Developer: Boudewijn Pelt

Current Version: 1.7

Last Updated: 2 months ago

Download Size: 2.1 MB - Download


You have photos. You want to view them.

But you always get your photo in a window. It's always some extra steps to view the photo full-screen.
And then you want to view the next photo...
This should be easier and quicker.

So I made InstaView for you.
You get your photo full-screen. Instantly.

And starting a slideshow is super easy too. Just open a folder and press enter.

And there is more, you can do the same thing with videos, or mix photo's and videos. Straight from the memory-card if you want.

Feature List:

• Full-screen photos and movies

• Auto updating hot folder
InstaView keeps watching for new photos. You can send photos from your WiFi enabled camera to InstaView and display them as you shoot them.

• Start recent folders with a single click from the welcome screen.

• Navigate your photos and videos quickly with a thumbnail grid.

• Multiple viewing modes.
Choose how to use the available screen-space. Zoom to fit, stretch to fill or fill the screen without stretching.

• Large pointers.

• Custom transition effects.

• Automatic playback at startup.
You can let InstaView open the last used folder and start playback automatically.


Release Notes:

View the filename or file-path of the current image.
Copy the file-path of the current image to the clipboard as text.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.2
Review by Ca45

This is the BEST photo viewer for the Mac OS - As a former Windows user, I have been searching for YEARS for photo viewers that were as good as what you can find in the Windows world, and I now crown v1.2 of InstaView the KING of photo viewers for Mac OS, now that it has thumbnail views (just press the G key to go to thumbnails, scroll to find the photo you want, then double-click it). If you’re like me, you like quick access to your photos (thumbnail view) AND you like to be able to see them at 100% magnification (which InstaView does). Do yourself a favor and get this app….it might be the last photo viewer you ever buy.

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