By Gerald Ni
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ViewPic is a lightning fast image viewer, you can quickly browse through all images in a folder. It's designed for improving your image viewing experience on Mac OS X.
* Better image viewing experience
ViewPic features a neat and typical interface, all functional button are listed on top, and thumbnail at the bottom, both of them will hide automatically and show up when you need them. You can even view image in chromeless mode, so you can avoid unnecessary distraction when viewing images.
* View thousands of images in a folder
Now you can drag multiple images to ViewPic, or simply open a folder directly, press back and forward to view all images quickly and smoothly.
* Super fast viewing
Display your photos including the large image files, in fast speed and lossless quality. View your images in real time since you never have to import them into library first.
* Convenient viewing option
You can also adjust the image for better viewing with options to flip horizontal / vertical, rotate, resize .etc. And viewing image conveniently with zoom in/out, fit to screen, 1:1 original size etc. All the functional button are available in menu bar.
* Other useful features
- If you want to set a photo as desktop wallpaper, simply click on set wallpaper on -menu bar.
- You can browse all imported image thumbnails for quick navigation.
- Lets you resize image.
- You can also set ViewPic as default image viewer.
- You can customize the viewing background color as you wish.
- Supports all mainstream image formats, including png, bmp, gif, jpg, jpeg, icns, tiff, tif, psd, etc.
Notice: App Store version ask for permission to get access to all images in a folder every time because it is sandboxed according to the guideline. While the website version can open all images without asking by default. Please contact our support if you want the website version instead after purchasing.
What's New in Version 1.2.0
1. Removed the image transition when browsing next/prev images;
2. Enhanced image displaying speed and quality, open large image faster than before;
3. UI enhancement, now supports Retina display;
4. Lets you change background color in preference;
5. Will not prompt the user and asks for permission to open the remaining images of the folder, you can change the setting in Preference.
6. Other minor bugs fixed.
If you enjoy the ViewPic update, please take a minute to leave a review, thank you very much for your support, it's really appreciated.
The needed viewer for 'Windows to Mac' users
I switched from Windows to Mac, and it is silly that there is no image viewer that comes with Mac that can scroll through the images like a flip book. There is the option to press spacebar and scroll through in Finder, but that will not enable the user to scroll through the images in the right order. I previoulsy used Tovi, but I had problems with that viewer. ViewPic, on the other hand, has a very clean and simple interface that can do just that simple job I was looking for. It also comes with other features, but they don’t overcrowed the product. After my purchase, there was some confusion about not being able to scroll though my images. I contacted support to see what was going on, and I was explained the problem, and it was fixed. It had to do with Mac’s security settings. The staff was very friendly. I say this is a recommended product. I hope more files become compatible.
Good photo viewing app for Macbook Air
This is a well designed photo viewing app that can open one, or all of the photos in a folder, allowing you to scroll through them - full screen / dark background - with the arrow keys, rendered according to their refinement, offering a drop down menu of editing features including resizing and zoom. This app does not feature a fancy slide show with dissolve and background music - thank God! Sometimes we DON’T want all that sexy stuff goin’ on. I download a lot of photos of an adult nature and this app offers a pleasing platform on which to view them.
I really like this app BUT....
But the setting to "open all images in same folder automatically" isn't working. Also it doesn't let you swipe to the next photo with the trackpad or does it let you slide from side to side the bottom thumbnails with the trackpad. And would be nice to have a slideshow option. Soon as you fix these issues I'll be the first to give you five stars :)
- Category: Photography
- Updated: Jun 09, 2015
- Version: 1.2.0
- Size: 1.7 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Gerald Ni
- © 2015 Lighten Software Limited
Compatibility: OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor