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Kodi 14.1 Download For Mac on this page. I might add that as a sucker for image editing software I've over the years installed Acorn, Pixelmator, GraphicConverter, Photoshop Elements and a number of MacPhun and JixiPix apps, none of which *on their own* (IMHO) could match the versatility and dexterity of Irfanview. I found myself going from app to app, depending on the effect I wished to produce.
Which is not to say that they're duds in what they claim to accomplish, it's just the way it is. If Irfanview is still a must-have app for you, and if your OS of choice is OS X, it's either BootCamp, Crossover, Parallels Desktop or an equivalent you'll need. Oh yeah; you'll also have to have a legit copy of Windows or a license code unless you take the Crossover route (»). One of the best features that IrfanView has is that you can get into any folder of images and then use the arrow buttons to click forward/back inside that folder to view the images quickly. You can start on any image and go forward/backwards one image at a time in the folder in one click. I've not been able to find equivalent functionality in Preview.