How to Bulk Download Images in Your Browser

Would you like to download multiple images simultaneously? Instead of performing individual downloads, you can choose the more efficient option of downloading them in bulk. Below, we provide a step-by-step guide on how to achieve this using your web browser.


Image Extractor Web App

Numerous individuals opt to download website images for various purposes, such as using them as desktop backgrounds or creating slideshow screensavers. To facilitate this process, major web browsers like Chrome, Firefox, and Edge offer “Save image” context menu options, allowing users to download images individually.

To enhance the user experience, it would be more advantageous to enable the simultaneous download of multiple images. This functionality can be achieved through the utilization of browser extensions like Image Downloader, Imageye, and ImageAssistant, which empower users to bulk download images. The following section outlines the procedure for bulk downloading images using these browser add-ons.

How to Bulk Download Images With Image Downloader

Image Downloader is a browser extension compatible with Chrome, Edge, Opera, and Vivaldi, among other Chromium-based browsers. It offers a user-friendly interface and allows the convenient bulk download of web images. To install this extension, access the provided Image Downloader links, which will direct you to the respective installation pages based on your browser.

After a successful installation, you can put Image Downloader to the test by performing a Google search. Enter your desired search phrase and press Enter to retrieve relevant images. Click on the “Images” tab in the Google search engine to view the pictures corresponding to your keyword.

To initiate the image downloading process, locate the Image Downloader icon on your browser’s toolbar or within its Extensions menu. In browsers like Chrome, you may need to click on the Extensions jigsaw piece button first to view the installed extensions. If necessary, select “Image Downloader” from the Extensions menu to access and utilize this add-on effectively.

Image Downloader

Upon opening the Image Downloader extension, it will perform a webpage analysis and present thumbnails representing all the images on the page. To select specific images for downloading, simply click on the corresponding pictures.

Image Downloader

Within the extension, you have the option to filter the displayed images by adjusting the sliders on the Width and Height bars. By dragging these sliders to the right, you can exclude smaller pictures from the display. As a result, the add-on will show a reduced number of images, catering to your desired size preferences. This filtering feature enables you to focus on images that meet specific width and height criteria, enhancing the efficiency and relevance of your image selection process.

In addition to its primary functionality, the Image Downloader extension proves to be particularly useful for downloading YouTube video thumbnail images. To utilize this feature, begin by opening the YouTube homepage in your web browser. Once on the YouTube page, access the Image Downloader add-on.

Within the Image Downloader interface, you can proceed to select and download video thumbnails in bulk directly from the YouTube page. This capability empowers users to easily obtain multiple video thumbnail images from YouTube videos, providing a convenient solution for various creative or informational purposes. Whether for personal use or other projects, this feature expands the extension’s utility beyond regular web image downloads.

Download: Image Downloader for Google Chrome – Opera – Microsoft Edge – Vivaldi

How to Bulk Download Images With Imageeye

Imageye, similar to Image Downloader, is widely accessible for Chromium-based browsers. However, you can also install this extension for Firefox. To add Imageye to your browser, you can visit the Imageye download pages provided in the links below.

Once you have successfully installed Imageye, navigate to a webpage containing the images you wish to download. To activate Imageye, simply open the add-on from either your browser’s URL toolbar or the Extensions menu. Upon activation, Imageye will perform an analysis of the page and display thumbnails representing all the available pictures, much like the functionality of Image Downloader.


To select specific images for downloading, click on the desired thumbnails within the Imageye interface. After making your selections, press the “Download X images” button, where “X” represents the number of images you have chosen. Subsequently, wait for the files to download, and when the process is complete, you can click “Close” to finalize the image downloading session. Notably, Imageye offers additional filtering options, enhancing your control over the image selection process and making it a versatile extension for efficient bulk image downloads.

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Imageye offers a comprehensive set of filtering options, including Size, Type, Layout, and URL filters, which allow users to refine their image selection. For instance, to narrow down images based on their dimensions, you can click on the “Size” filter and choose from options like Small, Medium, or Large.

For those seeking images of specific file formats, the “Type” filter comes in handy. By clicking on the “Type” filter, you can select filter options such as JPG or PNG, ensuring that only images of the desired format will be included in the results.

Moreover, if you have preferences regarding the image layout, you can use the “Layout” filter. By clicking on the “Layout” option, you can choose between “Square” or “Rectangle” filter options, allowing you to focus on images that match your preferred aspect ratio.

With these filtering capabilities, Imageye provides users with greater control and precision in their image selection process, making it a powerful tool for efficiently collecting specific images that meet their exact criteria.


