Image Size Info For Chrome: Get Image Information In The Context Menu

Tim Brookes 21-02-2013

Chrome’s context menu has an option for opening an image in a new tab, but when it comes to image properties there’s no way of finding an image’s dimensions or file size without downloading the image and opening it in your local viewer. While Google Image Search 7 Vital Google Image Search Hacks Want to use Google Images like a pro? Here are advanced tips you should know for successful image searches Read More provides this information, many search engines and pages do not, and if you’re often on the hunt for images where size matters, you’ll need something to smooth out the workflow.


Step in Image Size Info, a rather simple but useful (to those who need it) extension for Chrome. Once installed, it adds an image information entry to the right-click context menu. The extension provides fast access to the image’s dimensions in pixels, the currently displayed area of the image (handy for images that have been scaled down on the page) and of course the file size.

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The extension also provides quick access to the image URL, though Chrome already has this covered with the “Copy Image URL” entry from the context menu. The extension doesn’t do much more than this, but if you’ve been looking for a tool that makes trawling for images easier 10 Tips to Have Fun Using Advanced Google Search for Images Read More then this one might just do the job.


  • Get information about images directly from Chrome’s right-click context menu.
  • Provides image dimensions, currently viewable area as well as the file size.
  • Also allows for the quick copying of the image URL.

Download Image Size Info for Chrome @ Chrome Web Store


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    June 23, 2013 at 11:56 am

    Good post, but it can be easily done by inspect element option.
    Right click on the picture --> Inspect element, you must have the picture's dimensions