Here’s a list, sorted by category, of some examples of freeware programs for Macintosh computers.
— Xee is a small-yet-powerful image viewer with a sleek interface and low memory usage.
— XnView enables viewing and converting and can be used for slideshow viewing. The utility supports over 400 graphic formats and can create 52 formats.
— GIMP is a free and very powerful image editor built on the X11 environment, which is a special interface to use Microsoft-style window functionality. GIMP is flexible and very useful but its features require some time and focus to learn.
— Scribus is an open-source editor for images and page layouts. It also has CMYK abilities.
— JAlbum allows a user to create image and photo galleries as well as video files, and it can create HTML pages to publish photos.
— Google SketchUp is a powerful 3D design tool that is easy to learn and use.
— FotoFlexer features photo effects, shapes, seam carving and other abilities.