Kodak Easyshare
Kodak Easyshare
6.2

2.6

Kodak Easyshare free download for Mac

Kodak Easyshare6.2

10 September 2009

Organize, print and share your digital pictures.

Overview

Kodak Easyshare is a simple way to organize, print, and share...
  • Organize your most treasured photos
  • Get great looking prints online, at home or at retail
  • Share photos with family and friends through e-mail
  • Enhance colors, crop and fix red-eye
  • Save your photos on CD

What's new in Kodak Easyshare

Version 6.2: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

Join over 500,000 subscribers.

Subscribe for our newsletter with best Mac offers from MacUpdate.

How would you rate Kodak Easyshare app?

27 Reviews of Kodak Easyshare

mrsidoric
18 May 2004
Version: 3.3

Most helpful

Warning - it takes 15-20 minutes to navigate, register and download the Easyshare software. The process is dauntingly cumbersome and fraught with loads of 'gottchas'. Kodak should streamline the process and send the marketing dweebs packing -- building a mailing list by alienating potential customers is a BAD IDEA. I'll evaluate Easyshare when I have more time to kill.
(0)
1
jbissell2@mac-com/Whinnery2
29 May 2014
Version: 6.2
Could not get program to print correctly on my Epson Artisan 837. Very poor quality printing.
(0)
Claidheamdanns
22 August 2010
Version: 6.2
I have to agree with you. Very frustrating. Why doesn't a Kodak camera just open up in iPhoto on the Mac, like every other sensible camera does??
(0)
Ray16
19 November 2007
Version: 6.1
Is there a download link still for OS9???
(0)
Show comment (1)
4.25
Perplexity
03 August 2006
Version: 6.0
Never used EasyShare 5 (cannot compare). I was thinking about buying iLife (read iPhoto) for my V603 but tried EasyShare 6 first. The interface is okay and I liked it from the start. Good performance, all the tools I need are there. It's not as Macish as iPhoto but it integrates perfectly with my V603. If you have a Kodak camera, give it a try like me.
(0)
Ratman
14 June 2006
Version: 6.0
I've been long awaiting this update to see if finally the Mac version has caught the windoes version… At version 5 of the PC platform app there was a neat little extra added to the app. "cartoon". Naturally this is the function that I want to try play with on my Mac, but can't as it has yet to be included, last dition that I had dld prior to this is 5.2.2 I hope the 60MB dld is worth the eaon it takes to dld … What is with all these "huge" updates, are they just rewriting the whole app every time?
(0)
3
New-User
12 June 2006
Version: 5.2.2
The good: It doesn't force you to use it's weird directory structure like iPhoto does. It doesn't take forever and a half to start up. It's free. The bad: Horribly clunky interface. Tried to import all photo's from my Pictures folder without asking me first. The break down: Good features suffer due to a bad interface. For the money they're investing in development of this app they'd do better to go back to the beginning. Rip off iPhoto's interface pixel-for-pixel, and then improve it. As it is, it feels a cheep PC-esque iPhoto wanna-be, not a mature Mac app.
(0)
Ray16
28 April 2006
Version: 5.2.2
Does Easyshare work with other Brand Name Cameras??
(0)
Complex-person
14 February 2006
Version: 5.2.1
Because of free software that is this good, Apple is forced to constantly make iPhoto better. Thanks! Kodak
(0)
4.75
Anonymous
08 October 2005
Version: 5.1
Just got a Kodak C310. Ignored installing the Easy Share software. Plugged it DIRECTLY into Tiger with the usb provided by Kodak and it syncs to perfection with iphoto. the trick is to just do it. got the tip from reading charles moore's review--it works!
(0)
3.25
Anonymous
23 September 2005
Version: 5.1
Extremely bloated with icons that are to similar. But, none the less its usable and great to see that Kodak develops for OS X.
(0)
4.75
Anonymous
16 July 2005
Version: 4.0.6
I've been using 4.06 for a while now and been very solid and stable. The program is very similar to iPhoto without the price. I do like that the program does not move my image files, that there is a "save as" command for edited images and that I can drag and drop between EasyShare and PhotoShop Elements. Overall it's solid, simple, well written software.
(0)
2.25
Anonymous
18 March 2005
Version: 4.0.4
This is a poor attempt at trying to do everything iPhoto does. It's not as stable and it contains bugs. Kodak didn't even prepare this to store huge numbers of images. Why the company didn't integrate everything into iPhoto is quite puzzling. But, then it is Kodak.
(0)
Show comment (1)
Chipster
18 March 2005
Version: 4.0.4
Beware, exporting photos from iPhoto to EasyShare crashes iPhoto - hard. Runnin Mac OS X v10.3.8 on two different computers. Other than that, this app looks like it has promise.
(0)
5
Anonymous
24 February 2005
Version: 4.0.3
I prefer Kodak EasyShare to the version of iPhoto that came with my Mac. It is easy to use for all the functions I need (it has essentially the same functionality as iPhoto), and it doesn not copy/move photos to wierd locations on the hard drive like iPhoto does. Highly recommended unless iPhoto is just heaven to you.
(0)
Show comments (2)
Anonymous
30 November 2004
Version: 4.0.3
this software is the most unnecessary peace of sw ever. iphoto does it, Image Capture doest it. simply move photos and videos from the camera to your computer. nothing else is needed. and why the hell is there no os 9 software available?
(0)
Show comments (2)
4.5
Anonymous
29 November 2004
Version: 4.0.3
Aside from it not giving clear enough instructions on how to integrate with iPhoto, and aside from the lack of ability to resize images (or at least I can't find this feature), this software is stellar. I had expected lackluster Mac support when I bought my camera, but was pleasantly surprised to find them bothering to compete with iPhoto. I hope they keep up the good work.
