Picture Namer 1.5

Free Offers you a fast and efficient way to sort the images within a selected folder.
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Picture Namer is an easy-to-use program that helps you categorize all pictures within a selected folder by numbering the photos with similar names while maintaining the original order of the taken snapshots. Now on, you will easily locate any picture with just a few clicks and save plenty of time and effort.

This handy application comes with a simple and intuitive interface, designed for both beginners and professionals. All you will have to do in order to use this efficient tool is to drag-and-drop or simply select the folder containing the files you wish to rename, adjust the program's settings according to your needs and opt for the Batch Rename procedure. In just a few moments, you will have access to the resulted files and you can start sharing the pictures or creating photo albums.
You can set the tool to preserve the original picture order, add numbers or other symbols to all picture names and auto number images with the same name to help you localize photos easier.

Additionally, you will have access to a built-in image viewer where you can check the photos from the selected folder.

To sum it all up, Picture Namer is a handy piece of software that offers you a fast and efficient way to sort the images within a selected folder.

AG Senior editor
Ashley Griggs
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Review summary


  • User-friendly interface
  • Supports drag-and-drop action
  • Option to preserve the picture order
  • Comes with a built-in image viewer


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