This is a offline image gallery application. You can upload your images into the application, with your own sorting order (alphabetical order), and directories structure.

You can transfer your photos via iTunes, or just import the photo from your device.

There are some simple functions that help you to manage your photos in the app, includes:
Copy/Move/Delete file
Rename folder/file
Create new folder
Set an image as folder icon

On top of those, you can view the images in full-screen mode or slide-show mode.

You can find a lot of possibility with this application such as:

- a simple restaurant menu, with directories as your food categories structure

- a business catalogs

- a personal photos collection

Most importantly, it's free.

Supports all orientations.
Supports JPG and PNG files.
Supports iPhone and iPad.

Note: You may leave your comment in the Support Page if you encounter any problem.

What’s New

Version 1.3.5

- Fixed a bug with photo viewer can navigate to a folder when viewing photos.
- Optimised memory usage when viewing photos.

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

chris645 ,

Lag's at 70 GB

It's much easier to use this with iTune than with standard photo syncing which never seems to sync all my albums. It takes at least 30 seconds to open a file, in particular photo, optimistically. In larger folders (20gb) It freezes at a black screen. On the positive side, Once it does open you're free to scroll. Could be a little faster on display the photo in large and small folders.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for your feedback. I will look into ways to improve the loading speed.

Scruffy_Dog ,

Needs polish, better management

I just got this and created an album, then went tp my camera roll to select a group of recent images. I started selecting and the first thing I noticed was some random text flashing on my screen for 500ms. The next thing I found was that I had selected an image thzt I didn't want in that album but there seemed to be no way to unselect it or to completely start over, which can be done by stepping back to "options," then forward to the camera roll, at which point you've lost your place and need to scroll through your images to get back where you were. Finally, after selecting the images, the app stuck them into a new folder called "photos" and I had to open that folder to move my selected images to the folder I had earlier created. Wow!

How difficult would it be to allow the user to unselect an image, and to select the target folder? Feature request: Provide the option of creating a new folder after selecting images.

I would gve this a five star review if these odd behaviors were fixed.

Andoruius ,

Wonderful!! But something seems to be wrong.

EDIT: I figured out why the bad sorting is happening. When I import pictures, the selection screen sorts them by their order in the Camera Roll's "collections" tab, which has them sorted by their creation dates (or at least their "spots" in such sortings), rather than by when I saved them to my device. This is still a problem however, since having to scroll through them to find what I'm trying to import can cause the app to glitch, and sometimes crash.
Also, the portrait view still causes the app to crash.
I hope these problems get fixed soon.

I love this app. It's perfect for what it's made for. Just what I needed when I was looking for a photo viewer.
However, with the newest update, there seems to be a problem or two. When I try to import pictures into the app, sometimes some of the pics are in a completely different spot than where they actually are. Like, instead of at the bottom of my Camera Roll, they're somewhere else, and when I try to look for them, the app sometimes crashes.
Also, for some reason, the app crashes or doesn't work when I have my device on portrait view. It works fine with landscape mode, but it crashes whenever I rotate it.
I'd appreciate if these were taken into consideration for a future update.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for you feedback. I will check the crash and fix it as soon as I can.


Chee Yong Low
2 MB
Photo & Video

Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



Age Rating
Rated 4+
© Chee Yong Low


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