose your resolution and click on the Download button to download the video.
Click on Compress image to being compressing the image. After the image is successfully compressed, you’ll find a Download button to save the image to your device.
If you find yourself needing to compress images more frequently, an Image Compressor mobile app can come in really handy. Our Image Compressor mobile app is available for Android devices.
mb2kb is an online Image Compressor tool that allows you to compress image files to a specific size with ease. It’s ideal for optimizing images for web, emails, or online forms.
Yes, mb2kb is a completely free tool. There are no usage limitations it.
No, mb2kb is a web-based Image Compressor. The image is compressed right inside your web browser.
Upload the image you want to compress, choose the desired size, and click the “Compress” button. Your compressed image will be ready for download within seconds.
We currently support compressing images in JPEG, PNG and WebP formats.
We don’t upload any images to our server for processing. The entire compression happens locally inside your web browser. Your images never leave your device.
We don’t upload any images to our server. All processing happens locally and we don’t store any image data.