Gold Mountain Software | Phoenix Slides

Phoenix Slides is a fast full-screen slideshow program/image browser, for flipping through folders or disks full of images. Phoenix Slides also does lossless JPEG transformations and can display EXIF data. It runs on Mac OS X 10.9 or later.

Version 1.4.5 released 2019 November 13
Download Phoenix Slides 1.4.5 (467 KB) - or download on github

For OS X 10.3-10.8, download version 1.3.1 (870 KB)

FAQ: Does Phoenix Slides run on macOS 10.15 (Catalina)? A: Yes!

Phoenix Slides
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Source code - now available on github!

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What's New

Version 1.4.5 - 2019 November 13


Phoenix Slides is free! If you feel you have benefited from this software and feel inclined to make a donation, here is a button:

You are also welcome to contact me for whatever reason, of course.


See what others have to say about Phoenix Slides!

"Phoenix Slides is blazingly fast. With my 1000+ photos, iPhoto smoulders along, but the phoenix burns right though them." --Eugene Liu

Phoenix shows the directory structure perfectly, and having them display full screen one by one or as manual or timed slide shows is just perfect. The ability to play a slide show including subdirectories is just brilliant. Well done, and thank you for a very professional piece of software. --ChrisG_UK, versiontracker

Exactly what I was looking for! A way to browse my photos without importing to iPhoto. I can also scroll through folders in full screen using the mouse buttons. Well done! --steve, versiontracker


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Copyright 2005-2019 by Dominic Yu. This software is free and open source. You are free to use it for non-commercial purposes. Derivative works must give proper credit to me and be shared under the same license, unless I give written permission stating otherwise.

Gold Mountain Software | by Dominic Yu | last modified 2019 November 13