Full Screen Pic Picture Viewer
View your photos without the irritating stripes on the sides!
A better gallery where you decide what to include and not makes you see all garbage phone images.
Compress Folder and Split Folder options are present to save very much space, best browsing and best performance.
4 GB of jpeg can be reduced to less than 2 GB!
3 Widgets that you can add to home screen
.the Full Screen Option can be disabled so you can use the App as a Standard Image Viewer
. you decide what to include and not makes you see all garbage phone images
.compress Folder and Split Folder options are present to save very much space, best browsing and best performance; for example, 4 GB of jpeg can be reduced to less than 2 GB!
.Immersive Mode for devices with software keys (Hide Navigation Bar for Full Screen Pics)
.ability to set the Wallpaper of the Home Screen with the Full Screen Pic, you can also enlarge the Pic to fit the screen size; process WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) is used
.3 Widgets (2x1, 3x2 and 4x3) that you can add to home screen and configure with independent pics & actions
.easy toggle pic size with double tap
.start Google Maps and Google Earth by Coordinates or close Address
.view File information, ExIf data and GPS tags and Copy to Clipboard
.share pics with friends
.sort filelist in various ways, also by ExIf Camera Data
.clear History of viewed folders
.many configuration options
In still camera photography, the most common aspect ratios are 4:3 and 3:2, closer to a square shape and suitable for printing.
However, many mobile devices, tablets, laptops, desktop monitors and TVs have an aspect ratio of 16:9 or 16:10, closer to a rectangular shape and suitable for movies.
When 4:3 or 3:2 images are displayed on a 16:9 or 16:10 device, two stips are shown on the sides of the screen and the image remains smaller.
This App solves the problem by adapting by default the image to the size of the device.
Of course, the top and the bottom of the image are slightly cut but in most cases this is not a big problem and you can however see the original image with a double tap.
In case of photos of people where may be cut off heads or feet, you could turn off the full screen display and use the app as a regular photo viewer.
If your device supports it, you can connect it to the TV with an HDMI cable and enjoy your pictures in Full Screen.
Of course some mobile devices can be set to take pictures in 16:9 format but this format is not suitable for printing and does not use the sensor completely (less megapixels) so this is not a good solution.
The Lite version is limited to 15 consecutive Full Screen Pics and contains Advertising.
To remove this limits you need to upgrade to the PRO version; all other functions are active and complete.
Market Link: Full Screen Pic Lite