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How is this compared to Free and Open Source apps like Simple Gallery and Camera Roll ?
Simple Gallery is the closest replacement to QuickPic.
In addition to having most of QuickPic's features and style, it also adds a lot of its own features on top, such as Recycle Bin, Folder thumbnail size customization, Action buttons at the bottom of images, customization of extended details, etc.
I just wish they'd copy the last remaining features of QuickPic so I could just delete QuickPic and start using Simple Gallery all the time. It still lacks manual image rotation finger gesture that QuickPic has, you can't swipe left/right on the video to seek and couple of other things, but it's really on the way.
I replaced QuickPic with Simple Gallery.
It's customizable, so I changed the colors to the QuickPic ones and it's almost the same layout. I don't miss QuickPic at all, plus it has fingerprint support for showing hidden folders
The cloud part and the current company behind it (Cheetah) has simply notorious reputation.
Since Simple Gallery turned up I haven't even wanted to swap back to QuickPic. Simple, no cloud integration and open source.
Switched to simple gallery and haven't looked back. Free version is 10x better. Paid version is very inexpensive and extremely worth it.
Putting every other amazing feature aside, the best part imo is just the fact that it loads instantly.
I was a die hard fan of quick pic until I found out about this recently.
This is the alternative I found. It looks almost identical, has all the features and more. I highly recommend it
> Right now my biggest gripe is they only allow exclusion of folders instead of inclusion. Being able to set a picture folder as the only folder displayed is very handy.
You can do both with Simple Gallery as seen here
Simple Gallery has this option. Check this Rotate media by - 'Aspect ratio'. Also turn on 'Dark background for media' for better user experience.
The F-Droid version is better if you know how to use that. If you just want to hide stuff you can create a folder then put a . infornt of the folder name then use the app to manually include the folder from the settings.
It's even released on the play store.
In case people wonder why to use this one over QuickPic:
Simple Gallery, it is simple like its name says. I used the neutered classic version QuickPic for a while, tested many others and then LeafPic for a while (too buggy and slow development). Simple Gallery feels best.
Create an empty file called .nomedia and put it in the folder where the "video files" are. After a few minutes, Android's internal media scanner should see the file and remove any reference to the folder but if you want to speed up that process you can restart the phone. After that, you'll only be able to open up the files by going directly to the folder or by using an app like this that has an option to show hidden media.
To create the file on windows, enable the option to see file extensions then use notepad or something to make an empty file, then after you save it just rename the file and delete the extension (so if you create .nomedia.txt just remove .txt)
I'd suggest installing Simple Gallery from the play store, then use it at least once to confirm your pics are there. You might want to back them all up first to a flash drive or Google Photos before this next step, but your photos won't be deleted. Now go to Settings/Apps then your Gallery app. Tap on Storage, then clear the data and cache. No pictures will be deleted from your phone's memory by doing this. Restart your Gallery app and see what it shows. As long as the Simple Gallery app showed all your photos that shows they're still on your phone.
Still popular and in development.
Don't even install it anymore. The infamous Chinese company called Cheetah Mobile bought it. Simple Gallery is a lot like QuickPic used to be: [link]
> JuiceDefender - I stopped using this a LONG time ago but are there any good battery management apps out there?
What JuiceDefender (I remember it) used to do is not needed anymore. Since JuideDefender the internal battery magenement in Android has improved a lot and there's now an automatic feature called Doze, which puts the phone into a deeper sleep when it is idle and over time restricts the amount of wakes and background tasks app can do. Task killers are not needed either. There are apps that that make the Doze even more aggressive, they require root or granting permissions via adb shell, but you don't "need" to use them.
Ditch QuickPic, uninstall anything from cheetah mobile.
Try Simple Gallery (Free) / (Pro)
"Simple Gallery" by Simple Mobile Tools - simple GUI, no ads or unnecessary permissions. Open-source.
"Explorer" by Speed Software - "PC-like interface", lot of options. No ads or unnecessary permissions.
Easy, lightweight, you can customize the theme and it has no ads or cloud capabilities. It's also free and open source.
Doesn#t most gallery apps have hide functions? I'm using simplegallary. Or you can hide them with file explores like solid explorer
Sadly, LG apps won't work outside of LG stock ROMs.
