Developer: wegenerlabs

Current Version: 3.2

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 76.6 MB - Download


Ordinatore can change your files' and folders' icons and thus make your desktop, documents or any other kind of folder on your Mac look nicer! Have a look at the screenshots to see how your Finder could look like - better organized and unique!

//Ordinatore Pro
Note that by default, some templates will not be available. By upgrading to Ordinatore Pro (via In-App purchase) more than a hundred more templates will be added and all ads will be removed.

//Custom Icons
You can easily drag an image of any kind (JPG, PNG, ICNS, ...) on the app and select a file or a folder to change its icon to your personal icon.


Release Notes:

• Bugfixes


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 3.1
Review by Kare100

So Far So Good - Just downloaded and so far it's working as it's supposed to. I can customize my folders or personalize them with my own pictures. It's great.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
Version 3.2
Review by rkmark

So, how does it work? - Not a clue as to how to use this application!

Found helpful by 8 out of 9 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 3.2
Review by colorado rt

Messed up - Original app was quirky and hard to figure out. Updated, and quirky went to impossible. I like the idea that I can use my photos on folders, if the app only did what it said it would.

Found helpful by 5 out of 5 people
Version 3.2
Review by SuperMomBomb

glitchy - This app(I have the pro) almost worked, BUT I could not change all my icons and although it worked on some of my icons, I couldn’t change the image after picking one. Changes for folder icons appear almost immediately in the “finder” window, but not all desktop icons reflect the same change. Cool idea guys, work the bugs out

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
Version 3.2
Review by bigsisterkitty

Tricky to get the hang of, but PERFECT! - I downloaded this on 16 August 2012 to make distinctive (o.k., I mean “cute”) folders for my files since Apple seems dead set on not bringing back the option to colour code the file folder iconrather than just the text the name of it is written in on the Desktop, etc. It took SEVERAL tries to get this to work. BUT, once I figured it out, it is a BREEZE to command-Shift-4 the image I want into a .png, and then use this program to turn that .png into I-don’t-know-what, but it most be a hidden .icns file because I can then copy it and — taking the “subject”/“target” folder, open its “Properties”, click on its folder icon — and paste my new pretty folder (or, e.g., cartoon character icon) in. And now I have my created icon as the file folder icon for my file folder (or shortcut or whatever)! There may be a much simpler way to directly move the folder from the window in this program right to your desktop to use it, but that I could not figure out. However, I am thrilled to bits to be able to copy/paste the icon in. The ONLY complaint I have is that sometimes my icons turn out smaller than I would like, and I have to go back and enlarge my .png file (either re-do the screen cap on a higher magnification or use photo editing to make it bigger), and create another new folder icon. It would be nice if you could re-size a created icon within the window of the program … but maybe you can and it’s just that I haven’t figured that one out either, lol! Regardless, if you just want to replace the boring old folders with coloured folders or pictures, this is THE program for you! Just be patient until you get the knack of it! :)

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people