You know what they say about good deals, right? The don’t last. The same thing holds true for a free lunch. It might be free for awhile, but it’s not a business model that will last.
So it is with Pixa, a cleverly designed image, photo, icon, and graphic designer’s file organizing tool. Free for awhile. What you’ll like about Pixa is the iPhoto, iTunes-like approach to managing files.
There’s the requisite left sidebar Library. Organize all your files as projects inside folders stacked in the sidebar.
Click on a file and get more detailed information, including file type, icon size, file size, dimensions, tags, and more.
Select files and simple drag and drop onto an export icon. All the basic image file formats are handled within Pixa– PSD, AI, JPG, PNG, TIFF, BMP, GIF, EPS, and more.
Organizing thousands of images requires tags, and Pixa can auto tag useful file information. I’ve been using a rather extensive folder hierarchy for many years to store files and photos, and Pixa can replace that tried and true method and provide additional tools.
It’s unlikely that Pixa will remain free for long. It’s that pleasant to use.