I haven't done much with other IR remote apps, but for gallery, I suggest either QuickPic Mod or Simple Gallery.
Click on the Albums tab, then 3dot menu, then "Hide or unhide albums". From there you can toggle the folder to be displayed or not. Other than that, there's no way completely exclude directories or only include DCIM.
Edit: Simple Gallery is fantastic as an alternative. This is what I use regularly. [link]
Vinyl music player
An awesome gallery app I use is Simple Gallery
I went ahead and paid for the pro version. I absolutely love it compared to Google Photos. Very lightweight and it has a "recycle bin" feature that I have grown fond of.
Might I suggest Simple Gallery? I've been using this for years and it's by far the best gallery app around. It has an exclude and a hide function. Excluding an album never shows a certain filepath (in any gallery app for that matter) and hiding a file or album only makes them visible with a toggle. You can even password protect hidden files with a pattern, PIN or fingerprint.
Simple Gallery I especially like that it can automatically display the current photo at max brightness. It's definitely on the Play Store though.
MiXplorer The best file browser. But I had to pay extra for SMB v2 support and extra for non-standard video codecs. Still worth it though.
> Loyalty Card Keychain - Scan your store loyalty cards and use your phone to generate a barcode the cashier can scan.
If I were a store manager I wouldn't allow cashiers to scan unauthorized barcodes from strangers.
Simple Gallery. It's free, open source, and doesn't share data online.
Do note, though. Unless you uninstall Google Photos, it'll still have access to your images/videos. Even if you don't use it.
What do you mean people are still unaware of it, quickpic mod is posted in every "best gallery app" thread probably haha; also if you want something that doesn't force close and is more up-to-date use this instead: [link]
Or honestly, just leave quickpic behind and get simple gallery instead: [link]
I use google photos only to back up pics and vids. Its a horrible gallery.
Instead, I found a beautiful and extremely practical, minimalist gallery app that is free AND ad-free.
Its called SIMPLE GALLERY
Gallery/photos app: Simple Gallery
Browser: Naked Browser (very small app size footprint, UI is acquired taste), Opera Mini (uses its own rendering engine, which is a bit archaic, but also very light)
Keyboard: AnysoftKeyboard, if you're noticing slowdowns with Gboard.
Youtube: NewPipe, from F-Droid.
SMS app (?): QKSMS
> QuickPic successor.
Simple Gallery for that, if QuickPic means the classic version.
> LeafPic - It's in beta, but it's pretty solid at the moment.
Not updated since October 2016, the development seems to have stalled. I used it before finding Simple Gallery, too many bugs in its current state.
How about the aptly named app, Simple Gallery?
It's very similar to QuickPic. I found out about it through this subreddit and replaced my pre-Cheetah QuickPic with it because it kept freezing on Nougat.
You can use google photos or just reinstall galery as this should be a onetime issue, but there are lots of gallery alternatives
I remember back when I used QuickPic I had to lower my DPI to get 3 column viewing, then after seeing Simple Gallery (F-Droid) get recommended I decided to give it a try. It's way better than QuickPic, it even has the option to increase or decrease column count.
My suggestion for easy to use good quality local image gallery app:
Free to try, cheap for pro version (pennies). Ditch that Google rubbish ;-)
If you want them in your library, all the folders have to be set up to back up automatically.
Otherwise, you can use the Files app and click Images or get Simple Gallery
Do you know how to "drag select"? That may be what you're wanting. It essentially works the same.
Regardless, I suggest trying Simple Gallery. I recently switched to that for a few more features. It's also open source and only requires the storage permissions.
Google Photos is the best to backup and edit the portrait photos.
Simple Gallery like the name says is simple and easy to use.
You can try something like Simple Gallery ([link]) and click the drop down, hit temporarily view hidden, you should see what you want. You can also move them around. Only shows images and videos so you won't have to worry about messing with other files.
Simple Gallery and Camera Roll have the fastest rendering speed when zooming and are basically the only worthy replacement for QuickPic (which went downhill due to Cheetah Mobile unfortunately)
Both can handle folders really well.
About the stock OnePlus gallery:
They can't even get the feeling right when using pinch to zoom.
First thing they need to tackle before going for more features.
