Stockpile
Stockpile
2.4.0

5.0

Stockpile free download for Mac

Stockpile

2.4.0
06 October 2016

Organize, search, filter, and manage your image collection.

Overview

Stockpile helps you organise, search, filter, and manage your entire photo collection. Add multiple libraries, create and attach custom tags to photos, group tags into collections, rate images, and watch a slideshow of your favourite snaps.

Features
  • Group tags into collections
  • Built-in special filters (e.g., images with no tags)
  • Powerful search and advanced filters
  • Drag-and-drop import process
  • Files can be kept in-place (no large storage overhead)
  • Split libraries across multiple volumes
  • Optimised for large libraries
  • Fullscreen slideshows
  • Supported file formats: .png, .jpg, .jpeg, .gif, .tiff, .ico, .icns, .eps, .psd, .bmp, .tga

What's new in Stockpile

Version 2.4.0:
  • Added the ability to select all tags in a tag collection with one click
  • Added the ability to change the slideshow background color
  • Added 'Open With...' menu to image browser context menu
  • Added the ability to move photos between libraries
  • Added a new metadata tab to display camera/image information
  • PDF support removed
  • Sound effects toggle
  • Other small enhancements

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1 Stockpile Reviews

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helicos
15 April 2016

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I tried many apps (including Leap, Yep, DEVONthink, Together) and I've found Stockpile to be the best among them to organize and manage my very large (over 2TB) image collection. I found it to be easy to learn and use, and it has some features that I have not found anywhere else. For example, the ability to have multiple containers (called 'silos') which can have many libraries within it and can be stored on several external hard drives. This makes backing up easy and lets me quickly access all my images between my laptop and my desktop. Another feature that I really like is 'Tag Collections'. Rather than having hundreds of unrelated tags, I can group together similar tags. I found this to be really handy when I'm looking for a particular image that I needed to find quickly. The best part is that the developer is very friendly and quick to respond. I exchanged many emails with him about some features that I was looking for and some bugs that I found. He was very quick to add those features and fix the bugs. I can't ask for more!
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Version 2.1.1
helicos
15 April 2016
I tried many apps (including Leap, Yep, DEVONthink, Together) and I've found Stockpile to be the best among them to organize and manage my very large (over 2TB) image collection. I found it to be easy to learn and use, and it has some features that I have not found anywhere else. For example, the ability to have multiple containers (called 'silos') which can have many libraries within it and can be stored on several external hard drives. This makes backing up easy and lets me quickly access all my images between my laptop and my desktop. Another feature that I really like is 'Tag Collections'. Rather than having hundreds of unrelated tags, I can group together similar tags. I found this to be really handy when I'm looking for a particular image that I needed to find quickly. The best part is that the developer is very friendly and quick to respond. I exchanged many emails with him about some features that I was looking for and some bugs that I found. He was very quick to add those features and fix the bugs. I can't ask for more!
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Version 2.1.1
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Prince-Isaac
Prince-Isaac
22 April 2016
That's a nice roundup of your impressions, and for that I thank you. I'm about to head to the MAS to buy this. Aside from its other features, I am particularly excited about the "tag collections," as I *hate* tags simply because you can accumulate hundreds of thousands and they never do me any good when I'm searching on them.

I had to chuckle when I read your first sentence - it's interesting to see that list as I have used all of those but not necessarily for image cataloging. DevonThink Pro Office is an essential research tool for me but I would never have thought of using as you did! :-)

Edited to add: I just re-read the description and if this can eliminate the storage overhead that so-called libraries (which duplicate the images) create, then that is an added bonus. Even though storage is cheap, I'd rather not have a dozen copies of my favorite tree scattered around.
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