Get a visual breakdown of your disk space in form of an interactive map, reveal the biggest space wasters, and remove them with a simple drag and drop.
Discover what’s hiding inside the “Other” storage category and clear it up.
Recover disk space by finding and removing large useless files.

Featured in the “Essentials”, “Best of Mac App Store” in 2015, 2013 and 2011, “Get Productive”, “Get Stuff Done” and “Invaluable Utilities” editorials of the Mac App Store.

Over 500 reviews in the media including major titles like Forbes, TechRadar, Lifehacker, Gizmodo, MacRumors, 9to5mac, Macworld, TUAW, MacStories and many others.

Daring Fireball: “[…] Daisy Disk is my personal favorite for analyzing disk usage on the Mac. It’s a beautiful app. […]”

TechRadar: “[…] we recommend an easy-to-use utility called DaisyDisk. This app helps you easily find and remove unneeded files you may have forgotten about.”

LifeHacker: “DaisyDisk is a beautiful disk space analyzer. It’s the preference of many Mac users. […] DaisyDisk is very fast and very pretty.”

Gizmodo: “Deleting files and sorting out disk-space is one of those tasks most people dread, so I can definitely appreciate that DaisyDisk has tried making it as fun (and beautiful) as possible.”

MacRumors: “The new DaisyDisk 4 has a new, flatter design […], with bright colors, it’s able to scan drives up to 20 times as fast, and it consumes less memory when in use.”

9to5Mac: “DaisyDisk, chosen by Apple as a Mac App Store ‘essential’, provides a cleaner and more interactive circular interface for [visualizing Mac’s hard drive].”

Macworld: “For only ten bucks, DaisyDisk is a simple, convenient utility for every Mac owner, and it gets the job done well for less technically-inclined users.”

TUAW: “Daisy Disk is the perfect example of one of those tools that should be built right into OS X.”

MacStories: “While there are a few similar apps none of them even come close to matching the beautiful DaisyDisk interface.”

Beautiful Pixels: “DaisyDisk is a phenomenally helpful utility app for Mac. […] This is a really fascinating way to take a look at all the files and folders residing on your Mac.”

Notable features:
• Unique interface that makes it easier than ever to find and delete large useless files
• Unmatched speed of scanning – it typically takes only a few seconds to scan your entire startup disk (depends on your disk and CPU models)
• Integrated QuickLook for previewing file content
• Scanning multiple disks in parallel at maximum speed
• Real-time information about mounted disks
• In-app file deletion
• Fully supports Retina displays

What’s New

Version 4.6.5

- Fixed compatibility issues.
- Fixed a few bugs.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
53 Ratings
53 Ratings
No4000 ,

Daisy Disk Clears Purgeable Space

I’ve been using DaisyDisk for a couple of years now and have always been impressed with the slick interface, which makes me just want to open it to take a look. DaisyDIsk also has the ability to drill down into the detail, and then explain those details through very helpful web support. However, now there’s an additional reason to like DaisyDisk. I recently updated to High Sierra and even more recently developed issues with Purgeable Space occupying so much of my main drive that I became worried that I was going to have to either upgrade to a larger disk, or make some major changes to my workflow to accommodate. But, after doing a bit of digging around on the internet I found out that DaisyDIsk can remove Purgeable Space and make it available as free space once more. Just right click on the Purgeable Space displayed by DaisyDisk after doing an Administrator Scan. On my MacBook Pro with a 500GB drive I had 113 GB available prior to sorting out Purgeable Space and around 262GB after. A major improvement.

Obla ,

Spot space hogging files easily

My MacBook was warning me that I was running out of space. I used the built in System Information storage management to clear out quite a lot and thought that was as much as I could do. I then saw DaisyDisk advertised on the app store so gave it a go. I wondered whether it would be a stupid move - adding more software to an already full Mac but it wasn't. I managed to delete an additional 40Gb of stuff (the DaisyDisk app is only 6Mb). I really like the way that it presents it in a visual style - a sort of pie chart of files - so you can see what takes up the most space. I had huge applications installed that I'd used once and then forgotten about and this highlighted them where I hadn't spotted them in Mac storage management. It's very quick and easy to use. I'd definitely recommend it.

Nucleartool ,

Well worth the money

I hesitated buying this for a long time as it seemed over-priced at £10. It’s not quite impulse buy. However, Mac drives are getting smaller and smaller and I was running out of space fast. This immediately identifed a lot of things I could delete in a very painless way. Well worth that £10. Use it every week or so to trim space here and there. If you are running out of space and always struggling to find things to delete, and want quick answers, this is what you want. Don’t wait, get it. My first review, that’s how good and useful it is.


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