Nice Generator
Nice Generator
1.6.0

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Nice Generator free download for Mac

Nice Generator

1.6.0
22 June 2019

Random password, phrase, item generator.

Overview

Nice Generator is a simple yet powerful password and phrase generator for OS X. It lets you create your own alphabets to fit your individual needs so you can generate a password, toss a coin, or randomly choose the movie for the evening. Your imagination is the only boundary. It also adds a handy widget to your Today View.

Features
  • Simple, elegant interface
  • Built using newest Apple technologies in Swift to be blazing fast
  • Today View widget

What's new in Nice Generator

Version 1.6.0:
  • Updated for Swift 5
  • Tweaked UI
  • Minor fixes and updates

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1 Nice Generator Reviews

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Flavum
04 May 2015

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You might want to change "Symbols" to "Characters" as that's the standard word used to describe word/phrase length.
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Version 1.0.0
Flavum
04 May 2015
You might want to change "Symbols" to "Characters" as that's the standard word used to describe word/phrase length.
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Nice Apps
Nice Apps
05 May 2015
Hi! Thanks for feedback. How about a situation where a "symbol" in an "alphabet" is a multicharacter word? Wouldn't it be weird to call it a character?
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Prince-Isaac
Prince-Isaac
18 November 2015
@ Nice Apps: Actually from my own experience that goes back to the 1950s, the elements that comprise the ASCII set are universally known as characters, even those that are non-printing such as ^C. A symbol is a more complex figure that usually indicates certain conditions, elements, or figures. Examples are the symbols used on internationally-recognizable road signs, such as a person on a bike to indicate a bike lane, or the P with a red slash through it to mark a no parking zone.

Offhand I can't think of a symbol in an alphabet is a multicharacter word, unless it's something like the letter "x", which is a multicharacter letter in Finnish, equal to the "ks" combo, as in "Meksiko" (Mexico). But "x" is still an ASCII character. Likewise the "shch" combo in Khrushchev is represented by one character in the Cyrillic alphabet.

Perhaps you could provide an example of what you're thinking.
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App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.10.0 or later
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