ImageGrabDummy! is an image search collector and gallery which can download hundreds of pictures of any kind from the web, displaying them in an instant preview. ImageGrabDummy! contains advanced filters to block out advertisements.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Description: ImageGrabDummy! is an image search collector and gallery which can download hundreds of pictures of any kind from the web, displaying them in an instant preview. ImageGrabDummy! uses two methods to grab pictures. The first is by keyword. It lets the user select which search engine to use to find resulting web pages for your keyword specified, and download all images from those pages, and continue spidering. The second method is by URL. You can specify a starting web page to begin grabbing images from and links. ImageGrabDummy! will then continue from there grabbing images off subsequent web pages. ImageGrabDummy! contains several advanced filters including the ability to remove images smaller than a certain file size, only download GIF or JPG, view/remove URLs in the queue to be searched, instant and automatic image previewing, and more. The ImageGrabDummy! autopreview screen lets you view images as they are downloaded.
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