Embed a variety of filetypes (PDF, DOC, CSV, etc.) right in the browser using the Google Viewer API. Embed documents with a shortcode or an extra button in the WYSIWYG Editor.
Associate posts with media attachments and metadata, then output this data in your theme files using an extensive API with several functions and a custom Loop.
Add image galleries to your post and pages with lightbox support by adding images in a metabox. Everything else is inherited from WordPress defaults making it simple to set-up and easy to start.
Adds drag and drop functionality to the featured image metabox in WordPress. Automatically replaces the default box on your post edit screen with a drag and drop box with a built-in file browser.
Automatically add watermarks to images uploaded to WordPress using text, a custom image, or a combination of both. You can also manually add watermarks through the Media library or uploader.
Easily make downloads available on your site with multiple versions. Style downloads layout using customizable content templates and include with a shortcode, widget or function.
Use a drag and drop interface to create and edit newsletters, either automatically recurring or one at a time. Pull in content from your WordPress install and customize the look and feel of your newsletter. Mobile friendly.
Add slideshows to your site using the jQuery cycle plugin. Pick from several different transitions, and organize slides into multiple slideshows. Add them to your posts or pages with a shortcode, function or widget.
Generate new thumbnails when new image sizes are added to your WordPress theme. You can regenerate all of your thumbnails at once, or chose just a few, or even just one image using the Media Library.
Swap out images and assets you have already uploaded without having to delete images and replace them manually. Gives you access to a new option in your Media Library entitled "Replace Media."
Picturefill.WP provides an easy way to add responsive images to your WordPress site, using the Picturefill polyfill developed by Scott Jehl and automatic image sizing.
The swiss army knife of plugins, the Jetpack plugin comes with a few dozen features to enhance your WordPress site, from carousels and comments to a full JSON REST API.