Developer: Haruko Suzuki

Current Version: 3.3

Last Updated: 3 years ago

Download Size: 26 MB - Download


ImageLook is a simple image viewer. ImageLook has functions below:

・Simple and easy User Interface
・View all images in a folder
・Many image format suuport: JPG, PNG, GIF, etc
・GIF Animation full support (play/pause and frame-by-frame playback is available)
・Browse by thumbnail images
・Zoom and rotate image
・Multi Touch support (pinch gesture to zoom, swipe gesture to switch image)
・Multi Display support
・Full Screen support
・Printing support
・Move image file to trash
・Open Last Item when startup option
・Startup with Full Screen option
・Change Image format (export)
・Sharing Service Support (AirDrop, Mail, Message, Twitter, Facebook, Flickr)

ImageLook can view all images in a folder. You can switch images smoothly with arrow keys or swipe multitouch gesture.

Enjoy your image browsing life with ImageLook.


Release Notes:

- Version 3.3 New features:
-- Drag to scroll feature added.
- Version 3.2 New features:
-- Open all files in subfolders option and Image Browser can display thumbnails with grouping by subfolders.
-- Transition Effect is available. Dissolve, Flash, Swipe, etc. (All 9 effects)
-- Slideshow feature is available. Interval time and transition effect, transition effect duration options are available.
-- Gaussian blur for Image Browser background. (OS X 10.9 or later only)

-Version 3.3 Bug fixes:
-- Menu string fixed.
-- Navigation, play/pause buttons centering bug fixed.
-Version 3.2 Bug fixes:
-- Printing for GIF, current frame will can print now.
-- Opening recent file bug.
-- Fix associated file icons on OS X 10.9.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 2.2
Review by Vitelloni

Crashed. I don't need that from a paid app - This app is not ready at least to charge $ 5.99 for it. It's slow and it just crashed.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 3.3
Review by DrWWD

How does it work? - This app suffers from a distinct lack of instructions. After playing around with it for a while I gave up and went back to the old way of scaning those small icons in Finder.

Found helpful by 3 out of 4 people