GCstar Viewer is an Android applications to view your collections on a smart phone.
It can be downloaded from the Android Market. This link will directly show it if used from an Android device:
To use it, you need to copy your collections (.gcs files) with a folder containing the pictures to the SD card of your phone. The constraint is that you should use relatives paths. It’s also possible to put everything in one single zipped file. Its name should end with ‘.gcz’.
Version 1.6.0 of GCstar contains an export plugin that will do the job for you, whatever the settings are. Here is an example of how to do that from command line.
gcstar -x -e External --exportprefs "zip=>1" -o /mnt/sdcard/collection.gcz ~/doc/collection.gcs
This will directly copy on the SD card (supposing it is mounted on /mnt/sdcard) the collection ~/doc/collection.gcs. No other operation is required than this command to be able to read the collection with GCstar Viewer.
Here is a collection of video games.
And what you are getting when clicking on one element with different kind of collections.
There is a menu displayed when pressing the Menu key on your phone while viewing a collection.
“My collections” works as in GCstar. It stores references to your favorite collections for quick access (like bookmarks).
When you choose Open, GCstar Viewer will scan the whole SD card to find .gcs files.
The Filter feature lets you search for a given text in items list.