TIFF has gained a reputation for its power and flexibility, but is considered complicated as well. TIFF attempts to be very extensible and provides many features that a programmer might need in a file format. Because TIFF is so extensible and has many capabilities beyond all other image file formats, this format is probably the most confusing one to understand and use. In order to get a more comprehensive grasp of all of its peculiarities and to determine how well it is supported by different image viewers and converters, fCoder Research lab compared several software programs and determined that ImageConverter Plus provided the most complete support of the TIFF format. Here you can view the full version of the research.