Release Notes: This version contains some new features, such as auto adjustment/normalization, recursive folder scanning, faster RAW loading, and a new simple save dialog (save for Web). Additionally, most of the bugs reported have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release mostly contains bugfixes on every platform. Some tiny features are added, like cleaning up recent folders and allowing the user to save some default values (e.g., which interpolation to use).
Release Notes: This release includes new features like a grid view for thumbnails, an image mosaicing tool, animated GIF control, and support for WebP on all platforms. French translations are now available.
Release Notes: This release adds multi-page TIFF support, an explorer panel, a new crop toolbar, and the ability for images to be sorted according to the creation/modification date.
Release Notes: This is the new stable release. New features include customizeable shortcuts, color encoded folder preview, new image formats like webp, jpeg2000, and psd, and support of additional mouse keys, new translations, and some bugfixes.
Release Notes: Bugs were fixed. Support for DNG images was added. Zoom and pan is now faster on Mac OS X.
Release Notes: This release adds auto updates, image manipulation tools, print previews, finding and filtering files, a customizable GUI (colorize icons, etc.), an advanced preferences dialog, and window transparency features (frameless and locking = watermark for screenvideos), As usual, the Windows binaries have been released, and Linux, Mac, and OS/2 will follow soon.
Release Notes: This release includes a cacher that preloads the images and allows faster switching of the images. A thumbnail preview is included that allows a fast run-through of folders. Furthermore, the enabled widgets are saved and displayed again at the next start. New raw images (Minolta and Panasonic) are supported, and the raw images display is improved. This release also includes a lot of bugfixes.