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README.md

Pym

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Pym is a desktop app that wraps the web app Squoosh using DeskGap.

Squoosh is an image compression web app that allows you to dive into the advanced options provided by various image compressors.

Image compression is handled locally; no additional data is sent to the server.

On top of it, Pym features:

  • Dark mode support on macOS 10.14+ and Windows 10 1809+.
  • Native file dialog for image exporting.
  • No Google Analytics tracking.

Building locally

Clone the repo, and:

npm install
npm run build

You can run the app with:

npm start
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