In addition to its various filtering options, Imageye provides the flexibility to switch between bigger and smaller image thumbnail previews within the extension. To access this feature, follow these steps:

  1. Click on the “Settings” button, usually represented by a cog icon, within the Imageye extension interface.
  2. Within the Settings menu, locate the option “Display images in two columns” and deselect it. This action will switch to an expanded thumbnail view, showcasing larger images for a more detailed preview.
  3. After making the desired selection, click on “Save” to apply the changes.

By enabling this setting, users can enjoy a more immersive and detailed view of the available images, which can be particularly useful when assessing image quality or choosing specific pictures for downloading.

Download: Imageye for Google Chrome – Mozilla Firefox – Microsoft Edge – Opera – Vivaldi

How to Bulk Download Images With ImageAssistant

The ImageAssistant extension is another powerful tool that facilitates bulk image downloading on various browsers, including Google Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Opera, and Vivaldi, among others. What sets this extension apart is the inclusion of an image editor, allowing users to add watermarks to pictures both before downloading them and to images already stored on their PCs.


To install the ImageAssistant extension, you can access the browser store pages provided in the links below and select the “Add” or “Get” options, depending on the browser you are using.

To begin downloading pictures, follow these steps:

  1. Open a webpage that contains the images you wish to download.
  2. Click on the ImageAssistant icon located on the Extensions menu or toolbar of your browser.
  3. From the menu that appears, select the “Extract Current Page” option.
  4. A separate tab will open, displaying thumbnails representing all the images found on the page.

With this intuitive interface, users can easily view and choose the images they want to download. Moreover, the added functionality of the image editor allows users to apply watermarks to the images before downloading them, giving an extra layer of customization and protection to the downloaded pictures or even images stored locally on their computers.


To initiate image selection using the ImageAssistant extension, follow these steps:

  1. On the right side of the extension interface, click the “Select” button. This action will enable you to start choosing the images you wish to download.
  2. Once image selection is enabled, click on each image you want to download to select them. You can click on multiple images to choose them simultaneously.
  3. After making your selections, locate and click the “Download Selected” button. This will prompt the downloading process for the chosen images.
  4. A confirmation prompt may appear; click “Continue” to proceed with the downloading of the selected images.

By following these steps, you can efficiently and conveniently download the images you have chosen using the ImageAssistant extension. The ability to selectively download images enhances the extension’s utility, especially when dealing with multiple images on a webpage.

In the ImageAssistant extension, you have the option to filter images based on their format and size. To apply these filters, follow the steps below:

  1. Format Filtering:
    • Click on the selected formats (JPEG, PNG, SVG, and WEBP) to exclude them from the image selection. By clicking on a format, it will be deselected, and images of that specific format will not be included in the selection.
  2. Size Filtering:
    • The extension provides size boxes with specified resolutions. By selecting one of these size options, the extension will include only images that are bigger than the resolution specified in the chosen size box. Any images smaller than the selected resolution will be excluded from the selection.
ImageAssistant watermark

To utilize the watermark feature in the ImageAssistant extension, follow these steps:

  1. Right-click on one of the image thumbnails you wish to watermark within the ImageAssistant interface.
  2. From the context menu that appears, select the option “Send To Image Editor.” This action will open a new tab dedicated to the image editor functionality.
  3. In the image editor tab, you can now set a watermark for the right-clicked picture. If you prefer to add a custom watermark to your photos, click on the “Choose file” button. This will prompt you to select an image from your computer’s hard drive to be used as the watermark.
  4. Once you have selected the desired image for the watermark, click “OK” to confirm your choice.

Download: ImageAssistant for Google Chrome – Microsoft Edge – Mozilla Firefox – Opera – Vivaldi

How to Bulk Download Images With the Image Extractor Web App

Image Extractor is a web application that allows you to conveniently bulk download images from any browser. The app is freely available for use, but there is an option to sign up for an account, which grants benefits such as ad removal and priority support. However, it appears that the number of noticeable ads within the app is minimal, making the premium option less compelling.

To utilize Image Extractor for downloading images, follow these steps:

  1. Open the Image Extractor page in your web browser to access the web app.
  2. Inside the Enter URL box on the Image Extractor page, input the full web address (URL) of the webpage from which you want to download images.
  3. After entering the URL, click on the “Extract” button. This action will initiate the process of extracting and downloading the images from the specified webpage.
Image Extractor Web App

Now, when you enter the URL, you’ll be presented with a set of thumbnail images. To download the images you want, simply click on their respective thumbnails. After that, just scroll down the page in the app and hit the “Download selected” button.

All the images you picked will be bundled together in a ZIP archive. If you ever need to view the images, you can easily do so by double-clicking the ZIP file. Alternatively, if you’re on a Windows system, you can extract the ZIP files using File Explorer’s extraction tool.