[dropcap]W[/dropcap]e all know very well that the tech giant Google has a habit of trying to meet the application needs of its Android ecosystem. Now, according to the latest reports, the tech giant Google just launched an awesome new application for Android which can now be used for free.
WoW! Google Just Launched An Awesome Application
The well-known Google Play Store is the store of applications and games of the Mountain View company, of course, I am talking about none other than the tech giant Google for users of Android devices. The war is constant, since its launch, with the tech giant Apple and its well-known App Store.
However, now for the other segments, from the past few months, the tech giant Google has been working on making learning to program as a game, through the Area 120 division which is basically dedicated to experimental projects.
Hence, recently, the tech giant Google recently launched its all-new application, which is known as Grasshopper, a mobile game with which anyone can learn to program in a simple way by having fun, and not only that even this app is available for free.
Now, apart from all these things, the tech giant Google wants to help make websites lighter and start optimizing images. For this, the company, of course, the tech giant Google released Squoosh, a tool capable of compressing photos and simply helps to reduce their size.
The all-new application of the tech giant Google, of course, Squoosh is basically developed by the tech giant Google’s Chrome Labs. However, the most interesting thing about this all-new Squoosh application of the tech giant Google is that it can be accessed directly from the browser itself. As this all-new application of the tech giant Google uses the WebAssembly to save images in more traditional formats, such as JPG, PNG, WebP and MozJPEG.
The most interesting thing about this new application is that this well-known and new app simply works best on the browsers like Mozilla’s Firefox and the tech giant Apple’s Safari, which support even more formats than the tech giant Google’s most used web browser, of course, I am talking about none other than Chrome. The Mozilla’s Firefox web browser also allows to save images in BMP and the tech giant Apple’s web browser, Safari allows to save images in TIFF, PDF, GIF, BMP and JPEG2000.
Moreover, in any web browser, the all-new application of the tech giant Google, of course, Squoosh also allows to reduce the amount of colors of the photo and modify several filters. Basically, all the features are primarily aimed at reducing the size of files simply to allow them to load faster.
Therefore, the tool informs on the same screen what the initial size of the file will be and what weight it will have after the optimization. So, what do you think about this? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.