If you follow a few Tumblr blogs that post pictures, for instance The Art of Wallpapers, the photo blog If You Leave, or one of the thousands of adult blogs you find on Tumblr, you know that you can download select images posted on those blogs to your PC with a right-click.
There is however no option to download them all, which, when it comes to wallpapers for instance, may make sense as it will save you lots of manual work to do so.
It is safe to say that trusted programs, such as the excellent Bulk Image Downloader or browser extensions such as Down them All should work on Tumblr as well so that you can theoretically use them to download images from blogs you are interested in.
A program like TumblOne on the other hand has been specifically designed to work on Tumblr making it the ideal tool for the job. All you have to do is add a Tumblr blog address to the application to download all images that have been posted on it to your local computer system.
That's it, pretty easy huh? The images are automatically stored in a folder in the program's directory named after the blog.
There is not much to it besides that. You can hit the show files button to open the folder of the selected blog in Windows Explorer, and pause, stop and resume downloads.
The program lacks an options menu and thus preferences. Options to change the default save directory, bandwidth or download limits and other settings are missing.
If you download Tumblr images already using a different method you may want to check the program out to see if it improves that process for you. It is a handy tool for any Internet user downloading from Tumblr regularly or occasionally.
The program could use a preferences page with options to improve the program's overall usability.
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