They say the best things in life are free. When it comes to the internet, there’s still a price to pay in access and time, but the web offers more than a few bargains. For example, tens of millions of images and photos are available for download– if you can just find them. Here’s a free and easy way to search the web’s search engines for images and photos.
Instead of browsing Google and hoping for the best, try using Beholder instead. It’s a free internet web image find that searches through multiple we image search engines to dig up images and photos, making it easy to find and extract what you want from web pages, web directories, and even RSS feeds.
Think of Beholder as a dedicated Mac app that searches for images and photos. It’s simple to operate, fast, and brings additional information about each photo, including page, link, and image size.
The interface is a bit like iPhoto and displays hundreds or thousands of images and photos. It verifies the existence of each one, and can download them for detailed inspection. Zoom in to a few images and photos, or zoom out and scroll to view hundreds.
Beholder captures image size and direct link and gives you options to search for image sizes and uses different search engines. There was a time when the app had a price tag, but has now been made free to use. If you need to search the web for images and photos this may be the fastest, easiest, and now, the cheapest way.