GAPS
GAPS
0.80.3547

2.3

GAPS free download for Mac

GAPS0.80.3547

05 April 2008

Fast, high volume image sorting/viewing application.

Overview

GAPS is an image sorting and viewing application written to deal with enormous folders full of images. It can easily handle hundreds of thousands of images per folder and continue to operate quickly and stably.

GAPS' DuperFinder feature can scan all of your image folders for duplicates, shows you thumbnails of the dupes as confirmation, and easily removes the extra copies to save disk space.

With GAPS' image sorting features, you use your keyboard to quickly sort images from an "Incoming" folder into multiple folders of your choosing. You can sort images one at a time or in batches by using your mouse to select multiple images (shift-click). As you sort each image, the file is moved and the next image in your incoming folder is displayed automatically. If you make a mistake, GAPS' Undo feature allows you to go back and change your mind about deleting or categorizing an image.

GAPS works best when you use the keys on the numeric keypad to sort, but you can assign any and all keys on your keyboard to perform any sorting action you like.

When you don't feel like sorting images, GAPS' slide show (including full screen) displays all the images in your collection either randomly or in order.

What's new in GAPS

Version 0.80.3547: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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6 Reviews of GAPS

Anonymous
24 September 2005
Version: 0.20

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Certainly is fast... For example, a 3 GB folder of images was indexed and ready to display/sort in a hummingbird's heartbeat. Didn't play around with it much so I can't speak to anything more than the speed of it... zoom.
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Smpdigital
04 June 2006
Version: 0.70.3438
The developing team of this app desperately needs a graphic designer for the graphics on the app and their website and even more someone that barely knows how to design a GUI, it's awful, cluttered and so non-Mac like. I would never pay $20 for this.
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Hpc Technologies
15 March 2006
Version: 0.60.0.3364
Just a quick note where it'll hopefully be seen: GAPS does support viewing PDF's now.
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Neil2112
14 December 2005
Version: 0.50.0.3268
Ok, I am a pro photographer looking for an 'ACDSee killer'. This comment is not comprehensive but a 'first impression' review, so I'm not going to give any stars and I'm going to be brutally critical. Once I've used this more I'll confirm/retract opinions as needed. 1 The developer's site looks like a dog's dinner and makes for a very poor first impression. 2 The name GAPS is awful, as is the logo. Almost anything else would be better. 'PicSort', 'QuickPic', use your imagination. And what the heck is version 0.50.0.3268?? 3 No rotate command! Not having a rotate feature on a photo program is like not having a 'steer' feature on your car. 4 When I use the Finder to do sorting, I just open Image Capture, rotate and dump. GAPS has to have a far broader feature set to be of any use. 5 The gui is quite messy. Needs work. 6 The program is only 'nag-free shareware' because the developer does not value his product enough to give any purchase incentive. GAPS should be freeware until it is ready for primetime. Asking $20 for this is not going to do it. 7 Enough of the negative. It is quite fast, that's an excellent achievement.
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Anonymous
25 September 2005
Version: 0.20
crashes often in 10.4.2 on my powerbook. i had high hope that faded when it dfid not see .pdf files, and died with the crashees...
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b
24 September 2005
Version: 0.20
gaps does not see .pdf files. i find no setting to change this. makes it pretty impractical for os x.
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Anonymous
24 September 2005
Version: 0.20
Certainly is fast... For example, a 3 GB folder of images was indexed and ready to display/sort in a hummingbird's heartbeat. Didn't play around with it much so I can't speak to anything more than the speed of it... zoom.
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