MyPhotoFrame is a floating window auto slide show generator for your photographs. Given any folder of photos or a folder of folders of photos will randomly place your pictures in the floating window. Folder may be on your Mac or a network attached drive. Floating window can be moved anywhere on screen and selectable in 3 sizes. Refresh time is also selectable with 4 choices. Photos are automatically sized for the floating window, regardless of the actual photo image size. You may also select to have MyPhotoFrame run automatically at login. It remembers all of your user selected choices. Photo play my be "paused" and displays the photo name and path. You can also go back one photo. App uses minimum cpu and disk resources- it is very efficient!
+Added Xlarge size view, now you have 4 sizes to enjoy. +Enabled dragging the window 'off screen' left and right to enable viewing on alternative displays, when more than one.
+Added ability to 'Open' currently displayed image with the default image handling program (typically Preview).
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It does what it says it does for the most part but execution is so so. It still has issues with positioning on external monitors particularly if they are rotated. The application will snap to weird locations if I try to move it once it is on the extra monitor.
Enjoyable and works
This app does exactly what it claims - it puts a nice picture wherever you want on your desktop. You can tell it which pictures/folders you want it to go through and set timing and size options. I enjoy seeing pictures I have long forgotten were on my hard drive. If you have any problems or questions with this app, the developer is EXTREMELY helpful and supportive and gets right back to you. I was having trouble moving the frame exactly where I wanted on my screen, and he fixed the problem for me. I really enjoy this app.
Not worth the money.
This very basic app will display a slideshow of images placed into a particular folder; that is about all it does for $2.99. The app also has difficulties when it comes to moving or resizing the picture. First, it does not allow you to place the picture anywhere on the screen and has severe difficulties with multiple monitor setups. I was unable to place the frame onto my third monitor without moving the app using OSX; I could not simply drag the window to the other monitor. Second, it does not allow dynamic resizing of the picture size or full-screen mode. You are allowed to select from a few fixed picture sizes.
I would not recommend this app even if it were free. For $2.99 you will come away feeling robbed.
The developer, John Romano, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.
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The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.