xSee - A simple image viewer
Developer: Wenzhi Liao
Current Version: 3.02
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 3 MB - Download
xSee is a compact image viewer, support for multiple image formats and archive file formats. with xSee, you can view all images in the archives, website and local folders.
- view images in the archives.
- view images in the local folder and subfolders.
- view images in the website.
- full screen mode.
- support slide show.
- show exif information.
- zoom in / zoom out.
- save as desktop background image.
- navigate using trackpad, mouse, keyboard.
- fit function.
- and so on.
Supported Archive Formats:
zip, rar, 7z, lha, lzh, zipx, sit, sitx, hqx, bin, macbin, as, gz, gzip, tgz, tar-gz, bz2, bzip2, bz, tbz2, tbz, xz, txz, tar, iso, cdi, nrg, mdf, gtar, z, taz, tar-z, lzma, xar, xip, ace, arj, arc, pak, spk, zoo, lbr, lqr, lzr, pma, cab, rpm, deb, alz, dd, cpt, pit, now, sea, msi, cpio, exe, cpgz, pax, warc, ha, adf, adz, dms, f, lzx, dcs, pkd, xms, zom, pp, nsa, sar, pdf.
Supported Image Format:
JPG, PNG, BMP, TIFF, GIF, ICO, ICNS, SGI, 8BPS, BMPf, FPix, GIFf, PDF, PICT, PNGf, PNTG, TPIC, 3FR, ARW, BMP, CR2, CRW, CUR, DCR, DNG, EFX, EPI, EPS, EPSF, EPSI, ERF, EXR, FAX, FFF, FPIX, FPX, G3s, HDR, JFAX, JFIF, JFX, JP2, JPE, JPEG, JPF, JPS, MAC, MOS, MPO, MRW, NEF, NRW, ORF, PCT, PEF, PIC, PICT, PNT, PNTG, PSs, PSD, QTI, QTIF, RAF, RAW, RGB, RW2, RWL, SR2, SRF, SRW, TARGA, TGA, TIF, XBM.
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Most Helpful Reviews
Fast, easy ;-) - Using Apple’s Quick Look in the Finder is useful, but sometimes distracting. I want to focus on pictures, but Quick Look follows each mouse click. xSee avoids this flickering by offering a dedicated window for my photos. It is a great tool for me ;-)
Very old - Looks like it was not updated in a very long time, I hesitated between Xee and Xsee and picked this one based on old reviews, I should have taken the other one
More Reviews for Current Version
Possesses features - xSee is a likable reader/viewer. It’s nice to be able to view PDFs and jpgs on the same viewer. What I like best is that it has enough zoom levels to keep the image inside the viewing area without wasting a lot of space. (At a typical reading level for me, the zoom step up seems to be about 12%.) In zooming, xSee can anti-alias or not, and its anti-aliasing looks very smooth and clean. It doesn’t have infinite zoom, though, so no fifth star. version 3.02 reviewed 7 Mar 2014