gifster chrome extension
Use gifster to easily bookmark and share your favourite images on the web.
// Bookmarking images
If you come across an image on the web that you want to bookmark, simply right-click the image and select the "Bookmark image" gifster option. This saves the image to your personal library for later use.
// Browsing your library
To open up your image library, you can right-click a textfield (eg. a comment box), and select the "Insert image" gifster option. You can scroll through your image library until you find the image that you are looking for.
To share an image, click the green checkmark and you will then be able to copy the link for the image that you've chosen. After copying the link, paste it wherever you'd like to share it.
//Managing your library
Lastly, if you want to remove an image from your library, just click the trash can and the image will be permanently deleted from your library.
Q: Is gifster open source?
A: Yes, http://derekjonescanada.github.io/gifster/
Q: Does gifster store images on my computer?
A: No, gifster stores text urls using chrome's local storage.
Q: Will I use extra bandwidth by viewing images in gifster's library?
A: No, web browsers use caching to avoid downloading data that has already been received.
gifster requires access to your data on websites, tabs and browsing activity, but gifster does NOT have adware, malware, or spyware, and does NOT collect or use your data.
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