Select a folder in it to hide. Voilá
To unhide it, go back to the same menu and select "temporarily show hidden files/folders"
P.S. The App is entirely open source and doesn't save or send any info or require any kind of account or show any kind of ads.
Simple Gallery > hide folder, it adds .nomedia file to the folder (which can be done manually too via file manager) and it will be hidden from internal media indexing, i.e. apps won't show the folder or its contents.
Then you can set a pin code for Simple Gallery and access the hidden folders quickly that way.
This issue is many months old. It happens on all devices running Oreo and is not exclusive to OnePlus.
The QuickPic devs have already been informed when it first started (early Oreo developer previews on the pixel and Nexus). I would not get my hopes up for a fix.
I learned to live with it.
Simple gallery is probably an alternative closest to QuickPic.
Its rendering speed when zooming is much quicker than QuickPic. The only thing I miss is double tap and swipe to zoom.
I used it previously, but too buggy and development seems to have stalled (Github seems to have some activity now but both F-Droid and Play releases are from Oct 2016).
Simple Gallery is very similar to LeafPic in simplicity, also FOSS but unlike LeafPIc much more polished and in active development.
What is this gallery app, the built in one? Test with another one too, e.g. Simple Gallery, but I doubt it is any different.
Likely has something to do with the automatic indexing of media files, since rebooting fixes this. Maybe for some reason it doesn't get done or it is slow to happen.
Did you try Simple gallery ? It's almost similar.
Camera roll (This app will improve in future)
I tried for app like old quicpic. Currently using quicpic 4.3 & Simple gallery. (Actually I can't decide which one should i keep ..lol��)
this gallery app looks good:
Black Player for music:
Simple Gallery for my gallery and Poweramp for audio. Well worth it.
Simple Gallery is the best gallery app you're not using. The Dev is constantly updating it. It's incredibly smooth and looks great.
I've been a dedicated QuickPic user for years and have been using the pre-CM apk since CM acquired it. But now on Nougat the old apk force closes a lot and the best replacement I've found for QuickPic is this:
Simple and clean, just like QuickPic was.
Sadly, it does not appear to be a way to do it in the built-in gallery app.
One thing you could do is to use the My Files app and click on the Videos category at the top. It will show you all of the videos on your device and from there, clicking on them will ask you which player you'd like to use.
Another option would be to use a third-party gallery app like this one, which allows you to select your desired player
MIUI apps are pretty rubbish
My advice would be to revoke all permissions for the MIUI gallery because it's not secure. If you delete a photo from it you can still get them all back very easily from the app data as it doesn't delete it from there.
Download simple gallery and use that instead
I use Simple Gallery from the Play Store. It lets me create shortcuts for pictures to add to the home screen.
Not sure what version you would need, but should be able to find the version prior to cheetah buying them and use oldversion.com to find a copy.
simple mobile gallery might be worth a try. This version is older, not updated, free. From same group, Pro has updates, think it costs $1
Both of these are much simpler photo gallery apps that I have used and can recommend
Not true, you got the wrong app
The easiest way i can think of - install "simple gallery" ([link]), open the Camera dir in it, select all photos, choose "fix dates" or something like that.
Former Galaxy S5 user here. Missing the same feature. Unfortunately mainstream galleries don't have this feature anymore. I've switched to Simple Gallery and loving it
Download an app like this: [link]
It will store videos still On photos, it is very difficult to get rid of it adding photos to the photos app. I think you need to disable backup for photos. It actually may not be possible. I just delete them after they show up in my gallery app
This is generally an issue with the app you're using the view them in.
Pictures will typically have something called metadata attached to them such as when they were taken, when they were modified, etc. The app you're using to view them on the S10 is probably organizing them using the "modified date".
Maybe use Simple Gallery
it should allow you to organize the photos how you want
Not sure if that will work. I've tried sideloading the APK onto my Xperia 1ii and yes, it will install, but it won't start (instant crash). I really hope Sony will fix it and support the Album app again.
Until then I'm using an app called "Simple Gallery". It looks a lot like the Album app, the Album app was a bit more refined imo but it's way better then Google Photos.
perhaps, but my point is that you don't need to install rip-offs when the original one is already free and doesn't display ads.
