Viewer
Viewer
4.1

3.2

Viewer free download for Mac

Viewer

4.1
25 May 2011

Browse images, including animated GIFs.

Overview

Viewer is the most elegant and stylish way to browse and convert Images and PDF, it is easy to use and fully compatible MacBook gesture and MagicMouse.

Viewer can play and control animated GIF Images.

Features:
  • Browse all kind of images.
  • Ability to browse a specified image type.
  • Browse animated GIFs with control.
  • Can get a specify image from animated GIF.
  • Browse PDFs.
  • Fullscreen.
  • Images thumbnails.
  • Remove image totally (Secure remove).
  • Lock and unlock PDFs.
  • Images converter.
  • Ability to fix broken animated gif.
  • Impressive design.
  • You will find out more features.

For more info (Video) visit our website.

What's new in Viewer

Version 4.1:
New - Preferences:
  • Browse Subfolders.
  • Fullscreen at Startup.

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Apple-Boy
08 February 2011

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Don't want to buy a program without testing it before. This is the reason why I'm on Macupdate and not on App store.
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Version 2.2.1
abby8616
13 April 2018
Works as just a viewer, can't convert images and PDF with good results.
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Version 4.1
earlr
06 August 2015
This program crashes constantly. The image looks great but only allows me to view pictures by hitting the left arrow. If I hit the right arrow, it crashes. I have tried for days but cannot find anyone who supports the product. I am using the latest Yosemite on in iMac 27.5 Retina Display.
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Version 4.1
ChasJ
05 April 2014
I really like the idea of a simple no-frills, drag-and-drop image viewer with either thumbnails or full frame. But this crashes constantly on my Mavericks MBP. Stepping from image to image using the arrow keys crashes it every time. Using the mouse scroll wheel or UI buttons works fine though. I find the UI often crashes leaving an empty black panel with no images visible. I have to quit and restart the app to fix this. Also usually crashes when switching to thumbnail view. Would also prefer if the open file dialog didn't open automatically on start-up (I like to drag and drop) It seems very unstable - is this just a OSX 10.9 issue?
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Version 4.1
Big Johnson
20 October 2013
It's definitely just a viewer - not good for anything else, not even renaming. You gotta love keyboard shortcuts to love this app, and I don't. The toolbar only has basic functions, you can't even rotate or trash a file unless you use a shortcut or do it from the menu. Only 7 preferences that don't offer any real customization. I HATE not having a sidebar with thumbnails visible ALL THE TIME. There's no fast way to jump to a specific image in a full folder. I also don't like the hiding toolbar - although it appears quickly, it still takes longer to press a button than if if were always there (should be a preference). JustLooking offers more features (including resize, rename and a thumbnail window) and is FREE. It's not perfect, but better - it offers a bunch of preferences and can be set to replace Preview as the default image viewer. https://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/23377/justlooking Only tested this briefly on 2 folders, so I can't comment on stability, but since I must provide a rating I'll give it a 5 since I didn't see any negative comments about crashing or freezing.
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Version 4.1
Mlbkxbx
28 October 2011
Hmmm. Promising alternative to my current image viewer sequential. For now, sequential beats Viewer hands down when it comes to both speed, stability and functionality, but sequential doesn't seem to be updated anymore, so therefore i'm looking for alternatives. I really think Viewer has potential though. It's minimal, simple, looks rather ok (it falls short of being beautiful though) - just what i look for in an application. But, for now, it doesn't have what it takes to become the default image viewer, at least on my computer. Cons (IMHO, of course): - HUD instead of a proper main window. It's not wrong, just look weird. - Doesn't remember (or keep) previous window size and position. - Sometimes opens up obscured by (overlaps behind) the dock. - All animations are jerky/laggy (Quad + 6750m iMac) - Thumbnail mode in fullscreen has no pointer to select with. - Zoom is rather clumsily implemented, and not very smooth. - Perhaps it's too minimalistic (never thought i'd say that)!
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Version 4.1
wickedsp1d3r
21 October 2011
For some reason, all my images look kind of blurry with this application. In addition to this, the window doesn't resize when browsing multiple images with different sizes. Back to Xee.
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Version 4.1
meme12
09 August 2011
Since there isn't a demo, just wondering if the slideshow feature has different transition effects? Specifically, a pan/zoom or Ken Burns like effect. I'll buy a copy happily if it does! Thanks!
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Version 4.1
Xsoul
25 May 2011
i really like the new version, thats my ultimate pictures viewer all the way for mac, keep up the great updates !
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Version 4.0
2 answer(s)
Zeba
Zeba
28 May 2011
@Orytek: True, but is that fair? Why don't they actually sell their apps here also? As they used to. The only way to get things straight is to indirectly boycott Apple by boycotting such developers.
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Lvdoc
Lvdoc
28 May 2011
Zeba: Well, that and letting the developers know that they need to complain to Apple.
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Iamdorian
23 May 2011
