Likewise, it’s similarly easy to argue that there are only two kinds of Mac users in the world. Those who are neat and tidy and keep their Macs well organized, and those who do not. If you’re among the neat and tidy group, then you’ll appreciate the iCollections Desktop organizer tool. If you’re not among the Mac neat and tidy group, then you need iCollections.
Simply put, iCollections lets you create sections on the Desktop that can hold icons– apps, documents, photos, etc.– as a customizable, pseudo-launcher. Create as many collections and organize them on the Desktop however suits your fancy. Icons inside the collections can be changed in size as needed.
iCollections on the Mac’s Desktop works much like anything else on the Desktop except you have greater control. Double-click to Open, click on a label to Rename, Command-backspace removes, Space key previews, and, of course, everything is drag and drop.
Instead of using a cluttered and anemic Dock as a launcher and file finder, or instead of using the cumbersome Finder itself as launcher or file finder, iCollections lets you organize your Desktop and icon workflow to suite your particular needs.
Each collection of icons on the Desktop can also be customized with an easily identifiable style from within the Settings.
iCollections is a different way to manage app, document, and file icons. It doesn’t negate the benefits of the Finder or the Dock, but it lets you customize and personalize your launcher workflow from the Desktop itself.