Browse and download images on the web. Save fav image or select all at once to bulk download.
Introducing the ultimate solution for all your image downloading needs - the Image Downloader extension for Google Chrome. This powerful and user-friendly tool allows you to easily download and save images from any website with just a few clicks. Whether you're browsing popular image-sharing platforms such as Instagram, Pinterest or Flickr or stock image sites like Shutterstock or iStock, Image Downloader has got you covered.
With Image Downloader, you can quickly and efficiently download images in bulk, making it the perfect tool for bloggers, marketers, and anyone who needs to download a large number of images for their work or personal use. Whether you're looking for stock photos, product images, or simply want to save your favorite pictures from the internet, Image Downloader has got you covered.
The extension features a sleek and intuitive interface that makes it easy to navigate and use, even for those who are not tech-savvy. You can quickly filter and search for images based on size, format, and resolution, and even set up custom download folders to keep your images organized.
One of the key features of the Image Downloader is its ability to automatically detect and download all images on a page, saving you time and effort. This is particularly useful when you need to download a large number of images from a single website, such as a stock photo site or a social media platform like Instagram, Pinterest, or Flickr.
In addition, the extension also allows you to download the images in their original format without any conversion.
Overall, the Image Downloader is the ultimate tool for anyone who needs to download and save images from the internet. Whether you're a blogger, marketer, or just someone who loves saving pictures, this extension is a must-have for your Google Chrome browser.
Image Downloader is a simple and powerful tool that lets you download images from websites.
With a bulk image downloader, it becomes possible to download all website images simultaneously with simple clicks.
It is convenient if you want to download all pictures, as it only takes two clicks. First, click the extension's icon and then the download button in the open pop-up.
What other valuable features does the image downloader have?
☑︎ See all images that the web page contains.
☑︎ Filter images by width, height, and URL.
☑︎ Optionally shows images from links.
☑︎ Select images to download by clicking on the image.
☑︎ Use dedicated buttons to open images in new tabs.
☑︎ Supporting all top websites (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest) and many more.
☑︎ Supports the most popular image formats on the web are: JPEG, PNG, GIF, SVG, WebP, BMP
Why does this extension need access to all my site data?
To extract images from a web page, Image Downloader needs to be able to read all the content on that web page when you open the popup. No data leaves your computer.
Why did this extension download smaller images than I expected? Why did it miss some pictures?
Image Downloader can only extract the images currently visible on the page. Those may sometimes be smaller thumbnails of the full-resolution images you'd expect to see when you click on a photo (e.g. in Facebook albums). In addition, some websites like Instagram have carousels with multiple images but only load a few at a time to save bandwidth.
We're looking into adding such capabilities to Image Downloader in the future. If you need this kind of functionality right now, consider looking for an extension that downloads images from the website you're interested in (e.g., Facebook).
- Download in the background - you can now close the popup, and the images will keep downloading!
- Download single images into a subfolder - previously, they were saved into the browser's default directory
- Improve background image detection
- Fix images sometimes being saved outside the specified subfolder
- "Now with even more images!" - find additional background images on the page
- Allow forward and back slashes in subfolders and file paths
- Bring back the red border around selected images
- Show the number of selected images
- Fixed an issue with previewing images on Instagram (and other websites). Requires additional permissions to treat image requests as if they're coming directly from Instagram, not from the extension.
- Fixed a scrollbar issue
- Show advanced filters by default
- Fixed an issue with some files being saved outside of the targeted subfolder
- Fixed an issue where invalid URLs would break the extension - https://github.com/image/image-downloader/issues/23
- Added support for .bmp, .svg, and .webp images
- Added support for relative URLs
- Improved popup loading speed by searching through fewer elements
- Added image width/height slider filters
- Added a one-time reset of all settings due to some people having sizing issues
- Added the ability to save downloaded files to a subfolder
- Clicking on an image URL textbox will now automatically select the text so users can copy it
- Fixed a few minor display issues
- Added settings for several columns, removed border style setting
- Images used in a style tag will also be included at the end of the list—only images from inline style attributes of elements used to be included.
- Several bug fixes and optimizations
- Changed the URL above the image to be displayed in a read-only textbox
- Moved the image checkboxes to the top and added open & download buttons below each
- Initially disabled the "Download" button and "All" checkbox
- Introduced a few new options to hide filters, buttons, and notification
- Removed the body width option; the width of the popup now resizes to the maximum image width option
- Streamlined the design
- Fixed saving of minimum and maximum image width
- Added the URL above the image itself and an option to toggle it
- Added wildcard filter mode (alongside normal and regex)
- The state of the selected filters will now be saved
- Moved the "Sort by URL" option back to the filters
- Added a "Clear Data" button to the options page
- Refactored a lot of code, especially the use of local storage