One click slideshow from any page with image links including: Google Images, Flickr, Wikipedia and a save all feature!
Ever got to web page with a thumbnailed image gallery and wanted to view all of the pictures? Like me, you probably had to click each thumbnail, then click on Back, then click on the next thumbnail and so on... No more! With iSlide you get to watch all the large images with one click! Just click the iSlide icon in the Chrome Extensions toolbar and a slideshow based on the currently selected tab will open in a new tab!
* Any page with image links
* Pages with links to image container pages (like Wikipedia for example).
* Ability to recognize images that are not linked as images.
* Google Images
* Incognito support(*).
* Saving all the images to disk.
* Hotkeys (checkout the options page for the full details)
* 2 viewing modes
* Customization via an options page
(*) In order to use iSlide in incognito mode you need to allow it to do so on the Extemsions management page.
* Option to add padding around image.
I am always striving to improve iSlide especially in terms of compatibility. My goal is for the generic algorithm to manage as many sites as possible. If you have a feature request or you've found any pages that don’t work properly or any other bug, please comment below or email them to:
* I find that toggling full screen with F11 combines great with iSlide. Try it!
Latest updates: (See options page for more details)
Version 3.0.0 - July 27, 2013
*Changed: Upgraded to manifest version 2 to comply with the new Google standards.
*Added: More robust security due to the move to manifest 2.
*Added: AGA slideshows now start almost as fast as normal slideshows for many sites.(Flickr for example)
*Fixed: Slideshow getting stuck on loading screen and not starting bug.
*Fixed: Play functionality of slideshow does not work when autostart is disabled bug.
*Fixed: Badge of slideshow tab getting incorrectly updated bug.
*Fixed: Other small fixes mostly related to improving loading and slideshow smoothness.
*Discontinued: Facebook support. We have decided to move away from trying to support specific sites that break often and require constant updates. Instead, we are focusing on improving the generic algorithms.