File Extension Library

.GRY File Extension

  • Category: Raster Image Files
  • Format: Binary

What is an .GRY file?

.GRY file extension has been classified as Raster Image Files. The format of .GRY file is Binary

.GRY is Grayscale Image

Raw image file that can be viewed with both XnView and Newera Graphics Converter Pro graphics programs; stores an image that includes only shades of grey; rarely used or seen anymore.

List of all softwares that can open the Grayscale Image
Newera Graphics Converter Pro

How to Open .GRY file on different platforms

Open .GRY File on Windows

  • Right-click a .GRY
  • Left-click "Open With" > "Choose another app"
  • Select the program that opens .GRY file and Select check box "Always use this app to open .GRY files" Press "Ok"

Open .GRY File on Mac

  • Right-click (or Ctrl + Left-click) the .GRY file
  • Click "Open With" > "Other.."
  • Then choose another program from the app list and press "Open"
  • Select check box "Turn on" for "Always open in app"

Open .GRY File on Linux

Right click on the .GRY file, choose "Open with" and select a program from the list above

Open .GRY File on iPhone

Select a file. If you don't see an application to open the .GRY file, tap "Share" and choose the right app.
Method 2
Save the file. Then open the app «Files». Touch and hold the file, then release your finger. You will see a black menu bar. After that tap "Share" and select an application.

Open .GRY File on Android

Tap the Settings icon on an Android smartphone, then select «Applications». Click the Settings icon in the upper right corner of the screen, to change the default apps.
If you want to open, edit, save or even convert .GRY files on Android, then your best bet is to download one of the dedicated apps available on Google Play.

How to fix problems with .GRY files

  1. You need to update the application that you normally use to open .GRY files. Only the latest version of the software supports the current .GRY file format
  2. You need to check the .GRY file for viruses. To do this, you need to scan it with a popular antivirus (Norton, Nod32, Kaspersky, Dr.Web, etc.)