PixVeew is a fast and simple picture viewer and contact sheet printing application. You can either manually flip through a collection of images or use a slideshow mode. You can also easily move files to the trash folder or convert/recompress files to JPEG format. Printing supports many options.
PixVeew supports the following picture formats: JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP, TIF and many RAW formats. Please note that opening Raw files will take much more time than the other formats!
- Improved compatibility with macOS 10.14 Mojave
- Added support for dark mode
- Added support for HEIC files
- Dropped macOS 10.10 support
Ratings and Reviews
All I Was Looking For
I was able to look at a folder and delete the unwanted files.
Basic but works
The addition of the TRASH icon is nice, but it would be great to also add right click and keyboard delete (w/dialog prompt) support for deleting unwanted images. I do like that COMMAND+DELETE works!
The “Refresh” button is actually a COMPRESS button! It does warn you, but the icon is all wrong - it should show a vise or lemon squeezer to show you are compressing the image. It does need an option to preserve original. When I clicked it you can’t tell if it swapped out the original with the compressed version or did nothing. No real feedback unless you go look at file sizes in the finder I guess.
During slideshow it would be nice if the right and left arrows advanced like the up and down arrows do.
- Loads PNG with transparency images, but the transparent part shows a garbled mess of whatever the last image in the preview was.
- Same with PNG’s with transparency in slideshows, but at least the background previous image isn’t scrambled. I guess you could call it a feature if you were doing titles over images.
It does exactly what it says it will do. Much easier than the Preview app in OS X. It is an app that I would pay for if there were any additional functions for an image besides Trash. It won’t even let you drag a file out to the desktop. That would be a great feature to add so that we could grab the best images from our folders and them put them into a new one on the desktop.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.