New version adds cleaning SwiftUI interface previews and macOS device support data!

If you want to reclaim tens of gigabytes of your storage used for various Xcode caches - this tool is for you!

Xcode could store tens of gigabytes in ~/Library/Developer folder. Most of those cached files & symbols are not reclaimed over time and could consume a large amount of your storage, which is especially important if you have relatively small SSD drive.

DevCleaner gives you an easy way to inspect auto-generated files and clean them if necessary. It could also remind you about scan after a while.

It includes command line tool that allows you to include cleaning in your scripts.

What’s New

Version 2.3.0

This update brings following improvements:

- Added support for cleaning SwiftUI previews
- Added support for cleaning macOS device support files (in case of using Apple Silicon Mac for iOS development)
- Slightly reorganized support buttons on main window
- Added feedback and report problem buttons in "Help" menu, to send directly with system info and logs
- Possible fix for asking for Developer folder access multiple times
- More reliable disk space left information on app window bar
- Some smaller fixes and improvements

More files will be available to clean in future version 3.0.0!

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
1.8K Ratings

1.8K Ratings

mikemee-x ,

What a superb utility for Xcode Developers!

This program is getting better and better with time. Recent versions prompt me every couple of months and invariably finds a few GB to remove (the app estimates 188GB all time!)

Many thanks to the excellent work and careful attention to detail. All developer tools should be this good.

(And of course all this functionality should already be in Xcode ... but that's a long list!)

pixbug ,

Derived Data killer!

Sure this could all be done manually, but the app organizes all the important info and reduces the entire effort to mere seconds of clicking.

More importantly, sometimes I need to get rid of Derived Data for a specific project, and this app makes it trivially simple.

I wish I had more reasons to run this app. Feels good to purge!

Atanvarno ,

Great helper

The only thing missing here is that usually you want to keep last one or two archives of the published apps and discard the rest. Ideally, there would be an option: "select all except latest version for each app"

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