As far as i know all of the old content is just hidden somewhere in the files, because this gallery program has a function to show hidden files. It will also show HI3 videos and gifs from previous events and even videos that are not available yet for the new chapter
There are some Custom Frameworks in Custom OS like TouchWiz or OneUI, even Google in the Pixel's have some custom Frameworks to ensure the correct work of some apps (Like Google Phone). In that case, the best thing you can do to have a "custom" Gallery App (not LG's one) might be downloading any other app from the Play Store.
Something like Simple Gallery should do the work, if not, you have Google Photos.
If you want some other options, go here, you might find a Gallery that work for you.
>For QuickPic just use Simple Galley
From the app description:
This version of the app is no longer maintained, get the Pro version at [link] . Don't forget that if you uninstall any paid app within 2 hours, you will automatically be refunded. If you want a refund anytime later, just contact us at and you will get it. That makes it easy to try it out :)
For QuickPic just use Simple Galley it's literally the exact same app but with more features.. never found anything this good and I'd go as far as saying it's better then QuickPic
I have found Simple Gallery to be one of the most capable album apps around. It's open source and just does what you expect it to + much more.
Google Play or APKMirror link
I use Simple Gallery with that amount of pictures the low-overhead of the app itself may help in reducing the amount of time it takes to load the images.
It's as good as the main page if you close the gallery with the albums tab open, it will open again on that page, but no there is no way to install the Samsung gallery or any other Samsung system app on a Huawei
Simple Gallery was about the best replacement I found but not sure if it does that
Just trying to narrow down the possible causes - see if you get the same issue with a different gallery app. Try Simple Gallery. I've been using it for years and have never had an issue across several memory cards on my S8 and S9.
>Did you find a worthy alternative yet?
I've been using Google Photos since I switched to the ported Pixel software / Pixel-like ROMs.
Perhaps you should check out Simple Gallery.
You can install Simple Gallery, it's a straightforward gallery app similar to the stock Samsung one (from what I remember).
There is a also a quick way to check if there were any changes after transfer to remove any doubt. Open the photo on the phone and look if your photo viewer can show file details (size and resolution). If the one you currently using can't, you can try this good free one.
Then open the same photo after transfer on PC and check its properties. After transfer over USB the file size and resolution will be the same as on the phone. There might be small difference in the shown size, as phone might use decimal megabytes, while Windows uses binary ones.
Have a look at Simple Gallery. It has an option to show folders in a nested format, and you can easily choose which folders to include/exclude
Yeah, I hate the fact that all variants have such differences between apps and functionality of the same exact device.
I checked, they do still have the legacy version available for free: [link]
There's lots of customization too, photos to include or exclude, column differences, animations, file counts, etc.
Simple Gallery app seems to have this feature. It's also open source.
Play Store Link
As others have said, there are many gallery apps available. Two of the apps mentioned, Simple Gallery and Camera Roll, are both free and open source:
Yes, but Quickpic was acquired by a Chinese company and spyware was added to it iirc, so I wouldn't suggest using it. This gallery app should have a similar feature though, and so do most galleries built into a phone that aren't Google Photos.
Do you mean rotate as in the screen rotates the image when you turn the phone, or editing the image to rotate it?
I prefer an app called "Simple Gallery" to any/all stock Photo apps, but I just fired up the pre-loaded LG one.
It does still automatically rotate, and I can still use it to manually rotate images.
Depending on your gallery app, You might be able to hold down on the folder and A hide option is usually in the menu in top right(3 dots).
For the Gallery app I use (Simple Gallery), I hold down on the folder(or photo/video/file) > Tap the 3 dots in top right > Tap Hide.
That's weird. Try disabling the gallery app first? (You can enable it later, or even use an alternate gallery app like this, which in my opinion is a lot better than stock gallery app)
Weird. Are you using the stock app? I just checked mine, and you can't hide the "Download" folder. You could try this app. It's way more customizable so maybe you could force it to show that folder?
I haven't used QuickPic, but the Simple Gallery app has an option to "Temporarily Show Hidden Folders/Albums" which get hidden after exiting the app, and there's also a toggle to re-hide them.
Is that similar to the feature you're asking about?
Edit: forgot to mention, Simple Gallery is Free and Open-Source [link]
Also no bloat or ads :)
I use Simply Gallery for cropping & resizing. No drawing. Opengur for uploading to Imgur (discontinued and partially broken thanks to Imgur's shutdown of 3rd party APIs, but still works for uploading).
