Developer: Karelia Software LLC
Current Version: 2.0.1
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 3.4 MB - Download
Do you like the media browser that Apple includes in some of its applications, but wish you could use it from any application? Now you can.
Use the free Karelia iMedia Browser whenever and wherever you need to access your library of photos, music, videos, and bookmarks.
Handy features include:
Browse Photos: iPhoto / Aperture / Lightroom library, Pictures folder, and other predefined folders.
Browse Music: iTunes library, GarageBand songs, Music folder, etc.
Browse Movies: iTunes and iPhoto libraries, Movies folder, etc.
Browse Links: Bookmarks from Safari, etc.
Drag and drop any folder into the source list to add to your library.
Available from the Dock or the Menu Bar, via application preferences.
Flip window over to control toolbar and caption preferences.
Adds support for iPhoto event skimming, support for the Faces feature in both iPhoto and Aperture, and support for Collection groups in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3. Improvements to accessibility; show default selection on first run of the application; iPhoto and LightRoom parser improvements; improvements to Flickr query editor; French localization updates; bugfixes
Most Helpful Reviews
Excellent - Simple. Does exactly what it says and is free. What more could you want? It looks and feels like it was part of OSX all along. Thanks!
iCrash Browser - This won't stay open even once without crashing. I've tried removing with CleanApp to make sure I'm starting fresh, but same result EVERY SINGLE TIME. I'm going to use CleanApp one more time....
More Reviews for Current Version
iMedia Browser 2.0.1 - This is an impressive upgrade, expanding the categories and making iPhoto Event browsing easier and faster. THANK YOU for this great app and improvements. I have used the previous versions and been happy, but this upgrade is even better... : ))
Almost Useful - I guess this is somewhat useful if you only want to see your photos or videos. What it really needs is the ability to copy a photo, video or other media via drag and drop from the iMedia Browser to the desktop or another photo. If there is a way to do this already, I haven't found it. When I try to drag and drop I get the green cursor pointer with the plus sign in it, but nothing happens.
Still does not search Sub-Folders!! Needed/Required Function!! - Tried this new version, and it still does not search folders within a folder (subfolders). So if you're doing a simple search by a name, it only searches the current [parent] folder and does not search any of the [child] folders. iMedia Browser 1 does search folders within folders. It is very helpful and a REQUIRED function!! I will still NOT upgrade. -------------PREVIOUS POST------------------------------------------------------------------------ I use iMedia all the time! I have really loved it. But, this new version is a real disappointment. You can't search folders anymore!! It will only search the current folder that you are viewing, not subfolders!! This was a BIG plus for me. I used the search all the time. Also, the image count at the bottom, reports the total number of images in the folder, not the total number matching your search. It's like Search is broken! I do like the ability to show thumbnails or list view. but, I can't give up Search for that. I can't find the Update option in the Menu. With iMedia Browser removing the search capability, I am going back to the last version. Sorry Karelia. I don't like it. I was also hoping for the ability to view eps files, but that would be a new feature.
Used to be a good app - This used to be a great app for quickly searching for images. Now it crashes immediately on launch. Hope the developer fixes it to work under Mountain Lion.
this app does not crash great - this app is a great media browser try it someday it is free!!