Mirage is a simple, free, and open source image viewer that lets you open images quickly, zoom in and out, and do simple editing.
The first thing that stands out in Mirage is that it has a minimalistic interface which only shows the options necessary to be able to enjoy the photos and if the user wants, to zoom into a specific area of a photo.
Among its editing options, you can resize the image, balance the saturation, rotate the image, or crop it.
In addition, Mirage also lets you create presentations with the images of your choice.
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