Version: 2.1.2 || Release Date: 2010-01-23 || License: Freeware Developer: The Sequential Project | App Owner: sequential

Sequential is an image viewer for Mac OS X. It was originally designed for opening a folder of images and displaying them in order. It works well for viewing comics and manga.

Sequential can display folders and archives (ZIP, RAR, CBZ and CBR) of images (including JPEG, PNG, and GIF) and PDF files. It is able to load images on the internet from a page or image URL.

Sequential has mature full screen support and can display images' Exif data.

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13 Opinions

Useful to open some PDF documents in full screen automatically.
(I use it to quickly view a map, launched by Quicksilver.)

This is just what I needed.

great for reading manga
image quality is also better than with quick look

This is a great app! I just downloaded a bunch of issues files of a comic I love, as JPEG files, 1 per page, and this app makes it easy to read each issue. It has some great keyboard shortcuts, and it's nice and customizable.

fcalefato: If you're on 10.3.9, it's due to a known issue with Apple. That's why 2.0.2 unfortunately has to drop Panther support. Sorry.

It has stopped to work since the rel of ver 2.0. Ver 2.0.1 doesnt work either for me. I lost one of my favorite app :S

Does Quick Look let you view files in RAR and ZIP archives?

In response to "rrwright": while I appreciate your Quick Look tip, I don't think you're sporting the appropriate attitude. I had no idea about this particular Quick Look feature, so thanks for the heads up; yes, I came digging around for a fullscreen slideshow app, and yes, this feature kept me from downloading Sequential. But not everyone has upgraded to Leopard. This includes a lot of my friends who are students, as well as several others who are either comfortable with Tiger or waiting for another 'dot release'. My only point is that, for some people, Sequential is still a great program and very much needed. "It sucks to be obsoleted by Leopard" looks a bit juvenile, not to mention makes a big assumption that everyone has upgraded. Somebody wrote code, donated it to the open source community, and filled a need: respect that. And since I believe you do, consider ensuring your comments reflect that. If I'd developed this app, I might be a little bit taken aback, and I might quit writing apps altogether if I'm just going to be "obsoleted".

Now that would be something that "sucks".

this is an awesome app, exactly what i was looking for. i just wanted to look at my images without having to make a keynote slideshow or open up iphoto and this is perfect.

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