(0)
2.75
Anonymous
29 November 2004
Version: 4.0.3
So basically I loaded the software, it all went well then asked if I would like to import my iphoto library, I clicked yes and it launched iphoto. Then nothing. After reading the instructions I choose to export the library which came to 2 gigs, I have around 110 gigs spare on the drive I choose to export to. Easy share said I did not have enough room, then crashed iphoto, then crashed itself. As usual from Kodak, macs come second with second rate software, best left.
(0)
Anonymous
18 November 2004
Version: 4.0
Moved my Pictures Folder to ~/.bin, a folder which is, of course, invisible in the Finder. Many people will never find their pictures again. Bizarre bug and in this sense quite dangerous. System: 10.3.6
(0)
Anonymous
24 August 2004
Version: 4.0
The "upgraded" version 4 of the Kodak Easyshare software no longer allows users to upload pictures to an existing Ofoto album. Instead, you must create a new Ofoto album each time you upload pictures. This is a bit of a hassle if you have existing Ofoto albums that are periodically updated with new pictures.
(0)
4.75
Anonymous
21 August 2004
Version: 4.0
Kodak EasyShare is quickly becoming one of the best applications for collecting and sorting images. It has many of the iPhoto benefits and lacks some of the iPhoto problems. One major benefit is that you can load images to a drive and EasyShare will simply catalog them for you. Another really nice feature is that it not only catalogs by year, as iPhoto does, but it sub-catalogs to the day. For me, that is a winner because I have over 6000 photos and often remember roughly when they were taken. It still lacks a few higher level features, but most people will not use them anyway. For a Windows user, I think this is a far better choice than Adobe Photoshop Album, and a must have. If you are using a Mac, as you probably are, then you may be like me and keep it around for a few special things. It plays well with iPhoto, but if you want to make the transition, use find to search a duplicate of the iPhoto Library for the DATA, THUMBS, and ORIGINALS folders and trash them, then have EasyShare scan the whole folder. You will find there are images in these folders that iPhoto did not think you would want to see!!! Give it a try, it is FREE!!!
(0)
Anonymous
14 August 2004
Version: 4.0
Running 10.2.8 on G4 with plenty of ram and memory. The EasyShare download and installer work fine but the application crashes at the 3rd screen during the “Set-Up” portion of the application. The installation also purges any previous versions you may have on your computer. That leaves you with zilch! To top it off, the Kodak website is caught in an endless loop at the “Submit” portion when you try to send them email regarding the problem encountered. In essence, they have made themselves incommunicado. Reminds me of Microsoft who issue lousy software that overwrites their competitors software.
(0)
Graham
09 July 2004
Version: 3.3
The advertising says KE 3.3 requires OSX 10.2.3 or later and it supports OSX 10.3 Panther. I'm using OSX 10.3.4 Panther and have tried to instal KE 3.3. The Installer writes the files but can not finish running the Installer Script. It indicates it's encountered an error and then quits. (Exactly the same thing happens when I try to instal FinePix 3.3 for Fuji cameras.) Has anyone else experienced this problem? If so have they developed a work around or are they aware of an update of KE 3.3?
(0)
Show comment (1)
Anonymous
19 May 2004
Version: 3.3
Well, the pop-up issue is moot now as there is a direct download link with no registration required. Now to see how the app compares to iPhoto and GraphicConverter.
(0)
4
Anonymous
18 May 2004
Version: 3.3
The main reason I downloaded this was to use the Kodak Picture CD feature. After burning a CD, my Kodak Picture CD compatible DVD player did not recognize my CD. Also, I set in the preferences to launch the Kodak Easyshare software once a Kodak Picture CD was inserted. Unfortunately nothing happened when I inserted my CD. Overall I like this software but wish the Picture CD function would work a little better.
(0)
Show comment (1)
4.75
Anonymous
18 May 2004
Version: 3.3
Either I did something right, or others are doing something wrong. Took me all of five mins to download, register and start using this absolutely wonderful app. Yes, its interface is not polished, and doesn't compare to iPhoto. But, it does everything that iPhoto does and more. There are better photo editing features, it is measurably faster than iPhoto, and best of all, it doesn't move your originals. You can even put its "catalog" on a shared disk so others don't have to recreate it (check out MacOSXHints for this). A great app.
(0)
Anonymous
18 May 2004
Version: 3.3
The registration process is bad enough as a concept but it doesn't even work. If you aren't already registered and thus don't have a user name and password you cannot login to sign up for a user name and password. Or maybe the site just doesn't support Safari and Camino and OmniWeb? Either way, it makes it hard to review the software when you can't even get it.
(0)
Show comments (3)
mrsidoric
18 May 2004
Version: 3.3
Warning - it takes 15-20 minutes to navigate, register and download the Easyshare software. The process is dauntingly cumbersome and fraught with loads of 'gottchas'. Kodak should streamline the process and send the marketing dweebs packing -- building a mailing list by alienating potential customers is a BAD IDEA. I'll evaluate Easyshare when I have more time to kill.
(0)