Developer: Grzegorz Staszczyk

Current Version: 4.2

Last Updated: 12 days ago

Download Size: 2.3 MB - Download


iCollections is an expertly designed application which helps you keep your desktop organized. The app's unique features are what make it the most popular method of desktop organization for Mac users.
iCollections lets you create areas on your desktop so you can sort and arrange your icons. This helps you keep related items together so your files (pictures, documents, screenshot, applications, etc.) are organized and easy to find. iCollections fully supports Retina display.

iCollections lets users see their images - even in slideshow form - right on their desktop. Each Collection and Photo Frame can be customized, including style and color, to suit the user’s preferences, offering a fun, personalized way for Mac users to make their desktop more of their own.

Select Photo Frame from the main menu to create a picture frame on the desktop. The Photo Frame will display a collection of your pictures as a slide show, eg. new picture every day. Just select your pictures folder or Photos© app album and revisit your most wonderful moments.

Display your favourite website right on the Desktop - Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, news, or any other of your choice.

Not only does iCollections offer a way to vibrantly store files and folders on the desktop, but it also offers a way to increase task and time management effectiveness by offering a streamlined desktop where everything is ultra-organized.


Release Notes:

Display content of a folder in its context menu
Show folders on top
Show hidden files and folders
Overwrite a file or folder by an alias is not allowed anymore


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 2.1
Review by dwoodwoo

Why no love for this app? - Closest thing to Fences on Windows I’ve seen. I found that app indispensable — this does basically the same for the Mac desktop, which is to say, it makes it USEFUL, no longer a messy clutter. In particular, THANK YOU for implementing variable sizing for each collection. Running on El Capitan — no crashes so far, cross fingers. Totally worth it.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people