Simply Gallery has a setting for changing the zoom method... without the keyboard.png I can't say if it is exactly what you want. The setting is called "Replace deep zoomable images with better quality ones".
You can prepend any folder with a period (.) to hide it from immediate browsing. However, users only need to press "Show Hidden Folders" to reveal the contents. So you'll need a file browser like ones below that allow you to set a passcode to open hidden folders under all circumstances.
Not sure why WhatsApp is doing that, so I can't help there... There may be a setting in the WhatsApp app.
But, as a workaround, you can download a different Gallery app which lets you include specific folders, even if there is a .nomedia file.
An example of one app that can do this: Simple Gallery
Settings -> Manage Included Folders -> + -> Pick the folder
There should be other gallery apps that let you do this too.
Has also animated thumbnails. Some issues displaying certain sort of gifs though, at least in large folders. Not sure what's the problem.
It also plays videos (i.e. in this case "gifs" that were downloaded as mp4/webm).
Well, you can cache stuff on Spotify for offline playback. I haven't come across their whole catalog, but everyone I searched some some artist, it was there.
As for the pictures, you can have Photos just for the upload, whilst using another gallery as main viewer. I strongly recommend this one.
> Is able to open pics through the Samsung My Files app
By default, Android will let you choose the gallery app you want to use when opening a file from the file manager (My Files) only if you have multiple apps that can open this type of file. So after installing the app that I'll recommend to you it should show it as an option, if it doesn't look at the end of this comment.
> Lightweigh / can play gifs / read from hidden files located in sd card or internal / going through all the pics in the folder
The best lightweight app I could recommend and has all the features you want (and more) with minimal permissions is Simple Gallery. If you want more lightweight replacement apps for the file manager, calendar, camera, etc.. check out the other apps from the same developer
You can click "Always" when choosing an app to open a photo, so it doesn't ask everytime.Tell me if that worked.
If it's not showing the gallery apps to choose one, and is directly opening the photos in a gallery app, that means that you've clicked "Always" instead of "Just once" when you opened a photo some time ago, doing this will make the photos always open in the app you chose and it won't ask you again. To undo that you should go to settings->apps->apps manager->open menu and clear defaults (maybe the way to do it is different on your phone so you should look for something similar to this, or Google: "galaxy s7 clear app defaults")
I'm currently using Simple Gallery ([link]) as an alternative to QuickPic, and you might try Focus as well: [link]
For anyone looking for replacement.
Been using Simple Gallery for a while, clean And functional. [link]
I can recommend this instead of quickpic
Try it. It's really a total copy of it.
Simple Gallery: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.simplemobiletools.gallery
It's like QuickPic before Cheetah's acquisition, but better.
Simple Gallery most of their apps are brilliant, plus FOSS.
While you are at it, Simple Gallery is also open source and much more mature. Try it.
I use Simple Gallery.
Play Store link for those that don't want to sideload.
Simple gallery is a good app no ads and open source
I'm using Simple Galerie
Lightweight, ad-free, and also available on F-Droid.
Give Simple Gallery a try. I dig it.
Simple Gallery - Photo and Video Manager & Editor | 4.6 rating | Free | 10,000,000+ downloads | Search manually
> Simple Gallery brings you all the photo viewing and editing features you have been missing on your Android in one stylish easy-to-use app. Browse, manage, crop and edit faster than ever, recover accidentally deleted files ...
The hypocrisy of this is astounding. Fuck. Google. And their Greenwashing Bullshit. This whole time, I've been inclined on using less Google services because of their privacy concerns (+read into their environmental bullshit ;-;) But at this point. Oh yeah, I'm definitely going to try my best to stay away from them! Here's my progress so far (+Recommendations):
-I've replaced Google Photos with Simple Gallery
-Deleted Chrome and made Samsung Browser my default browser
-I now use ecosia instead of Google search
-Replaced Google Notes with Standard Notes
-Replaced Google Drive with Mega Sync (50GB's free), as my cloud backup.
I've added links to anyone else who also wants to avoid Google for whatever reason.
Luckily, there's a good alternative to QuickPic now
You could maybe try this app [link]
So far the closest thing to the old QuickPic I've found.
