There are many image tool for iPhone, iPod & iPad that can help you resize, crop photos or images. However you may find it is very hard to find one that can crop images to specific dimensions on iPad or iPhone. Most of these image apps can crop photos, but no options to crop or cut the photos to certain size. They may allow you to crop images to a preset aspect ratio or custom aspect ratio, but no way to set particular pixel dimensions, such as crop it to 3200 pixels wide, 768 pixcels height. Also they do not allow you to resize images to specific dimensions. We may need particular pixel or resolution dimensions for some reasons, such as prepare a photo for website or blog, change a new iPhone wallpaper, etc. In this iOS app review, we will recommend an easy-to-use image app that can help you easily resize or crop images to specific dimensions on iPad iPhone.
Crop images to specific dimensions on iPad iPhone
Go to download this crop resize image tool for iOS from App Store for iPhone iPad and iPod.
Step 1. Add source image or photos to the crop resize image tool
Launch the image editor, then tap on the Load button on the bottom tool bar to browse through your photo library or camera roll on iPad or iPhone, select and add the source image or photo to this crop and resize image tool.
Step 2. Crop images to specific dimensions on iPad iPhone
Tap on the Crop button on the bottom tool bar, then drag and drop the marks on the four corners to crop photos to any specific size, dimension or pixels you like.
Step 3. Save the cropped image in crop-size image tool for ios
Once you are done with the cropping, tap on Crop button to save the change you have made to the selected photo, this will save the source photo as a new one in the image tool.
Step 4. Export the cropped image to Camera Roll or Photo Library
To export the cropped image with the certain pixels or resolutions we have set from the image app to your Camera Roll or Photo Libary, simply choose the Save option, you will then get a prompt like this:
Do you want to save image to photo library? Choose Yes, then the cropped image will be exported from this image tool to your iPad or iPhone photo library.
Update Jan 2018: this article was originally posted in 2014 and has since been updated. At the time of writing this guide, the above image editor was free, but now it is no longer free.