This is an alpha version of InstantGallery 2 – that means it’s not feature complete and contains bugs known and unknown, some of which may causes crashes or data loss. You use it at your own risk and I strongly recommend making sure you have up-to-date backups in place before using this software.
This alpha expires on the December 31 2014.
Galleries are placed inside an InstantGallery folder inside Pictures in your home directory.
Not yet, but possibly in future versions.
For practical reasons InstantGallery saves changes as you make them. If you want to experiment, duplicate an existing gallery first.
No – InstantGallery 2 produces galleries using a totally different mechanism making support difficult.
No, this feature was originally planned for InstantGallery 2 but had to be dropped in order to get the product finished in a timely manner. For now you need to use a 3rd party tool such as Transmit or your web provider’s uploader to get your files online.
InstantGallery 2 licenses will be available soon from our web store. If you’ve bought InstantGallery 1 since January 1 2013 you can get a free upgrade. We had originally planned to make InstantGallery 2 a free upgrade for all existing customers but sadly it’s not financially viable for us to offer this any longer.
The release version of 2.0 will be available on the Mac App Store. Alpha and beta versions will not be. As always we really appreciate if you buy directly as it let’s us get you updates more quickly and we don’t lose 20%+ of each sale to Apple.