In order to give the reader the fastest possible access to your content, image file sizes should be optimized for web. We do support retina display devices, so if you require those type of high-res images in your publication, it can be done. The trick is to find a balance between high-quality images and images that won't unnecessary bloat your publication. A good rule of thumb when sizing images for your publication is to ask yourself if this image will need to be 2000px high by 2000px wide. Is there a device out there that'll take full advantage of that image size? If not, downsize! Advice from Readz publishers: "We try to keep images below 300 KB. Using a variety of strategies, such as saving for web in Photoshop and dropping the quality to maximum 80% are easy ways to make your images lighter." Here are some tools to help you optimize your images for a better, faster reading experience.

https://imageoptim.com
Image Optimization
There is no maximum image file size on Readz; however, since the publication is on the web and is something that requires a download, file size does matter.
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