Lightweight and easy to use
The application comes equipped with little features, packed in a simple interface. It's pretty straightforward, with a preview section displaying the end result while two smaller ones are home to source images.
In more technical terms, it takes roughly about 3 Mb of space on your hard disk drive, with a barely noticeable amount of system resources used.
Four types of comparison methods
Unfortunately, the only way to import pictures to put them under the scope is through the dedicated menu, with no possibility to simply drag desired items over the main window. You are able to add some of the most commonly used formats, but only export as TIFF.
The application lets you choose from four methods used to compare the provided pictures. An option enables an overlay effect to better display either as monochrome, x-ray, thermal or even predator. This gives you a clear view of the differences, but there is no zoom option, with the only possibility to enlarge the preview section is by dragging the borders of the application.
Taking everything into consideration, we can say that ImageDiff does its job fast and flawlessly. It feels a little rough around the edges, but the overall simplistic design gets you up and running in no time. Moreover, four detection methods assure you even the smallest differences are displayed.
Reviewed by Mircea Dragomir on June 17th, 2014
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Application descriptionIf you have ever wanted to know the differences between two images, imageDiff is the answer. There are a lot of tools ...