Phoenix Slides

View images from a selected folder as a slideshow

4 on 4 votes

0/5 stars
License: Freeware
Total downloads:334 (4 last week)
Latest version:1.4.5
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Scan folders stored on your computer to identify images within them. Check detailed information about each photo like their format, size, width, and height and view the images of a particular folder as a slideshow. Set the background color, the interval to display the images, and the size of photos.

You can download Phoenix Slides 1.4.5 for Mac from our software library for free. The bundle identifier for Phoenix Slides for Mac is net.blyt.phoenixslides. The actual developer of this free Mac application is Dominic Yu, Gold Mountain Software.

The following versions: 1.4, 1.3 and 1.2 are the most frequently downloaded ones by the program users. The Phoenix Slides installer is commonly called phoenix-slides-140.dmg,,, or etc.

Some of the software aliases include "Phoenix Slides-1". The current setup file available for download requires 456 KB of hard disk space. This Mac download was checked by our built-in antivirus and was rated as malware free. The application lies within Design & Photo Tools, more precisely Viewers & Editors.

From the developer:

Phoenix Slides is a fast, full-screen slideshow program/image browser for flipping through folders or disks full of images. Phoenix Slides also does lossless JPEG transformations and can display EXIF data.

You may want to check out more Mac applications, such as Spirits of Mystery: Song of the Phoenix, Spirits of Mystery - Song of the Phoenix Collector's Edition or Stellar Phoenix iPod Recovery for Mac, which might be similar to Phoenix Slides.


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Rob 11 months ago

Been using Phoenix Slides for years. It's clean, clear, simple, key-command friendly, and simply the best gallery app for Mac (I've tried at least 8-10). While Phoenix Slides is "just" a gallery app, it's good enough that I don't even *remember* the last time I opened Photos. so much less hassle to use this little beauty, and Preview for editing.

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