InerziaIcon Lite
InerziaIcon Lite
3.7.0

3.0

InerziaIcon Lite free download for Mac

InerziaIcon Lite3.7.0

25 June 2020

Browse the icons on your hard drive.

Overview

InerziaIcon is the all-in-one answer for your icon-organization needs. It features an advanced user interface that can help you in sorting out, filtering, editing, and searching your icon collection. You can also create a new Retina-display-compatible icon directly from InerziaIcon.

Key features:

  • Organize your icons in collections, filter them, and keep your library organized with plenty of details.
  • Automatically organize icons with Smart Collections
  • Edit your icons with more than 25 Core Image filters
  • Keep your editing history with automatic backups. Restore to an older version even in different sessions.
  • Apply your icons to folders, documents, applications, and volumes.
  • Export as image with desired size or as ICNS.
  • Manage, edit, and convert ICO documents.
  • Create Retina-display compliant icons with existing PNG images.
  • Many more to come with future updates!
Please Note: PNG files required to create a new icon must be created in a third-party application.

What's new in InerziaIcon Lite

Version 3.7.0:
New Features:

The new "Export as Separate Images" option is now available. You can now export the icon sizes all together into multiple image files

Improvements:
  • InerziaIcon now supports the new security features of macOS Catalina
  • The icon creation system has been rewritten from the ground and is now more reliable
Bugs Fixed:
  • Fixed an issue that could cause a crash while importing new icons on macOS Catalina
  • Fixed an issue that could cause a crash while importing an icon with drag-and-drop on macOS Catalina
  • Fixed an issue that could cause the Export panel to not display the appropriate options
  • Various other minor fixes

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How would you rate InerziaIcon Lite app?

5 Reviews of InerziaIcon Lite

B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
19 March 2010
Version: 1.4

Most helpful

This app doesn't actually find icon files for you. You have to navigate to the Resources folder of an application to find the .icns file. If you really need a catalog of your application icons, this app can help you build one. But it's a lot of work and, at the moment, there's nothing you can do with the icons once you've collected them. On the other hand, if you copy and paste an icon from the Get Info window into Preview, you can view - and use - any of the icon images in the file. If and when InerziaIcon can duplicate this function it may be more useful. Until then it's a one trick pony. Of course, there are any number of apps out there that enable you to create and/or edit icons so just how much of this functionality will make it into InerziaIcon remains to be seen. What might be more useful is for the catalog capabilities of InerziaIcon to be integrated into one or another of these other applications.
(5)
3
kengler412
12 May 2014
Version: 3.4
My only complaint about this program is that it won't let you add more than one icon at a time, so it's not a suitable replacement for CandyBar or IconBox.
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Dodge
17 January 2012
Version: 2.5
Well, do I need this?
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4.5
EndoLab
16 January 2012
Version: 2.5
Very good app to manage huge collection of icons. I don't see it like CandyBar – which I use for years. CandyBar doesn’t have smart list, tags, and the ability to put information about the author so easily. Thanks dev!
(1)
4.5
Darksammy5
12 February 2011
Version: 2.0
Still needs some work but wow, what an improvement. Really this app is shaping up into something great. Im optimistically imagining Candybar but free.
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B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
19 March 2010
Version: 1.4
This app doesn't actually find icon files for you. You have to navigate to the Resources folder of an application to find the .icns file. If you really need a catalog of your application icons, this app can help you build one. But it's a lot of work and, at the moment, there's nothing you can do with the icons once you've collected them. On the other hand, if you copy and paste an icon from the Get Info window into Preview, you can view - and use - any of the icon images in the file. If and when InerziaIcon can duplicate this function it may be more useful. Until then it's a one trick pony. Of course, there are any number of apps out there that enable you to create and/or edit icons so just how much of this functionality will make it into InerziaIcon remains to be seen. What might be more useful is for the catalog capabilities of InerziaIcon to be integrated into one or another of these other applications.
(5)