Save an image with one click or dragging it, or all the images in the page using the extension button.
1. Save images with one click using the hotkey alt + click (holding the alt key and clicking the image).
2. Or save images dragging them (drag an image slightly to any side and release the mouse).
3. Download every single image on the page by using the extension button (green button on the right top).
The images are downloaded in the default directory for downloads of Chrome.
Installation Note: After installing, Chrome doesn't add any extensions to the currently opened tabs (so, you have to reload the tabs that were opened before the installation for the extension to work on them).
Featured on The Next Web, Lifehacker, ZDNet and Gizmodo as one of the best Chrome Extensions available on the webstore.
What's up with the name?
It's almost a portmanteu of image and gentleman...
Disclaimer: Google provides the extension (through its Google Analytics tool) data for some basic stats. Specifically, it helps me know, approximately how many people are using the extension and how many images are getting downloaded through it. No private data can (Google only provides anonymous data) or was/is being gathered (no urls, nothing!).