Rapid Photo Downloader!

* 1Generates meaningful, user configurable file and folder names #generate * 2Downloads photos and videos from multiple devices simultaneously #download * 3Backs up #backup photos and videos as they are downloaded * 4Is carefully optimized to download and back up at high speed #download * 5Easy #easy to configure and use * 6Runs #gnomekde under Unity, Gnome, KDE and other Linux desktops * 7Available in thirty #languages languages

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  • Pics.io

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  • Diffractor

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  • Solang

  • Solang is a photo manager for GNOME. It lets you manage your collection of photos by tagging them and searching through them based on various criteria -- tags, EXIF data, dates, etc; and offers a limited set of editing functionalities. Under the hood, Solang uses Tracker which allows it to automatically detect all the photos on your computer and publishes the tags all across the desktop.

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  • Galapix

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