Quick pic used to be good. It's Chinese spyware now. I use this: [link]
You can try,
Both apps doesn't ask internet permission. So your data is safe. They are also very simple apps. If you need more functions. You can try these apps. You can buy pro version for full features.
If you install the app for the first time. Try to open/scroll all photos. They will open faster once thumbnails are cached.
In case if you can not give up quickpic.
You can also try old apk of quickpic. (Anything lower than v4.5, here is the link for v4.3. Since it's old apk it might not run very well on new android versions.
There is a modified version of quickpic on XDA. It blocks background services. I am not sure about if it blocks internet access or not though. Also if you uploaded anything on CM cloud, you should delete it. Btw CM bought quickpic in August, 2015.
You can always use old version of quickpic. version 4.3 is good. You can also try quickpic mod by xda team. They removed all those unnecessary background cheetah mobile services & internet permission. Search for it on xda.
If you are worried and you want to complete alternative , Use simple gallery.
Simple gallery - doesn't have any ads, It doesn't ask for internet permission , No unnecessary permission ( Just storage & setting wallpaper permissions)
If that doesn't satisfy you.. you can try
This app is under development. So, Keep an eye on this app , final release will have less bugs & faster performance.
These are the 3 apps that are ad free & good alternative of quickpic.
Okay. So, almost all the features you mentioned in your post ( renaming , moving photos, arranging photos ) etc. can be done using these apps.
Simple gallery - [link]
Before going for any other app. Try this app & check if it fulfills your requirements. (Tip:You can change image preview background to black from settings)
-Very simple app. (Not bloated & Clean UI)
-It does have ads & It's free
-It doesn't ask for so many permission like other gallery apps.
Other app is ... quickpic ( But not current version , Current version is bloated & Cheetah mobile bought it) Use old apk quickpic v4.3 , download from apkmirror.
Camera roll ( App is under development)
In app purchase options
Foto gallery - [link]
Piktures - [link]
Focus - [link]
There are also some other apps. But, I can't remember their names. May be other users will help you. I will still suggest you to try first 3 apps , explorer all the settings, after that if you feel that you need more options , then try other apps.
Edit : To organise photos , use
You can rotate multiple photos at once. There are some other features, too!
Imaganize - [link]
I'm so sorry. It's called Simple Gallery.
Simple Gallery +1
Keep an eye on Camera Roll and Optic, both under development. Simple Gallery is closest to old/classic QuickPic, though.
LeafPic's development seems to have stalled and in its current status it is too buggy.
They'll only run on their native brand as their coded to run on that Skin. Try Simple Gallery
Picked a static wallpaper for the first couple shots - I usually just have my wallpaper cycling through artwork as seen in the last shot because I love digital art and have added alot to my collection over the years. Usually game art/cars/music related stuff etc.
Try Simple Gallery:
Try this one out. I use it and love it way more than stock gallery!!
Try Simple Gallery
Simple Gallery is what you need
Simple Gallery, set time to whatever you want. [link]
Sorta a vague question but I think Simple Gallery has what you're looking for.
I use Simple Gallery now.
Ne aggiungo alcune:
This is the one I use in conjunction with Google Photos.
Simple Gallery and Optic
Simple Gallery - Open source and Add-free
Gboard or Fleksy for keyboard
Simple Gallery, of course.
Simple Gallery- completely free, open source, and no ads.
try Simple Gallery, it's much better IMO.
To answer your question though, try Simple Gallery.
Link here. ⬇️
I use "Simple Gallery" to manage photos/videos on my Android devices...
Simple Gallery Pro
I also like this as an alternative picture gallery:
It's the best gallery app I've ever used. Here's the link:
The dev has a really nice, low permission suite of apps.
Simple Gallery let's you long press and hide
Simple Gallery gives you the default of overwriting the original if you keep the file name.
Simple Gallery, needs a few taps but the resizing is there in the 3-dot menu.
Yup, Simple Gallery is excellent. I've got it on both my phone and tablet (Amazon Fire HD). I didn't realise the author did other "Simple" apps, I'll have to investigate.
As for camera apps I like more control so I use Camera FV-5 (it tries to be more like an SLR so it's got things like F-stop adjustment, bracketing etc).
