Imhotep397
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Imhotep397 reviewed on 26 Mar 2009
Definitely a Buyer Beware product at this point, because the developers don't respond to email. If you want to just use this as a viewer this or Viewer Lite would probably be sufficient, but then if you just needed a viewer you probably would stick to your included version of Preview. The things I was looking for was a viewer with some better than average, but not monster Data Asset management type tools. Anyway this has the basic tools I need, but it is unstable while attempting to sort image sets of, probably close to 1,000 and definitely unstable beyond that. ViewIt could also use a GUI icon overhaul, but unfortunately it looks as is the company has elected to stop active development on it. This is bad, because they have not stopped the service to take money for the app and I'm felling a but duped. Essentially, if you don't have many images ViewIt might be a good option for organization, if however you have a lot of images or just aren't comfortable paying for a something from a company that's no longer actively developing software keep looking.
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Imhotep397 replied on 26 Mar 2009
(Wish I could edit my posts)

Definitely a Buyer Beware product at this point, because the developers don't respond to email. If you want to just use this as a viewer this or Viewer Lite would probably be sufficient, but then if you just needed a viewer you probably would stick to your included version of Preview. The things I was looking for was a viewer with some better than average, but not monster Data Asset management type tools. Anyway this has the basic tools I need, but it is unstable while attempting to sort image sets of, probably close to 1,000 and definitely unusable beyond that. ViewIt could also use a GUI icon overhaul, but unfortunately it looks as if the company has elected to stop active development of it. This is bad, because they have not stopped the service to take money for the app and I'm felling a bit duped. Essentially, if you don't have many images ViewIt might be a good option for organization, if however you have a lot of images or just aren't comfortable paying for a something from a company that's no longer actively developing software keep looking.
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