50,000 - 100,000 downloads
by Ana-Marija Spajic on 22/03/2014
App looks amazing and I can view all my images as small thumbnails, but when I try to view full size the app crashes. Why?? :(
by Kevin Ridgeway on 13/07/2013
It took a moment or two to workout how the app worked - It became more intuitive the more I played with it. This seems the better of the RAW apps that I have tried and I have now downloaded the paid version.
by Matteo Brusa on 25/05/2013
You can't recover overexposed photos, brightness and effects are not applied to the raw image.
by Anthony Mandra on 18/05/2013
Better apps out there. Awkward interface. And why is trying to open EVERYTHING?
by Alto Speckhardt on 29/04/2013
Didn't have the demo installed for two minutes before buying the full version. :-)
by John Kotsios on 28/04/2013
My PC doesn't recognize an old 350d but this application does! reading raw files is really easy now.this app is a must for photographers
by Rhys F on 20/04/2013
Looks good but can't transfer or see images on eos 400d via usb.
by Skumar doru on 17/04/2013
Nice. . .
by Jason Bryant on 18/03/2013
lr4 = Light Room 4. I wanted to import my photos into lr4 where they are converted to DNG. Then use my Samsung galaxy tab 10.1 to rate them and sort out the keepers. But it would not open the adobe .dng file. I though since Adobe created .dng that it would work fine. But all I got as a red circle with an "X" in it for the adobe .dng files. Seemed to work fine for .jpg.
by Stephen Stiegler on 06/03/2013
Doesn't read orf files. Description says it does. WTH? Uninstalled.
by Byron Melnik on 02/03/2013
As I currently type this review, I have my Sony a57 plugged into my tablet with a few RAW photos in my camera. The app recognizes the saved JPEGs on my tablet but does not recognize the SD card in the Sony a57. Maybe when the devs update this app, I will re-instal the app, but for now, I'm taking it off the tablet.
by Robert Fisher on 16/01/2013
After trading some emails with the developer of this app, I decided to give it a try. First, I'll say that he was very quick to respond to questions, which is a big plus. As a professional photographer, I'm sometimes in the position of wanting to review images outside of my office. Carrying a laptop can be heavy, but a tablet is much easier. I don't necessarily want to edit on the road either
by Sumon Ahamed on 14/12/2012