Image Commander
Image Commander
1.80

1.7

Image Commander free download for Mac

Image Commander

1.80
24 March 2010

Add text or watermark to any picture.

Overview

Image Commander is a full-featured software that allows you to add text or image watermark to any picture. Protect your copyrights with a copyright notice or your logo. Add text comments to any image. Create advanced thumbnails with cool styles and effects. Prepare your image collections to be published on the web. Resize, crop and rotate thumbnails. Batch processing thousands of images. Image Commander can display EXIF information and use it as watermarks.

What's new in Image Commander

Version 1.80:
  • Added: Date and Time now get from Exif
  • Improved: Interface
  • Fixed: Few minor bugs

8 Image Commander Reviews

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Colette
05 November 2009

Most helpful

Can confirm Tarzan and Jane value. I'm missing many features for 30 dollars!
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Version 1.71
Kobrasio
25 March 2010
This program, to me, doesn't have the look, feel, usability or functionality of a well thought-out Mac program. I can confirm that! Im missing many features for $30. Seems the software has winows standard quality.
Like (2)
Version 1.80
Pripyat
24 March 2010
the interface is difficult to use and has a lot of cosmetic errors - it's not worth $30 in my opinion.
Like (2)
Version 1.80
Registryrid
29 November 2009
Look good so far, no bug found. keep it up.
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Version 1.75
Colette
05 November 2009
Can confirm Tarzan and Jane value. I'm missing many features for 30 dollars!
Like (14)
Version 1.71
Sjsw
29 May 2009
This program, to me, doesn't have the look, feel, usability or functionality of a well thought-out Mac program. On the developers website it states that "Image Commander full support for Microsoft Windows XP, Vista and Apple Mac OS X . Image Commander have look, feel, and function identically on both operating systems, each running the same underlying engine". Aside from the fact that it sounds like it was written by Tarzan (me Tarzan, you Jane), I don't think the developer understands that Mac Users have higher standards for software than a typical PC user. We expect to be able to drag and drop as well as have standard menu-bar functionality. This program has neither and as someone else has mentioned there is freeware out there that is much better than this. My advice to the developer is that if you want to sell software to Mac Users, go back to the drawing board and write a Mac Program with Mac-like usability and functionality. Porting a PC program just doesn't cut it.
Like (5)
Version 1.20
Zorrro
28 March 2009
Its realy painful that the quality of the softwares go down but the prices go always up. Contra: Has many bugs + GUI + not user friendly
Like (2)
Version 1.13
Tice
18 March 2009
No Command/Z? No menue at all. No drag'n'drop, awful GUI (if you set a frame and want to undo it: How?? Sorry, there is even better freeware out there.
Like (2)
Version 1.12
Macsolu
08 February 2009
A few weeks (and a few versions) ago, this was a Universal Binary. Now it REQUIRES an Intel-based Mac. Bad choice to exclude millions of users of older Macs.
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Version 1.07
2 answer(s)
Diarbyrag
Diarbyrag
18 February 2009
Looks like you got your wish :-)
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Version 1.10
Tecnicodemac
Tecnicodemac
24 March 2009
Noup Not necessary an Intel It's working fine in my PowerBook G4 1.67 Ghz I just evaluating the free shareware copy. It looks nice. I'm just playing Try it
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Version 1.12
$29.95

1.7

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later
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