I don't know about developers publishing phony reviews of their own products (happens all the time!) in this case, but this product has NO Trial Downloads! This should be totally discouraged. No way I am just plopping down cash without checking out an application first. Boycotting such developers helps us all in the long run, and it is going to be a sad day for the Mac community of people end up on the Apple AppStore encouraged to sell products without providing this critical process of FREE evaluation. I'd love another good thumbnails browser (like ViewIt!) but if I can't check it out first I am highly suspicious).
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Version 4.0
7 answer(s)
Cloudsfactory
Cloudsfactory
23 May 2011
Apple Says "Apps that are "beta", "demo", "trial", or "test" versions will be rejected" and for some reasons i can't post a trial version outside the app store, all developers know that. source: http://www.wired.com/images_blogs/gadgetlab/2010/09/app-store-guidelines.pdf line 2.9
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Iamdorian
Iamdorian
23 May 2011
This is something I did NOT know. Then Apple should be chewed out for this. It's a BAD policy, especially for you developers, then. What they must be trying to do is prevent people from advertising on the store, and then having clients NOT buy through them, thus circumventing their sale percentage (which MUST be high!). However, they could still provide TRIAL DOWNLOAD LINKS for their developers. That's just stupid. I suppose we loose Steve jobs (and his large corporate control) and we get MicroApple, or is it, AppleSoft? Sorry for not understanding their App Store Developer bylaws. I'll have to start a write in (bad propaganda) campaign. Q: ViewIt has a great thumbnail preview feature. It allows for the rapid (and smooth) playback—drag of all thumbs in a collection. This is — in effect — a movie preview in near real time. For Time-Lapse this has proven a VERY useful preview feature (no rendering required). Is this something you have included already (does your preview work this way), or can add? Thanks Dorian
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Cloudsfactory
Cloudsfactory
23 May 2011
Hi Iamdorian, There's a lot to say about App store anyway i tried ViewIt and i agree it has a great thumbnail preview and the answer of your question is no, but there is a difference in images quality, Viewer calculate the sharpness of images by it size.
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Lvdoc
Lvdoc
25 May 2011
Please add me to the list of people who will not be buying without trying. I do not blame you, the developer. Rather, please send yet another complaint to Apple for making business difficult for all of you. I see no sane reason why Apple should not allow a demo. One developer responded to me that "Apple will refund your money if you're not happy." But look at the procedure Apple puts you through for this: http://www.40tech.com/2011/01/31/how-to-get-a-refund-from-the-ios-or-mac-app-stores/ When you report a problem via the iTunes store, the options they give you are as follows: 1. I didn't receive this item 2. I inadvertently purchased this item 3. This item does not function as expected 4. I already own this item 5. This item was labeled incorrectly 6. My concern isn't listed here (with box to explain) Nowhere do I see the option of "I was not happy with the application," or "I just wanted to demo it and see if I liked it." As if that explanation is going to fly in the first place. So, I either lie or hope Apple will accept my rationale of unhappiness. And since all of the articles I found that describe this "simple" process caution us not to abuse this process - and I'm unclear as to how many refund requests constitute an "abuse" - it's conceivable that I cannot really "demo" very many of these pay-up-front products before Apple won't let me do so anymore and will stop issuing refunds. And then, if I do get lucky, I get to wait at least a week before Apple even decides, and then I get to wait even longer before a refund shows up in my bank account. In the meantime, as I await the coveted "unhappiness refund," I no longer have access to the money that I might have spent on a competing product that did allow a trial version and that might have satisfied what I was looking for. And this is Apple's new form of "demo" for an app? Again, developer, I am sorry for your troubles here, but I can't afford to do this. I might ask, though, if the Apple Store is genuinely your only or best option for doing business? I'm sure they offer incentives or simplicity, but perhaps those benefits don't outweigh the loss of sales.
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Orytek
Orytek
25 May 2011
A demo could be posted here and the developer could still have an appstore version. It's not a big deal. Lots of developers do this. Fantastical, Transmit.etc.
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Zeba
Zeba
28 May 2011
@Orytek: True, but is that fair? Why don't they actually sell their apps here also? As they used to. The only way to get things straight is to indirectly boycott Apple by boycotting such developers.
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Lookin2it
Lookin2it
09 October 2011
I agree with the comments re the App store, and the seemingly only alternative of voting with our pocketbook and not purchasing from Dev who ONLY sell thru the monopolistic app store. It seems that this Dev is saying that selling thru Apple somehow circumvents selling said app elsewhere; though I have observed other Dev doing this. Why not just change the app name by 1 or 2 letters and let us purchase thru MAcUpdate? It's probably obvious by my comments that I do not know about software dev or App store rules; but as a customer, this makes perfect sense to me (and perhaps $cents$ for u).
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Geofrant
16 May 2011
This app keeps getting better and better. I really like the new redesigned interface. However, I do feel that a preference option to start in full screen is missing. Overall, great job!
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Version 4.0