Developer: Socialbit GmbH

Current Version: 1.0

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 170.6 KB - Download


Sometimes you need a plist just containing some file names to use it in software you are working on.

plistDropper helps you to easily create those plists.

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Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.0
Review by Coleision

Great idea, but not very useful - Enhancement suggestions (and I would totally pay for this app). - Ability to add an entire folder and have it show the path to the (i.e. Images/graphic01.png) - Ability to set the naming convention instead of list item. so you could change it to item01 or 01 or A01 etc - Ability to create dictionary with sub items

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 1.0
Review by cooljeanius

Not really necessary for me - I'm perfectly comfortable using the plist editor that comes with Xcode so I haven't really found a way to use this application in a way that's better than just using Xcode's plist editor. Although maybe that's just me.

Found helpful by 2 out of 5 people
Version 1.0
Review by esclyme

Super Simple - This does one thing and it does it really well.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people
Version 1.0
Review by kduvall

Not bad … - It's definitely a niche app, but for what it does, it does it pretty well. A few suggestions though: 1 - It would be nice to have an option to include the full path to each file, instead of just the file name with no path. 2 - It would also be nice to be able to continue to add files to the list after the initial add. As it is, you have to select all the files you want listed and drag them all at once. After that, the next file(s) you drag in clear the current list and start a new one. It would be much easier to add files that reside in different paths to the list if it didn't clear and start over every time you drag in a file. 3 - Maybe also the ability to browse and search for files VIA an "Open" menu item, and/or the ability to drop files onto the dock icon. 4 - Change it so you can drop files ANYWHERE inside the app, instead of just one small box 0.91in by 0.60in (2.31cm x 1.53cm) wide in the upper-right corner of the app. Take care of these suggestions — especially the ways in which users add files as that's the most cumbersome part -- and it's a "fiver".

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people