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LilyView is a lightweight, Mutli-Touch friendly image viewer that’s handy and doesn’t get in your way.
• Lightweight. There’s no image library to load, you just browse images in a folder.
• Chromeless. No controls are visible until they are really necessary.
• Multi-Touch friendly. You can literally touch the image when using a trackpad, but LilyView works just fine with keyboard and mouse.
And it's only the beginning…
What's New in Version 1.1
- New design with even less chrome, matching the new OS style.
- Display of image metadata, such as image size and type.
- Quick zoom to 1:1 mode (press Opt key and move mouse to pan).
- Support for Philips HUE for ambient lighting depending on the viewed image (http://www.meethue.com/).
- Support for Leap Motion sensor for swiping, scrolling, rotating and zooming images by moving hands in the air (https://www.leapmotion.com/).
- Support for Lightpack for ambient lighting depending on the viewed image (http://lightpack.tv/).
- Lots of bug fixes and improvements.
Best for students and photographers
I was looking exactly this kind of image viewer. I deal a lot with photographed archival sources and photography in general. This is the most convenient image viewer thanks to its minimalist style and fast browsing (xee is very disappointing in that matter). This is the best alternative to Preview if you wish to easily browse images and use most monitor space.
I can’t set it as default image viewer
I can’t set it as default image viewer, it keeps poping up the banner that asks me to set it as default, I pressed every time but doesn’t work. It’s useless and really annoying!
best for OS X
best images viewer for OS X