Geeqie is a free and open source image viewer and image organizer for Linux, BSD, MacOS and Solaris. It is a fork of another popular image viewer GQview. You can view all image metadata and Exif/IPTC/XMP data from image. It also supports colour histograms and image tags, keywords and comments options. Some other useful features are OpenStreetMap map for GPS coordinates in image, Zoom, Thumbnails, caching, File grouping, Drag and drop, Collections, image rating, build-in duplicate finder.
You can also remotely control Geeqie from external software and apply colour profile embedded in an image. It also comes with search, basic image editing, stereoscopic images support and more.
Install Geeqie on Ubuntu
If you don’t have flatpak, then install it via the below link. And after the installation restart your system.
Now install Geeqie image viewer on your Ubuntu system using below command in your terminal application. Open terminal (ctrl+alt+t) and run
flatpak install flathub org.geeqie.Geeqie
It will install the latest version of Geeqie image viewer on Ubuntu. After the installation run below code to start Geeqie .
flatpak run org.geeqie.Geeqie