How many times have you tried to download an image from a web page and have you verified that you cannot download the image from the web page? Sometimes this it is due to the browser we are using (Safari is one of the worst in this regard), but not always.
If you regularly look for images from the internet to document your articles or work, we have at our disposal the Cliche Easy Web Image Collector application, an application that allows us to download all images from any website in its original resolution, without having to access the page code or similar tricks when no option is shown through the right mouse button.
The Cicle application offers us a interface with three columns. The first one shows us our directory of web pages that we usually visit to download images. The second second column shows all the images that are available in the third and last column, the column where the web page from which we want to extract the images is loaded.
As we visit the different sections that a web page can have, the second column will show all images with their corresponding resolution so that it is easier for us to select the one that best suits our needs.
The application allows us automatically store all images found on the web pages we visit. But if we don't want the digital diogenes make yours on our computer, and we want to save only the ones that interest us, we just have to drag the image to the desktop of our computer.
Another of the functions that this application offers us is the possibility of making web screenshots we are visiting, screenshots that are automatically joined to show a single image. From the application itself, we can edit the images in any image editing application that we have installed on our computer.
To be able to use this application, our equipment must be managed by OS X 10.9 or later and a 64-bit processor. The usual price of this application is 5,49 euros, but for two months we can download it for free.The application is no longer available in the App Store