Crumby Universal Image Browser

Crumby Universal Image Browser

10,000 - 50,000 downloads

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Crumby is your go-to choice for downloading the web's best images straight to your Android phone.

Current Features:
★ UNIVERSAL WEBSITE COMPATIBILITY*: View any supported image gallery within Crumby.
★ INFINITE SCROLLING GALLERIES: Every gallery you browse will only stop displaying images once you've scrolled to the very bottom.
★ GROW AND SHRINK GRID: Pinch and zoom to see the gallery as a sequence or as a grid of images.
★ OMNIBAR SEARCH: Scour the web for the images that match exactly what you want using Bing by Microsoft.
★ INFINITE DOWNLOAD: Save and manage as many images as you can fit on your device.
★ URL BREADCRUMBS: Quickly navigate between image, galleries, and entire website hierarchies.
★ INSTANT SUPPORT: Post any question, feature request, and bug report directly to the development team in the app or http://crumby.uservoice.com. .
★ AND MORE: Crumby is being developed daily. With your feedback in hand, I'll build you the best image browsing experience on Android.

Note: Currently, Crumby is an Open Beta and, as such, supports the following websites:
★ Danbooru
★ Imgur
★ Derpibooru
★ DeviantArt.
★ Gelbooru
★ e621
★ Konachan
★ FurAffinity
★ SankakuComplex Channel
★ SankakuComplex Idol
★ Yande.re
★ 20% Cooler
★ Tbib
★ Inkbunny (ALPHA, Use at your own risk)

DISCLAIMER: Crumby does not own or condone any content viewed through it. All rights are reserved for the content creators and/or websites which host these images.

SPECIAL THANKS TO:
- Bing by Microsoft: Universal Text Search API (http://bing.com).
- Picasso by Square Inc: Android image downloading and caching library (http://square.github.io/picasso/).
- Otto by Square Inc: Android event bus. (http://square.github.io/otto/)
- Photoview by Chris Banes: Zoom-in, zoom-out, view for images. (https://github.com/chrisbanes/PhotoView)
- Uservoice by Uservoice: Custom and built-in user support library. (http://uservoice.com)
- Music in Trailer: "Please Listen Carefully" by Jahzzar http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Jahzzar/Tumbling_Dishes_Like_Old-Mans_Wishes/Please_Listen_Carefully

Tags: crumby.

Recently changed in this version

New: Refreshing when at the top of the gallery will now get you the latest images in that gallery.
New: Improved Compatibility with Tumblr
Fix: Plugged up memory leaks when jumping between pages.
Fix: Improved battery life/power consumption.
Fix: Crumby no longer stays active in the background.
Fix: Solved Blacklist not working with e621 and twenty % cooler.


Comments and ratings for Crumby Universal Image Browser
  • (69 stars)

    by Maxx Jaeger on 04/11/2014

    It's got a lot of support going for it. I like it. But zooming in gifs is a bit buggy and scrolling on fullscreen images kinda stutters.

  • (69 stars)

    by Christoper Reese on 03/11/2014

    I was looking for random humorous pictures, for some reason it wouldn't let me search anything for quite a while, but it hasn't done it to me again, so it's fine now

  • (69 stars)

    by gabe ray on 03/11/2014

    Before you download any app any read frist thanks I make ios apps apple store Android is better i change to Android

  • (69 stars)

    by Ricardo Gomes on 02/11/2014

    Good application I like how it works for browsing the images. However images are painfully slow to load 3/4G or wifi (fiber connection I compared with Mboorou app) and the UI need some work the buttons for example look a bit ugly I will submit a email when I can with some ideas. Keep up the good work.

  • (69 stars)

    by Cynamin IvyFluff on 29/10/2014

    Very slow to load, and says "android doesn't support flash" when it actually does.

  • (69 stars)

    by Moon Skritch on 21/10/2014

    I hate having to fuss with the tags and ads and other crap like that. This is the best 5 stars!

  • (69 stars)

    by Kiyoraka Kachat on 20/10/2014

    That's not very many. edit; turns out the limit is for the multisearch only. This program is great!! Makes it extremely easy to download mass quantities of images. Suggestion: Would be great if I could automatically download all images from a search... instead of me having to flick my finger up about 50+ times, going select all and then download.