MihPhoto is meant to be a simple touchscreen-friendly image viewer. There a lot of very good image viewers, including many opensource ones, but most of them are very difficult to handle on a touchscreen. This application was designed with touchscreens in mind so it is most useful if you have a touchscreen. To use the application just open an image; then you can use the a swipe gesture to browse trough all the images located in the same folder as the first one.
Being built using Qt, MihPhoto also runs on Symbian phones. Unlike the default image viewer in Symbian, that scans the phone and displays all images on the device, MihPhoto will only display the images in one folder, chosen by the user. This allows the user to organize photos using real filesystem folders.
MihPhoto works best on multitouch devices. On devices (or operating systems) that don't support multitouch, the application also includes a single-touch mode which can be enabled with a command line parameter.
I originally developed this application in my spare time for my personal use. Then I decide to post it here, in the hope that others may find it useful.
This software is licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL).
You can download it from the links below.
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