Crumby Universal Image Browser

Crumby Universal Image Browser

5,000 - 10,000 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.
★ INSTANT GALLERY SUGGESTIONS: See 13,000 possible image galleries that are similar to what you're typing in a flash.
★ 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 .
★ 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 only*:
★ Danbooru
★ Imgur
★ Derpibooru
★ DeviantArt.
★ Gelbooru
★ e621
★ 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.

- Bing by Microsoft: Universal Text Search API (
- Picasso by Square Inc: Android image downloading and caching library (
- Otto by Square Inc: Android event bus. (
- Photoview by Chris Banes: Zoom-in, zoom-out, view for images. (
- Uservoice by Uservoice: Custom and built-in user support library. (
- Music in Trailer: "Please Listen Carefully" by Jahzzar

Tags: crumby.

Recently changed in this version

* Omnibar now hides when viewing an image in full screen or when scrolling down an infinite grid of images.
* You can now choose which folder your downloads go into.
* Settings tab has been added in the main menu; your settings button will work now.
* Animated images for Gelbooru.
* (ALPHA) Inkbunny Support.

* FIXED USERVOICE! Go nuts with feature requests, guys!
* Fixed Instant-Crashing on startup for Android 4.0 Devices
* Fixed a few random browsing errors.

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

    by Ty Wille on 24/08/2014

    Good for viewing deviant art but it has issues rendering images, it says get help but won't connect to uservoice it says it can't connect

  • (69 stars)

    by Devin Loder on 24/08/2014

    My only real problem is that downloads don't actually go to your phone immediately, just the recent downloads. So now, I've lost a lot of images I wanted and would have to find them again. I can obviously just take that into account next time, but i don't see a reason for it to be that way.

  • (69 stars)

    by David Hart on 23/08/2014

    It would be nice if the thumbnail would be used as a loading place holder when you click an image. Edit: Thank you!

  • (69 stars)

    by Fitzroy H. on 23/08/2014

    Nothing like it on the android market. :) like an img encyclopedia.

  • (69 stars)

    by Chad Barnes on 23/08/2014

    This app did much more then I thought it did. There is one thing id like to see though, and thats blacklist integration. Then it would be perfect. Also to have Furaffinity! EDIT: I have an actual concern now. When saving the pictures, where do they actually go? They are not showing up in my gallery.

  • (69 stars)

    by toph beifong on 23/08/2014

    as far as I'm concerned this is the best kind of app like this around, used CartonBox for a bit but this has crazy loading/DL power, just add more cool features like favoriting and such and it'll be just like that one app that got taken down. great work.

  • (69 stars)

    by Anthony Bailey on 23/08/2014

    So far, this app has been better than any image browser I've used. There are only two complaints I have about it. 1. Limited GIF compatibility 2. Downloading images becomes annoying when "Recent Downloads" pop up.