atPeek
atPeek 1.3.1
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Explore and display resources found in iPhone applications.   Shareware ($4.99)
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atPeek is a developer tool designed to explore and display resources found in iPhone applications. Its simple and intuitive interface allows to effortlessly examine normally unaccessible application details. atPeek can export individual assets or entire folders and its unique feature is its ability to decode both crushed iPhone PNG images and PVR textures back into standard PNGs.

atPeek takes advantage of Mac OS X QuickLook plugin framework to display fully functional previews of assets. Its flexible architecture allows developers to extend the core functionality by creating
What's New
Version 1.3.1:
  • Look for the folder with ipa files if not found in expected default locations
  • Reset asset filter when switching to new app to avoid confusion
  • Make sure to always sync preview
Requirements
Intel, OS X 10.6 or later



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Drdul reviewed on 21 Mar 2011
I stumbled across atPeek while looking for a way to uncrush iPhone PNGs. I tried it, and bought it immediately. at peek successfully uncrushed a couple of PNG images that other apps and utilities choked on. I consider it worth the $5 for that alone.

But what makes atPeek a screaming deal is the rest of the app. It automatically loads all the apps in my iTunes library, saving me having to navigate to the folder I want in the Finder. It previews everything, with dimensions of images and other useful information. atPeek is a super-easy way to hack around inside iPhone apps.
[Version 1.3]

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Drdul replied on 29 Nov 2012
Well, that was fun while it lasted. atPeek now crashes repeatedly or hangs on "processing" when launched. I don't know if it's OS X 10.8 or iOS 6 that's the problem, but either way the app is now unusable.
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Francois Martineau commented on 16 Oct 2009
Why pay for that when anyone can do it without additional tools ?
[Version 1.2]

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Atpurpose Technologies (developer) replied on 16 Oct 2009
hi,

The most obvious answer would be that time is a very valuable resource, and spending $5 on atPeek, which organizes apps, and their assets, will save you the time you otherwise have to spent using currently available free tools, especially when it comes to uncrushing iPhone Png images and Pvr textures. You can recover the crushed Png and Pvr textures for an entire app with just one click.
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Francois Martineau replied on 19 Oct 2009
I agree with you that every work should be paid. I was only saying that there are better things to develop than an equivalent of something Automator itself can do...
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Atpurpose Technologies (developer) replied on 19 Oct 2009
Really?

Can you show me how Automator can uncrush iPhone PNG image, something that atPeek does?

Or how can Automator decode compressed PVR texture, something that atPeek does as well?

I think you missed the point of atPeek.
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Downloads:1,765
Version Downloads:604
Type:Development : Editors
License:Shareware
Date:21 Nov 2010
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $4.99
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atPeek is a developer tool designed to explore and display resources found in iPhone applications. Its simple and intuitive interface allows to effortlessly examine normally unaccessible application details. atPeek can export individual assets or entire folders and its unique feature is its ability to decode both crushed iPhone PNG images and PVR textures back into standard PNGs.

atPeek takes advantage of Mac OS X QuickLook plugin framework to display fully functional previews of assets. Its flexible architecture allows developers to extend the core functionality by creating and installing custom QuickLook plugins.

Additionally, atPeek serves as an excellent quality control tool. Easily check for duplicate assets at-a-glance, or any other sensitive files which were mistakenly included in iPhone builds. atPeek features an iTunes-like user interface that is simple, yet readily functional and easy to use.

Feature Highlights:
  • Takes advantage of QuickLook
  • Export individual assets or entire folders for later viewing
  • Serves as an excellent Quality Control tool


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