Have you ever been in a situation, when you can’t find your project on a disk, but you need it so badly? Or you forgot how it had been named? Or which folder had it been placed? Or when you made it?
I have. Billion times:)
Sometimes I even implement a prototype twice, because I forget that I already have it.
So I decided to fix it.
Using metadata it finds all your Xcode Projects, Xcode Workspaces, Swift Playgrounds and Swift Packages in seconds. And even more.
- Group By Kind
All the projects are grouped by kinds, so If you know, that you are looking for some newly built XCFramework, or, for example, Apple Watch extension, it’s easier than ever to find it by selecting the group.
XCOrganizer easily sorts all the items for you. Check it out.
- Personal Tags
Any Xcode Project (as well as workspace, playground and Swift package) could be easily marked with predefined tags like (Work, Home or Opensource) and even more, you can create your own tags to keep everything sorted. You can also assign the whole folder to the specific tag.
- Quick Search
Have doubts about the naming? “CoolProj” or “CoolProject”? All items are indexed, so no matter, just type it and get your results.
The easiest way to keep something shorthand is to bookmark it. Add your project to favorites.
- Menu application
Want some shortcut? You have quick access to your favorite items in status bar application.
- QuickLook Extension
Preview your project's details right from QuickLook or Spotlight.
Xcode, QuickLook, Spotlight are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
* "Open In Xcode" now opens projects with currently running Xcode.
* Race condition on data syncrhonization has been fixed.
* Minor stability fixes.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Crucial dev app
It's saved me so much time finding old projects where I did a thing I can't quite remember how to do. Great for both referencing old projects and being able to continue old projects that might have gotten lost in your drive!
Great Little Utility
Could you do this from Finder? Probably.
One killer feature though, that Finder will probably never do, is that it allows you to see projects that have an app icon AS THE APP ICON rather than the generic Xcode project icon. Hands down, this is the reason I downloaded and use this app.
A Nice Way to Keep Organized
If you have a lot of Xcode projects, this app does a good job in making sure that you can easily access them in one place. The interface is simple and easy to use. And for free, who can complain? 🤷♂️
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.