I’ve said it many times, I’ll say it again: one of the reasons Android enthusiasts are so enthusiastic about Android is because of the way they can radically customize their user experience. You can change your keyboard, your launcher, music app and in today’s case your Gallery app.

QuickPic is one of the most popular Gallery alternatives for Android. While Gallery is a very good-looking app, it doesn’t have a strong feature-set. You can’t include/exclude folders for scanning, hide folders, watch animated GIFs to name a few things.

We’ve talked about QuickPic before, but we’re covering it properly today since it has received a major upgrade. Check it out after the jump!

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Now at version 2.0, QuickPic comes with an all new Ice Cream Sandwich-ready UI, hierarchical folders and Apps2SD (for those of you who have low internal storage)

From Android Market:

1. Re-add the gallery list mode, please click the "Gallery" button to select the browse mode!
2. New clean UI like Android 4.0(ICS), lots of UI optimizations
3. Add explorer mode, support hierarchical folders
4. Bigger square thumbnails without border
5. Fix some minor bugs
6. App2SD for Android 2.2+

We’ve tested the app on a Samsung Galaxy S II on Android 2.3 Gingerbread and can confirm that it works as advertised. QuickPic is the strongest Gallery app alternative available today, and for good reason: it offers so many customization options that one can get lost in the settings menu. And it does this without sacrificing performance. We highly recommend QuickPic to anyone and everyone with an Android device!

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QuickPic is a free app and it can be downloaded from the link embedded below:

Download QuickPic [Market Link]

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