GrxView was updated to version three recently-in case you don’t know the program yet, it is a pretty good image manager/viewer.

The program starts up in a ‘file manager’ style mode, and stays in it all the time. You can move, rename, delete,.. files with ease. The “address bar” at the top of the window allows you to jump up into the folders above your current location with a single click. The file manager can work in four different view modes that show more or less information. However, one cannot use the 5way bottom and up keys in some of the modes:
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A long tap on an entry brings up a ‘file management menu’:
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A multiselection mode is available in the menu. It looks different in each view, but still works pretty much the same way:
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In the moment you switch into a folder, the file manager proceeds to showing thumbnails of the images in two of the four supported views. The thumbnails give you a good overview and generate pretty fast:
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You can open images in ‘scaled view”. The toolbar is hidden at first, but can be displayed with the tap of a single button. Once zoomed in, the control bar can not be removed if you want to scroll around the image(a click on the screen closes it)…
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A slideshow module is contained too. It does a good job at displaying images…
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Overall, GrxView 3 is a good image viewer and sorter. The UI design is a strike of genius and makes navigating deep file system structures easy and comfortable. If you need a low-priced image sorter/viewer and can miss out on some of the “extra features” other, much more expensive products offer, this is a hot way to go!

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