Version: 4.2 || Release Date: 2007-11-14 || License: Included with OS Developer: Apple | App Owner: ryoohki300

Works with

AI - Adobe Illustrator Artwork files
BMP – Windows Bitmap files
DNG – Digital Negative files
EPS – Encapsulated PostScript files
FAX – faxes
FPX – FlashPix files
GIF – Graphics Interchange Format files
HDR – High Dynamic Range Image files
ICNS – Apple Icon Image files
ICO – Windows icon files
JPEG 2000 – JPEG 2000 files
JPEG – Joint Photographic Experts Group files
OpenEXR – OpenEXR files
PS – Adobe PostScript files (after an automatic conversion to PDF)
PSD – Adobe Photoshop files
PICT – QuickDraw image files
PDF – Portable Document Format files
PNG – Portable Network Graphics files
PNTG – MacPaint Bitmap Graphic files
QTIF – QuickTime image files
RAD – Radience Scene Description files
RAW – Raw image files
SGI – Silicon Graphics Image files
TGA – TARGA image files
TIF, TIFF – Tagged Image File Format files
XBM – X BitMap files

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18 Opinions

PDFView is better for reading PDFs:

"Since Tiger it won't open animated GIFs anymore. Shame on you."
You're right, that really pissed me off.

I can't live without it's ability to open .pdf files natively.

so essential, it's in my dock :)

But it does open macpaint files, and windows .ico files. It cannot save in so many formats, but it load a lots of rare formats (like many new mac apps, since this is the system functionality).

Just sooo much better than acrobat for viewing pdf's too.

But I like it to show those images that make up the animation. You can use a browser to show the animation I guess.

Since Tiger it won't open animated GIFs anymore. Shame on you.

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