A new version of the gThumb iPhoto manager and app viewer is available to download. In this post we look at what's new in the gThumb 3.11.2 release.
Ubuntu ships eye of GNOME as its default image viewer but I don't think it's anywhere near featured enough to be default. In this post I explain why.
The view from the top of Glastonbury Tor is breathtaking. You can see for miles and miles across multiple counties in a stunning 360-degree panorama. When I visited I (naturally) couldn’t resist trying to capture the impressive view. Wanting […]
Lightweight image viewer Viewnior – which reached number 5 on our 12 top applications of 2009 – has gained a host of new features in its first update in 9 months.
You know what picture you want to find – you can see it in your mind! Now if only you could remember what it was called… Naming conventions for digital camera images – and worse […]
Google Picasa on Windows comes coupled with an awesome image-viewer. Sadly Google didn’t make this available for Linux users of Picasa, but, thanks to Irakli Gozalishvili and a soul known as Caiacoa, you can install […]
gThumb is an image viewer and browser for the GNOME Desktop that allows users to manage, tag, sort, view and edit their photo collection from the one application. It can import photos directly from digital […]
ViewNior is a lightweight image viewer that was designed with “simple and fast” as it’s mantra – and boy does it live up to it! I’m kicking off my new ‘App Of The Week’ series […]
Below are a selection of Image Viewers that provide more features than the default application and how they compare against it. Eye Of Gnome ” The Default App Being the “Stock” image viewer in Ubuntu […]