There's a free "lite" version which has limited picture resolution support and may be sufficient for your needs as is but the pro version isn't that expensive from what I can remember (I've been using this for a long while now, on every phone I've owed, currently a G4).
it's actually called simple gallery Simple Gallery.
Some simple gallery apps below. I doubt any of them will open text files and afaik none of them have a specific "kiosk mode" but the features are minimal incase of accidental taps. All are folder based. At least Simple Gallery has a hide/exclude folder feature.
Simple Gallery: [link]
Camera Roll: [link]
It is indeed.
QuickPic - old apk v4.3 - Old version , from may,2015. Cheetah mobile bought quickpic in July-August,2015. Don't use auto update apps option in playstore. (There is also a quickpic mod on xda , that disables cm services & playstore can not update it.)
If you want to try some unreleased/Early access apps(They are good btw)
I am using foto gallery & old quickpic v4.3 . I also blocked it's internet access.
i have been using this one:
Simple Gallery is personally the best QuickPic replacement right now: [link]
Simple Gallery. Completely free, no ads, and open-source.
Simple Gallery makes things pretty easy: [link]
Try simple gallery
You can try [link]
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Depends how long it takes for them to rob your entire balance.
Yea, Cake Wallet robbed me. I have proof of it. I used to have a thread on reddit and twitter about it.
>So/// here's my fuckin' story alright... prepare yourself, it's juicy at times and ramblin' man at others. But still of great great value to you, your loved ones, your nation, THE ENTIRE WORLD...
>MY BIGGEST ADVICE: Do not ever use anything related to crypto on anything but a secure, fort knock secure, barely online secure, home PC (if you can call a basic console and some minimal gui and ssh/vnc related abilities ONLY a "home PC".
>They were able to use the cache of my gallery images I had DELETED in the .pygallery cache something like that. I don't remember exactly the directory but the gallery I had been using was a reputable "simple gallery [free]" found on the play store. I taken the time to delete any and all images that were associated with my cake wallet's sensitive details...
>Here is where they caught ME slipping... I took momentary screenshots of the private keys, etc. data and then used the images via the gallery to open, read, write down and THEN delete (and yes from the trash and used 3rd party apps to clean what I thought was my phone's ENTIRE cache) I was wrong.
>It took me USB debug enable, connecting via usb to my "fort knox computer" to see the vulnerabilities and what files seemingly still existed at even that moment in time... still. So I obviously took all of my evidence and aligned it with my background in software dev and crypto blockchains, etc and showed the Cake devs exactly how they used what port to access my device to seek out the cache of my gallery in hopes I had screenshots, which is SUCH A DUMB MOVE ON MY PART (even if temporary, temporary is NEVERRRR temporary) and a BIG learning curve on my part; "Don't cut corners to save time or make things such as valuable as ~$3700 USD worth in Monero" such as these matters were to me..."
>They clamed up, started to run on about some forward it to their legal department and I knew I had made them...
>I made myself by being weak and using;
>insecure web connection (I mean, fucking LAYER your shit with everything from mobile hotspot 4g/5g devices of which has the sole purpose of being a mobile based hotspot [see calyxinstitute.org] then harden that shit with even more layers of pi-hole's and VPN's and you name it. Then -- throw your cell phone in the trash [momentarily...] and use JUST A HARDENED (if possible, TailsOS, etc thumb drive based system) to then use even more security by connecting via tor... via even a BRIDGE! LOL.
>Once you're in your "panic room" of activity space--then start using your home based cli or GUI (if you must) crypto-of-choice's wallet client--then use your oh ya... you should have created your own NODE--something prepared over sometimes days if not pruned or paid for online using a node provider service [such as xmrcannon.net which has a strong reputation within the community--seemingly officially backed by community support via getmonery.org --a service I have used for a small period of time whilst I dev'd my own RaspPi to the node I needed using images such as https://github.com/monero-ecosystem/PiNode-XMR you will surprised at the ease and the amount of time and effort folks have gone to the lengths and time they have spent to provide such a fuckin' goddamn fantastic privacy coin & community morale if you will]... node to sync your wallet and your only half way there. Once you now can securely check your shit without anyone looking over your shoulder such as they did in my case...
>Continue on young Jedi -- continue on and let the force be with you (but not following you like it gets creepy then the force is like up your ass watching you beat off / fuck [like a normal person] but either way hey--APPRECIATE the force!!!
