Gallery Grabber QED
Developer: David Kennedy
Current Version: 1.3.3
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 2.8 MB - Download
Gallery Grabber QED is a tool for downloading graphic files from web based picture galleries to your hard-drive.
➤ Facebook Limitation: only public album pages are supported (a public page is one that does not require you to log in).
Drag a gallery page link from your browser to Gallery Grabber's main interface to download gallery images. For Safari and Firefox users, Gallery Grabber browser extensions are available for even easier grabbing.
Gallery Grabber QED was designed to download from the majority of galleries with little or no user intervention. It can automatically determine the type of web gallery that has been dropped, extracting only the gallery images themselves - leaving banners, thumbnails and page design behind.
Gallery Grabber understands three types of web gallery:
• Gallery Page - a single webpage with large gallery images embedded within the page.
• Thumbnail Picture Gallery - a single webpage with small to medium thumbnail images which lead to larger gallery images.
• Thumbnail Page Gallery - a webpage with small to medium thumbnail images which lead to other webpages with embedded gallery images.
When more control is needed Gallery Grabber's automatic behaviour can be overridden, forcing a gallery to be downloaded using a specific method.
If most of your downloads are from galleries other than these, you might want to consider using an alternative application such as a spider or a webbot. Although these may not be as easy or straight forward to use, they should give you the extra features you require to get at these more stubborn galleries.
Gallery Grabber QED does not support frame pages, some password protected sites and sites that prevent image downloading with Flash and other methods.
Fixes a bug that prevented Gallery Grabber from working with the devientArt website.
Most Helpful Reviews
It just works - Works as advertised. Fantastic app!
Contradicts itself - It says it handles basic password authentication in one section and then says it doesn't handle password authentication in another area. Well, it doesn't. Avoid this app!