DigitalImageViewer for Android
by: Falatic.com • 11
You provide the images - the Digital Image Viewer for Android does the rest! If you have a stash of images you'd like to view sequentially (such as comics), then this app may be for you! You load the images onto your device, in a folder (which may have subfolders), then start the app and select the parent folder to read from. The app will gather all the images in that tree and present them for sequential viewing!
I wrote this because every other app I've seen is missing one or more features I wanted: on-screen buttons, persistent rotation/zoom settings, folder selection... and most importantly, the ability to quick-save a copy of the currently displayed image.
On startup, this app creates folders for loading and saving images (defaults are /mnt/sdcard/ADIV_images and /mnt/sdcard/ADIV_saved). To see the navigation icons, just tap an empty area of the screen. Tap again to remove them from view. (A long-press resets zoom and rotation.)
Disclaimer: This app is provided as-is with no warranty expressed or implied.
Privacy: No data is automatically transmitted to us from your installation during usage without your permission, period. If you send a bug report or email to us then the information is limited to what you explicitly choose to send.
While this app works best on Android 3.0+ devices, it will also work on Android 2.2+ devices (API level 8), including those with smaller form factors.
Notes: images are currently shown in filename order (case insensitive), regardless of the path to the image. In other words, folder names are not honored as part of the sort algorithm.
More to come!