ApolloOne - Photo Video Viewer

ApolloOne - Photo Video Viewer for PC and Mac

Published by Anogeissus Limited on 2024-04-11

  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 7 & MacOS 10, 11, 10.10
  • Category: Photography
  • Licence: Free
  • Software version: 3.4.0
  • File size: 15.49 MB

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ApolloOne Overview

What is ApolloOne? ApolloOne is a fast and user-friendly image viewer and manager designed for professional photographers and seasoned amateurs. It offers a comprehensive set of tools for managing and editing images, including smart memory card imports, metadata management, batch renaming, and filtering. The app supports native Intel and Apple M1 Macs and features a unique HUD display, browsing history, split view, and EXIF metadata inspector. ApolloOne also includes exclusive features such as displaying camera AF points and detected faces, filtering files by GPS distance or altitude, and batch renaming using GPS coordinates. Other productivity features include context menu, sharing with iOS devices, and support for SRT subtitle files and animated GIFs. The app is localized in 11 languages and requires macOS version 10.12 to 12.


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ApolloOne - Photo Video Viewer Features and Description

1. It offers a comprehensive set of tools for the photographers: smart memory card imports, displaying camera AF points, rating and culling images, managing metadata, searching and filtering, batch renaming, and much more.

2. Import files from memory cards, batch resize, batch rename, batch export and batch image format conversion.

3. Arguably the fastest image viewer ever created for the PC (1), it works with your existing folder structure without ever needing to import files into a database.

4. Filter files by searching metadata with optional regular expression matching.

5. ApolloOne is a powerful image viewer and manager designed for the seasoned amateurs and professional photographers.

6. Tag and rate files for copy, move and delete operations.

7. Easy to use interface with unique HUD display - maximizes image display area, especially on a Pc.

8. You can tag or rate files quickly using keyboard shortcut keys.

9. A set of EXIF tools for changing, shifting creation dates, synchronizing XMP metadata, removing metadata and more.

10. Split View with synchronized zooming and scrolling for fast image comparison.

11. Filter and search by keywords or other metadata.


  • - Allows for viewing and culling of RAW photos before transferring them to Affinity Photo for processing
  • - Offers many features
  • - Quick response from support team
  • - Up to date and works with the next version of the MAC OS
  • - Can set up in a way that won’t damage photo libraries
  • - Works faster and handles more images at a time

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Installation Requirements

PC Compactibility/Requirements for Installation

Compactible OS list:
  1. Windows 11
  2. Windows 10
  3. Windows 8.1
  4. Windows 7
  5. Windows Vista

Requirements for MacOS Installation

Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.

Compactible OS list:
  1. macOS Ventura: 13.3
  2. macOS Monterey: 12.6.4
  3. macOS Big Sur: 11.7.5
  4. macOS Catalina: 10.15
  5. macOS Mojave: 10.14
  6. macOS High Sierra: 10.13


ApolloOne - Photo Video Viewer - Is it safe to download?

Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you

Software Reviews and Criticism

  • By dbuch75

    App so limited I could give it an evaluation before it wanted $

    1.) App doesn't recognize two levels of folders. In other words: If I have a main folder with subfolders (projects) underwhich are my pictures are located it will not find the pictures. With over 50 subfolders that would require me 150 or more clicks to get the pictures into the app. I can’t figure out what the developer was thinking in building in this kind of limitation. 2.) After loading maybe three folders it wanted me to buy teh pro app. I imagened that it would only allow a few folders so I removed the ones I had already loaded so that I could select one with more pictues so that I could give the app a proper evaluation, but that was not to be. I was alread locked out. Now there’s no way to know if the funcitionality of the app unless I pay an unknown $. Had the app been more flexible maybe I would discover that there are features that would offset the limitations I pointed out in item #1 above. But the developers made it so I can’t do that.

  • By LGprice

    Awesome - Exactly what I wanted

    Faced with Adobe software that won’t work with the next Windows-OS upgrade and a large photo library, I have been desparately looking at ways to accomplish a basic photo management scheme on my own, using the Windows OS native indexing to store, search and filter metadata, keywords, etc. Something that won’t go obsolete if a software package goes obsolete or becomes too expensive. I was looking at a simple photo viewer to help accomplish this task when I found ApolloOne. Amazingly, it does everything I am trying to accomplish and it is up to date and already works with the next version of the Windows OS. I can think of a few minor update requests that I will send to the developer, but overall I am very pleased. I can set this up in a way that will not damage my photo libraries. I am not sure if I will use the interface to move libraries, safer to do that in the file system I think. I think this app, by it’s structure, will not have the destructive results caused by some OpenSource PhotoManagers- but it always pays to back up. I bought the Pro Version of ApolloPro. I am using SilkyPix DS PRO 8E for all my photoediting going forward, I have used SilkyP for years in addition to Adobe Products for both my Panasonic and Nikon cameras.

  • By Rextilleon

    Changed My Work Flow

    I’ve always had issues with Lightroom when it came to viewing my raw images—Until of course I purchased Apollo! I’ve tried them all, including Photo Mechanic, but AOne is without a doubt the best of the lot, and is almost a steal at these prices. I cull my pics quickly and the app has nice little features like a way to check where your focus point was so you can figure out if you are having any focusing difficulties. I had some issues at first, but Albert did a fantastic job of getting me up and running. Who said that a small developer can’t offer excellent support? Get this App, it will make your photo processing so much smoother.

  • By asldkfn

    Don't change a thing...

    Ok, Just one. use the greyed out slider in the upper right to resize the contact sheet images. They are a bit small for me. Other than that, This view is perfect for my work flow. Simple, fast, complete. If you are looking for a replacement for an aging viewer (Bridge, ViewIt, Graphic Converter, Qpict) and like me, don't want to be tied to iPhoto, This is the one. Easily and intuitively move through a pile of images. Identify the ones that are interesting, and move/copy them for continued work. I'm looking forward to using this one for quite a while (I hope).

  • By djmnet

    Best Picasa replacement for viewing

    I used Picasa to browse and view edited photos for over a decade, even after Google abandoned it. As a 32-bit app, it kept me from upgrading from PC Mojave. Days of reading reviews and trying alternatives finally led me to ApolloOne. Nothing else makes it as easy to browse and search photos in folders that I organize. I use Lightroom and Photoshop to edit. ApolloOne is a well laid out and attractive photo viewer. I have three wishes for it to fix annoyances. Most important is a preference for the search string to persist when I click on a different folder, and to apply sooner. I waste a lot of time waiting for ApolloOne to scan my top-level folder of over 35,000 edited photos before it lets me search to narrow down what I see. That was one of my most common workflows in Picasa and it's a lot clumsier in ApolloOne. Second, the File Name/Folder Name/Metadata search modes should be checkboxes that can be combined, not mutually exclusive. Finally, it should respect the System Preferences>General>Show scroll bars setting.

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