What is PhotoX? PhotoX is a lightweight image viewer that allows users to view images quickly and easily. It has a small size and low system resource usage, making it run fast and have simple operations. Users can open images with PhotoX by right-clicking on them, and Quick View will show. In Quick View, users can zoom, rotate, flip, and switch images. They can also use shortcut keys and the mouse wheel to zoom in and out. In Main View, users can import albums, new albums, and sort images by name or date. They can also copy, cut, delete images, and show them in Finder, Preview, Quick View, or get info. Double-clicking an image or pressing the space key will open Preview, where users can zoom, rotate, flip, and switch images. Shortcut keys and the mouse wheel can also be used to zoom in and out. Overall, PhotoX is a simple and efficient image viewer.
1. right click on a image and open with PhotoX, Quick View will show.
2. small, low system resource, run fast, simple operation, view image quickly and easily.
3. you can import albums(folders contain images), new album.
4. albums display at the left as a list, and images display at the right as thumbnails.
5. you can copy, cut, delete images, and show in finder, Preview, Quick View, get info.
6. double-click a image or select a image and press space key, Preview will show, press key "esc" Preview will close.
Download and Install PhotoX - PC
Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.
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
Cool video - program doesn't do what video does
The video promo of this program looked great. Drag and drop your photos onto the program to view them. I'm currently using Phoenix Slides to do that job, but it's clunky. So I figured this would be a nice change. Nope.
First, you can't just open a folder and look at the pictures…you have to create an album or import the photos into an album. Strike one.
Then, when you import the photos into an album, you can't see them. Strike two.
Lastly (well, not really, but I'm using a baseball metaphor here), you can't drag a folder onto the program icon, or drag a folder into the program (even though the nice green + button makes it look like you can). Strike three.
I'm using a PC 2010 with OSX 10.8.5 installed. The program doesn't crash. But it just doesn't do what I saw the author do in the video. This program acts more like a version 1.0 than a program that is at version 2.1
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