PhotoReviewer 3.0 released by Stick Software

Blazingly fast photo viewing & organizing app is better than ever

Ithaca, NY, September 11, 2021 — Stick Software announced version 3.0 of PhotoReviewer, a photo management tool for macOS. PhotoReviewer helps you quickly (very quickly!) flip though your photos, choosing which ones are "keepers" and which aren't, sorting them into different folders and renaming them. Compare your images side by side, use the histogram tool to analyze their exposure and contrast, and examine them with the magnifier tool to check their sharpness and focus.

PhotoReviewer is not a photo cataloging app, nor is it a photo editing app; it does not replace apps like Photos or Lightroom. Instead, goes between your digital camera and those kinds of apps. It is built for one simple but essential purpose: to efficiently filter and sort through the flood of photos coming from your camera, pruning thousands of incoming images down to your very best ones. After that, you might then move the "keepers" on to a different app for editing or cataloging.

PhotoReviewer 3 is compatible with macOS 10.15 and 11, and it is built Universal — native on both Intel and Apple Silicon machines. It is now freeware — free to download, free to use, no in-app purchases — and is available for download from the macOS App Store. (If you like it, please leave us a review!)

This new version has lots of improvements and new features — too many to list here, in fact. Instead, check out PhotoReviewer's online manual to get a better sense of what PhotoReviewer 3 can do for your photography workflow. Once you've used PhotoReviewer, you'll never look back.

PhotoReviewer joins other Stick Software products such as Eyeballs, Fracture, and Constrictor. It is freeware; if you like PhotoReviewer, its About box suggests a couple of charities that you might donate to as a way of "paying it forward".

PhotoReviewer on the macOS App Store