iMedia Browser

iMedia Browser 1.2.3

Preview all your media


  • Framework available for developers to add in their apps
  • Browse media from the application
  • Access photos, videos, movies, bookmarks


  • Interface can feel cluttered

Very good
iMedia makes it easier to browse all your media from one simple interface. The application can show your photos, videos, music and bookmarks found in your Mac's folders. The top of the interface shows the different folders, which you can open up via a drop down arrow to reveal subfolders. The main part shows a preview of all files in a folder. We quite like the sliding bar, which allows you to easily zoom in and out of files. You can also drag and drop any file that you wish to see in iMedia Browser.

We found that iMedia cleverly manages to unite all media files under one interface. And yet, we sometimes felt that browsing movies or music in the application was not all intuitive. For some file types it just seems more natural to browse from separate applications like iTunes for music. Because iMedia fits all your media files in one place, it can feel a bit cluttered. However some people will find this much more useful to browse through their files quickly and get preview of what is on their Mac.

All in all, iMedia Browser is a useful program to view all your media files from one place.

Along with some bug fixes, this release brings support for Aperture 3.


  • Along with some bug fixes, this release brings support for Aperture 3.

Do you like the media browser that Apple includes in some of its applications, but wish you could use it from any application? Now you can. Download the free Karelia iMedia Browser and use it whenever and wherever you need to access your library of photos, music, videos, and bookmarks. (Requires Mac OS X 10.4 "Tiger" or 10.5 "Leopard.")

Handy features include:

  • Browse Photos: iPhoto library, Aperture library, Pictures folder, and other predefined folders.
  • Browse Music: iTunes library, GarageBand songs, Music folder, etc.
  • Browse Movies: iTunes and iPhoto libraries, Movies folder, etc.
  • Browse Links: Bookmarks from Safari, Firefox, OmniWeb, etc.
  • Drag and drop any folder into the source list to add to your library.
  • Download plugins such as iDelicious to extend capabilities of the browser.
  • Available from the Dock or the Menu Bar, via application preferences.
  • Flip window over to control toolbar and caption preferences.

iMedia Browser


iMedia Browser 1.2.3

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