f-spot

Personal photo management application
  http://www.f-spot.org/
  -11
  20 reviews



F-spot is a full-featured personal photo management application for the gnome desktop. it simplifies digital photography by providing intuitive tools to help you share, touch-up, find and organize your images. it allows for importing of your existing photo collections, tagging photos with identifiers, as well as doing simple edits of photos (e.g. rotating).
Latest reviews
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shian 3 years ago

Could not try it since it crashes on start.

4
taote 3 years ago

Not perfect, problems with too many images to import from a single folder (simple to avoid) so I used it still. Now, where has it gone? Deleted from repository without replacement? What do with 100.000 pictures archive?

5
scorpion6789 6 years ago

11111

4
biv21 6 years ago

Not good, but need more support this fine program from developers.

1
photoao 6 years ago

mono is out of question, re-organizing my files THEIR way is out of question, moving my pics to the home folder is out of question

1
fotonix 6 years ago

Tried it. Not up to the job. Maybe in a few versions...

2
Ichag 7 years ago

Naja, da mehme ich lieber Gimp

3
sapiensantiquus 7 years ago

Pretty good most of the time, but experienced occasional inexplicable crashes. Frequent crashes while importing photos as well.

1
sebibob 7 years ago

unterirdisch

1
Anleoje 7 years ago

Not good, it has crashes, incompatibilities, etc...

2
carlosjimy 7 years ago

No me gusta. Poco práctico para sólo visualizar fotografías. Hay opciones más lijeras y otras más completas.

5
ondra-kl 7 years ago

sometimes crashed, but very powerful tags and good ui

2
newrave 7 years ago

langsam, unhandlich und leider auch gern mal abstürzend

2
Rufus 7 years ago

Frequent crashes. No good UI.

2
bodam 7 years ago

This could really be something but it lacks some very basic features.....like rescaning the picture folder after changes have been made.

2
MajorGrubert 7 years ago

N'atteint jamais la fin du scan de ma bibliothèque (15000 photos) sans planter

2
killmess 7 years ago

It uses mono. :(

5
smiffy 7 years ago

reads raw files most apps wont

2
itair 7 years ago

Some crashes, not safe to use.

2
luxy 7 years ago

Not very useful