Crunch
Crunch
4.0.0

4.0

Crunch free download for Mac

Crunch

4.0.0
24 October 2019

Extract content files from iOS applications to make icons.

Overview

Crunch allows you to extract resources from iOS apps and make iOS icons.

Designing or developing iOS applications? Crunch is a simple, yet powerful, utility that extracts the content of iOS applications and makes designing nifty icons easy-peasy. But that's not all...

  • Export iOS application material - Export resource files including images and icons from applications.
  • Extract Asset Catalog files - Extract original assets bundled in iOS and OS X Asset Catalogs.
  • Create icons - Transform artwork images into beautiful rounded icons. You can either choose legacy style with shadows, glows and strokes or iOS 7’s flat style with its super-ellipical shape.
  • Quick Look iOS applications - See iOS applications with awesome thumbnails right from the Finder. Display full-size application icons in the Preview Panel.
Features
  • Export iOS application material
    • Export resource files including images and icons from applications (.ipa and .app files). Assets bundled in Asset Catalogs are extracted when exporting.
    • Export in batch by dropping a folder of applications onto Crunch to export them all.
    • Apply filters to export only certain files: images, media, icons.
    • Use export options: keep folder hierarchy, only export the highest definition images, apply a perfect shape mask to icons.
  • Extract Asset Catalog files
    • Extract assets from iOS and OS X Asset Catalogs (.car files).
  • Applications browser
    • Automatically find apps from your iTunes Library, use Spotlight or select any folder.
    • With Spotlight, Crunch will find any application on your Mac regardless of location.
    • Browse all apps and filter them by platform -- iPhone, iPad, or Universal.
    • Use the Zoom Slider to preview icons up to their original size and reveal all their crazy detail.
  • Make icons
    • Make icons from iOS applications or from raw artwork images.
    • Generate icons from 16 to 1024 pixels in transparent PNG format.
    • Use Style Presets: legacy style with shadows, glows and strokes or iOS 7’s flat style.
    • Apply a mask: legacy shape with rounded corners or iOS 7 super-ellipical shape.
    • Export icon assets in all the required sizes specified in Apple’s iOS Human Interface Guidelines.
  • Quick Look iOS applications
    • See iOS applications with awesome thumbnails directly in the Finder.
    • Display full-size application icons in the Preview Panel.
  • Ready For OS X Yosemite
    • Uses modern APIs provided by OS X Yosemite.
    • Optimized for Retina displays.

What's new in Crunch

Version 4.0.0:
  • See changelog in the root of the repository for changes

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2 Crunch Reviews

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rayj
20 May 2012

Most helpful

I haven't tried this, but just looking at the description I wonder what it can do - beyond providing a nice GUI and some shortcuts - that can't be done very simply for free. An ipa file is the same as zip: just change the file extension and you can unzip it to reveal the contents, including the app. Then ctrl-click on that to show all its components.
Like (6)
Version 1.1
A1D
23 June 2013
I'd love to buy the app, but I don't want to leave all my info for your payment system. Will this app be available in Mac App Store?
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Version 1.45
5 answer(s)
star-affinity
star-affinity
15 December 2013
"Will this be avaliable in the Mac App Store?" I'd say: probably not.
Like (1)
Solosaint
Solosaint
26 June 2014
LOL, I think that has to be the first time I have seen someone ask if it could be put in the App Store...
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The-Crow
The-Crow
23 August 2014
Actually Solosaint, I don't think it's a strange request. I would also like to see it - and ideally, ALL apps - on the MAS. It's convenient, and I trust the payment system there. It's a single trusted source to buy, as well as discover, lots of great apps. I don't have to simply hope that the unknown developer to whom I am giving my credit card info is reputable; the MAS gets those kinds of concerns out of the way. And its auto-updating is awesome. I wish I could have all of my favourite apps on the MAS. For the end-user, it's a beautiful system.
Like (1)
Solosaint
Solosaint
23 August 2014
well The-Crow, you would now be the second person to vote for it being the App Store... ;)
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@timi
@timi
10 December 2014
To purchase 2.0 they sell through FastSpring.
With FastSpring, Stripe, and PayPal (and others) the developer never sees your card info. Apple cuts into developer profits, so if you'd like to see it in the app store I hope you're willing to pay the 30%.
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rayj
20 May 2012
I haven't tried this, but just looking at the description I wonder what it can do - beyond providing a nice GUI and some shortcuts - that can't be done very simply for free. An ipa file is the same as zip: just change the file extension and you can unzip it to reveal the contents, including the app. Then ctrl-click on that to show all its components.
Like (6)
Version 1.1
2 answer(s)
Lvdoc
Lvdoc
20 May 2012
I know the developer will hate that, but you just saved me $9.00. Maybe for the sake of convenience, it's a useful app. But it might also have to go down in price.
Like (4)
benoit311080
benoit311080
25 May 2012
Hi, I'm the developer of Crunch. Yeah, you can unzip an iOS application manually. But the app makes it easier and honestly it does really more things than just unzipping a file: filter the exported files, make png files readable on OSX, export and round the corners of application icons, transform flat application icons into beautiful rounded icons with shadows, glows and strokes, Quick Look iOS applications.
Like (9)
$9.00

4.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.8.0 or later
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