HoneyView is great for those who just mainly want to view images and do a little tweaking. It doesn't have all basic editing features; no cropping, contrast, hue and saturation capabilities for example. If you need to edit images you can assign your favorite editor to open up from HoneyView. You can manage your pictures by moving or copying them. It supports a lot of compressed image file types and lossless camera type files too, but not raw.
As an ecomic reader it is great. Reader controls are easy to use and viewing images is fluid. Great to use when you want to kick back on a weekend and read some ecomics.
As an image viewer it is great to use, but it lacks many basic editing options and does not organize your images when compared to others.
I can't fault this! It's great for what it's meant to do, but would benefit greatly with the addition of an easy to use crop tool.
The interface is good, and sleek. Extremely easy to use with nice context menu intergration to boot! :D
Nice package, has a few unusual features, interfaces with Bandizip from the same developer to provide smooth access to zipped files. Fewer features than Irfanview and XnView, but free for all to use.
Many years using HoneyView for reading comics. It's the best one.
There are lot of picture viewers around but this one is a gem. And it is free and portable as well, so it sits on many a usb stick of mine. Ease of use in combination with functionality is Honeyview's strong side. A recommendation worth!
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