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WebP converter by TinyIMG

WebP combines lossy and lossless compression methods to reduce image
            file size but retains outstanding quality.

Convert JPG and PNG images to WebP

Did you know that your JPG and PNG files can be up to 34% smaller? If you choose WebP image format, they definitely can! WebP combines lossy and lossless compression methods to reduce image file size but retains outstanding quality - just what your website needs.
Convert WebP images to JPG.

Convert WebP images to JPG

Need to upload your WebP images to an app or access them in a print-friendly format? Covert multiple WebP files to JPG at once. Get access to the most widely-compatible image format in seconds!
High-quality images look great, but they can massively slow down your Shopify store.

Keep images high-quality at reduced size

Never sacrifice quality! With WebP format, you’ll achieve perfect balance. Serve images of small sizes and outstanding quality. Great website speed and satisfied visitors guaranteed!
TinyIMG automatically optimizes your images and uploads the optimized version to your Shopify store.

Why worry about website image sizes?

Large image sizes slow down the website, it’s a fact. Don’t make your website visitors wait! They don’t like that and the search engines don’t like that. Optimize your images by reducing their size for sky-high website speed, conversion rates, and search engine rankings.

How will your converted WebP image look?

Try and guess which of these images is in WebP format? The one on the right! No visible quality reduction, pixelation or color loss. Only a great-looking image that will load quickly because of the significantly lower file size.

Original image.

JPG: 139.0 KB

Original image.

WebP: 37KB

Browsers supporting WebP images

Worry not, at this point almost all browsers support WebP images. You can serve WebP images on:

Chrome logoChrome

Safari logoSafari

Opera logoOpera

Microsoft edge logoMicrosoft Edge

Firefox logoFirefox

Only watch out for older browser versions or Internet Explorer.