OSX alternative to Breezebrowser?

Started Jun 18, 2013 | Discussions thread
Alpha Doug Veteran Member • Posts: 9,222
Re: OSX alternative to Breezebrowser?

There are many options.  Built in is iPhoto, but it does way more than just "browse" your images, and it works somewhat differently than a simple browser.  For more professional usage, there is the Apple program "Aperture" for $79 in the App store.  However, for just simple browsing OS X has a built in program called "Preview" which allows you to browse through a folder of images quickly.  Also, if you open up a folder with images in it, click on the first image, then hit the space bar, you get "QuickView" which also allows you to just browse through images by hitting the right or left arrow keys.  Google offers it's free Picasa software which also catalogues and allows browsing.  There are a ton of freeware or shareware light weight browsers.  Some like either "Xee" or "Lyn".  Go to the MacUpdate site and do a search on Image Browser.  You will find tons.

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