The Smart way to Save All Images from any Web Page.
You only need 1.
Download All Images is helpful in a number of situations, but here are some common usage examples
Make backups of images to protect them against data loss or to move them to another storage.
Generate image-based data sets for machine learning or other types of research.
Store images that normally require network connection to make them available when you are offline.
Whether it's about a work project or your favorite celebrity, you can easily create a collection of images for personal use.
This Chrome extension downloads all images from a web page and packs them into a zip file. Easily download hundreds of images from Google Images™, Instagram, Bing image search, etc.
Navigate to the page where you want to save images then click the extension icon. Extension icon is located in the top right corner of browser, next to the address bar.
Download All Images extension will analyze the current browser page to identify images. It will then download them and package them into a single zip file.
After receiving the images, unzip the file and do whatever you want with the images.
Whether you are saving scenic photos, hottest memes, or animated GIFs, Download All Images has got you covered.
Common lossy compression format
Common lossless compression format
With soft or hard "g", you choose.
Fast, modern image format
Inline or remote vector images
Uncompressed raster images
Binary encoded images
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This extension requires read access to download images which are hosted across various different domains. Without this permissions all attempts to download images would fail. Contrary to what the description says, this extension does not change any data. However we cannot change the description because it is set by Google.
We publish extensions in the chrome web store because of the simplicity of their publishing platform. We have tried publishing add-ons for firefox and their manual review process was a deal breaker for us. We are open to supporting all other browsers depending on what type of publishing process they use.