The perfect image optimizer for your website
Quicq's smart technology automatically switches between different next-gen image formats based on the visitor's device.
Experience lightning-fast loading times
Serve each image in the smallest possible file size and increase your conversion! With Afosto's image optimization tool all your images are optimised and compressed. This way all unnecessary bites are stripped from the images without loss of quality. The same image on a mobile device is made smaller than on a desktop.
Images that are too large increase loading times
A common and growing problem with our webshop customers was the optimisation of their images. This takes a lot of time and effort if you have to do it manually. Often, images from suppliers or self-created images are not optimised for the web and even if they are, usually no smaller images are used for mobile. This slows down your website's loading speed and makes it less likely to convert and be found.
Optimise your images automatically with Quicq
With Quicq oversized images are a thing of the past. Our image optimizer optimises every image on your website for every browser and every device. As a result, images are served to the user in the smallest possible way without loss of quality. Want to see how much MB you can save? Test your website with our tool!
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AVIF vs WEBP
There are two clear frontrunners in the battle for the smallest image format. WebP and AVIF. Where JPEG used to be the most important and dominant image format, in the future it is going to be WebP or
What is a WebP File? How to Open and Convert WebP
As you may have noticed while browsing the web, images may be displayed as a WebP file. WebP is a file extension that is used to replace JPEG’s lossless format and is used in the JPEG 2000 image forma
Lossy vs Lossless compression
Images comprise up to 60%-65% of the bytes on most websites. Page size is a major factor in the total time it takes a browser to display a page. Page size is especially important for mobile devices, w