Developer: Ironic Software, Ltd.

Current Version: 2.8.3

Last Updated: 6 days ago

Download Size: 1.7 MB - Download


“Where did I just save that file to?” is no longer a problem. Tag files, keep a handy floating dock of things you need.

It also allows you to instantly find anything you download, open, or save, even if you can't remember the name.
There is also a cooler area - a dock for your files - where you can store references to files that you are currently using.

-Instantly access the files that you are working on.
-Downloads from the web show up without having to remember the file name.
-Usually access it with a configurable keyboard shortcut.
-Built for macOS Sierra. Runs back to 10.8.
-Works with full screen apps - grab that file without ever leaving full screen mode.
-Shows recent files, favourites (like a dock), spotlight search, or just navigate to any file directly.
-Shows all recently changed files automatically.
-Rename or trash files.
-Preferences for many options.
-Runs as small icon in menu bar.
-Large easy to use UI hides itself when you drag files out.


Release Notes:

bug fixes.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 2.5.3
Review by zxspectrum

Design!? - The old version(1.2.3) had such a great design! Why would you want to destroy it with these old fashioned drop menus and huge permanent text messages on a transparent layout! Also, Spotlight and The Cooler should be optional! And this functions would be a welcome addition: 1. Drag & Drop (+spring loaded) to the cooler. 2. The ability to add rows Thank

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
Version 2.0.1
Review by Furd

What Happened? - The last version of this application that I used was helpful, useful and intuitive. This version's user interface is completely messed up; no visible "Fresh" tab at all. Very erratic performance; a real disappointment from what this used to be. No indication that the app is running (no "spotlight" if in the menu bar); an icon added to the top menu is just ridiculous. Very poor design decisions; too bad.

Found helpful by 13 out of 14 people