- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 14188159, 2 days ago90% useless! Even if images are on the same domain in a sub-domain, it does not find images. No matter what you set. In addition, Firefox or the system is extremely busy, consumes masses of memory and is extremely slow when searching. You are faster with manual search!
- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 17685069, 16 days agoThis used to work great, but the past couple of months, it freezes while downloading, and I have to retry over and over again (10+ times!) to get it to work... if it does at all. I'm not sure what changed, but it pretty much broke. Which sucks, because it used to be the best one out there.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 11109322, 2 months agoDid everything I expected. Only thing I would mention is that directions should be explicit about images being saved to download folder in a zip file.
- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 14739548, 4 months agoDoes the job but it is way too demanding. I want a one-click solution. "Download all images" and that's all I want to say about it.
With this version it takes FIVE clicks to perform the save and two of those clicks involve wait time of several seconds.
The defaults are acceptable. An option to display the path to the saved zip would be useful for some, but once you've run this a few times you know exactly where to look.
I'd give this two stars because I like the zip but I so dislike the chatty nature that I'm going with mean.
I continue to look for a similar app with a less onerous UI.
- Rated 1 out of 5by spiercy16, 4 months agoNo clue where the images are saved. Users should never have to watch a YouTube tutorial or view your product page (where I couldn't find the location either, mind you) to figure out where images/files are saved to. There was also no option in the download window to choose the location. I looked in my downloads folder and pictures folder without any luck... I understand requiring users to watch videos or study documentation if they're wanting to do something advanced and your software (or add-on) is incredibly complicated, but when it's something as relatively simple as downloading all images, they should never have to.