HyperImage allows you to quickly download images from the internet onto your desktop.
To download images, you can instruct HyperImage to follow links, which can seem a little confusing at first, but will actually save you time.
You can include or exclude file names and extensions that you choose and set a maximum number of links to follow. HyperImage can also download images from up to 100 different sites.
While the downloading process is fairly straightforward, HyperImage does have a tendency to stall every now and then. HyperImage offers an activity viewer though , which will display a list of all images downloaded, active, skipped and still in queue and it's useful to keep track of what you've collected.
HyperImage is not only a powerful image downloader but also lets you quickly skim through pictures. The browser view, similar to what you get in iTunes, lets you preview all your images quickly in a number of ways, including by subfolders.
You can set HyperImage to full screen view, which gives you a quick overview of all your images in a folder, or slideshow to automatically play them back.
In all, even though HyperImage has a tendency to stall when downloading, it's an effective way to download multiple images from a site and browser them in a number of ways.
- Can now queue Tumblr posts inside the application.