• Przemys?aw Sikorski Mar 1, 2012

    It fullfils my 3 basic requirements for an image viewer.

    1) size of an image is instantly visible
    2) i can quickly open image in gimp
    3) prev/next using arrows

    which is really not so obvious.

     
  • Alex Feb 2, 2012

    the slowest image viewer I used (at least, on oneiric)

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful

     
  • Akira Nov 7, 2011

    quick easy simple. It gets the job done, not much more than that. The name says its all.

     
  • zman Oct 25, 2011

    This is the best image viewer I've found on Linux so far, the pictures are very crispy, and there has been no problems with it.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful

     
  • Abdul Muneer Aug 28, 2011

    The image rendering is not smooth. The curves seem pixelated when compared to other applications Shotwell etc. I was using EOG Image Viewer by default and for a long time I thought that the linux is not a good alternative for Windows or Mac in terms of eye candies. But I guess it is such bad apps that made me think so. Viewing images in Shotwell is much better - images are properly rendered and smooth over the curves.

    2 of 3 people found this review helpful

     
  • Jonas LindelÝv Apr 30, 2011

    A decent viewer, but it lacks speed (startup / image loading). Image viewers can almost only compete on speed, as there are limited ways to view/navigate images. Regarding speed, there are many better alternatives to EOG.

    I do not rate this application on it's image-editing functionality, but only as a viewer.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful

     
  • alex Apr 17, 2011

    EOG is a simple image viewer that does its job.
    Although, compared to Shotwell, it has a slower startup and image loading time, and fewer basic image editing tools.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful

     
  • TheOldFellow Apr 2, 2011

    Geeqie is much better.

    2 of 3 people found this review helpful

     
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