During testing of Image Resizer on Yosemite I noticed an issue with the app not detecting retina displays. This problem causes the retina images to be created at the wrong dimensions.
Due to this problem I have decided to remove Image Resizer from the Mac App Store until the new version is ready for release.
If you notice this problem yourself a temporary fix is to find Image Resizer.app in your Applications folder, right click the file then click on “Get Info”. Under the General section put a tick next to “Open in Low Resolution”.
I am already working on a new version which adds new features and will include this bug fix. The new version should be ready for release end of November 2014.
Due to some users reporting crashes on Lion, I have decided to remove Cleaner from the Mac App Store.
I will be rewriting Cleaner from the ground up but the new version will not support early versions of OS X.
The new version of Cleaner should be ready for beta testing December 2014.
If you would like to help test the new version please contact us via the contact form.
You can use Image Resizer to create all the app icons you need for your iPhone/iPad, Mac OS X and Android app.
iPhone/iPad and Mac OS X icons are created as a preconfigured Xcode Asset Catalog that you can drag into your project folder. An icon.icns file is also created for Mac OS X icons but it is recommended to use the Asset Catalog instead.
Android icons are placed in subfolders based on their screen density, e.g. drawable-xxhdpi.
Create one large format icon (at least 1024pt), drag it into the Source Image placeholder then save the app icon to create the following size icons;
iPhone/iPad App Icons
• iPad retina (iOS 7 and later) 152pt, e.g. email@example.com
• iPad 3 (iOS 6 and prior) 144pt, e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org
• iPhone/iPod retina (iOS 7 and later) 120pt, e.g. email@example.com
• iPhone/iPod retina (iOS 6 and prior) 114pt, e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org
• iPad non-retina (iOS 7 and later) 76pt, e.g. appicon-76.png
• iPad 1 & 2 (iOS 6 and prior) 72pt, e.g. appicon-72.png
• iPhone/iPod non-retina 57pt, e.g. appicon.png
• iTunes Artwork (iTunesArtwork)
iPhone/iPad Spotlight & Settings
• iPad 3 (iOS 6 and prior) 100pt, e.g. appicon-Smallemail@example.com
• Universal retina (iOS 7 and later) 80pt, e.g. appicon-Smallfirstname.lastname@example.org
• iPhone/iPod retina/iPad 3 (iOS 6 and prior) 58pt, e.g. appicon-Small@2x.png
• iPad 1 & 2 (iOS 6 and prior) 50pt, e.g. appicon-Small-50.png
• Universal non-retina (iOS 7 and later) 40pt, e.g. appicon-Small-40.png
• iPhone/iPod non-retina 29pt, e.g. appicon-Small.png
Mac OS X
• 512pt at 144dpi
• 512pt at 72dpi
• 256pt at 144dpi
• 256pt at 72dpi
• 128pt at 72dpi
• 64pt at 72dpi
• 32pt at 72dpi
• 16pt at 72dpi
• Large app icon 512pt at 72dpi (Google Play Asset)
• 144pt xxhdpi at 480dpi
• 96pt xhdpi at 320dpi
• 72pt hdpi at 240dpi
• 48pt mdpi at 160dpi
• 36pt ldpi at 120dpi.
You can use Cleaner to search folders and subfolders on your Mac and select all the following files/folders:
- SVN repository folders/files
- GIT repository folders/files
- DS_Store files
- .localized files
- Thumbs.db files
- desktop.ini files
- $RECYCLE.BIN folder
In addition to searching for the above files/folders, you can specify your own, e.g. *.bak, *.tmp, etc
Cleaner is full screen friendly and can have multiple search windows open at the same time.