>... and don't get robbed bitches. especially by the developers of a well respected wallet such as CAKE -- but no one is ever too good to not rob or too secure to be robbed. CAKE is not 1 man running an op solo-dolo people... the more spread you have of employees and workers, the thinner your ability to rein rule over said employees and workers gets. /!\ I don't run my mouth without absolute indisputible evidence. I do not hastily speak disparagingly about a company without super strong proof of what it is I am "slandering upon their reputation(s)."
>I reported this entire case of my ~$3700 worth of stolen Monero via CAKE wallet to my local PD, my Attorney Generals office, as well as made a claim via "<strong>reclaimcrypto.com</strong>" among many other lesser known agencies...
>I know nothing is really to come of all this. But maybe it scares someone out there to tighten up their butthole(s) a bit and do things with a bit more thought and a lot more effort in security.
>If I can save one or more people from being robbed such as I have; God Bless.
so there is t'was ... I had been officially PWN'ED!!
if you so desire to contact me because this shit really tore / harmed your anus hole;
...for one to, say... have dinner or maybe a circle jerk about all of this shit I ranted on about;
shoot that email on over to this ever so spam--able, ready for shit posts galore; email address: [email protected] (yes, a very real & active email account I use for this scenarios)
P.S. I would like to make it very clear, I am not racist. And mention of this email and it's domain is not an attempt nor suggestion of racism being supported by myself nor anyone mentioned with this rant nor anybody mentioned at all with... the biggest fuckin shit show of aaaaa.... MEGARANT!
XO be well folks
[/end of my very random yet on topic--MEGARANT!]
Thanks Man. I use Simple Gallery. It has tons of features. Link below.
Simple Gallery you can also get it on F-Droid
Simple Gallery (Pro) is great! [link]
Disable or uninstall Google photos, then download something like simple gallery. [link]
Try that out and see if you like.
I'm sorry but GP is much more than a typical storage app for photos.
That being said, maybe try this...
Why not try another gallery app to try moving them? I hear "simple gallery" is great : [link]
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Simple Gallery. Minimalistic design and easy to use. Size is also very less.
May be this will be helpful for you.
The "simple gallery" app for Android.
Simple Gallery has that option.
Simple Gallery - Photo and Video Manager & Editor | 4.6 rating | Free | 5,000,000+ downloads | Search manually
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Yeah, it's really bad. I'm using simple gallery and I'm quite happy with it
Try a different gallery. Simple Gallery - Photo/Video Manager & Editor
Simple Gallery ( https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.simplemobiletools.gallery )
[link] base version is still free.
Try this one:
As others have said: Simple Gallery Free / Pro
And also Memoria Free / Pro - On sale too
These 2 are the most similar to Quickpic
I use Simple Gallery. Way easier to use than stock app and has great UI design.
Simple Gallery ([link]) is pretty good, and so is Camera Roll ([link])
Something like this?
Try this one:
You could use another gallery app such as Simple Gallery
[dev] These excellent, free and opensource gallery apps are available at google play and fdroid
This free and opensource gallery app is available on f-droid but not on playstore
It is more difficuilt to use than the other 3 and more powerfull.
I use simple gallery [link]
I use this.
All their apps are lightweight and quick
Use a different app?
......maybe something like [link]
Simple Gallery : [link]
Piktures : [link]
Try setting the wallpaper from a different app. Download Simple Gallery and set the wallpaper from there.
someone posted this on another forum:
Try this with this one.
As a QuickPic orphan, check Simple Gallery. You'll like it.
Simple Gallery, lightweight and customizable.
Vanilla, ad free simple gallery
Simple Gallery has this feature.
Straightforward is just showing me the photos on device, by folders, and thats it. Without trying to organize it for me, without magically making some photos bigger, without the top of the "library" being an ad row for printing photos, and the most of the screen being online albums created hell knows how. Google photos is overcomplicated, or maybe the right word would be "cluttered".
I personally use "Simple Gallery" which is way more convenient than Google Photos:
I would recommend getting Simple Gallery if you have a gallery app showing photos in the wrong order. Cough cough Google photos. (Example: Your newly downloaded photo shows up in the bottom as taken from "1965".)