By Median Tech, s.r.o.
Open the Mac App Store to buy and download apps.
Clean your desktop with one click or clean automatically every day.
Why you need Clean:
Take a look at your desktop right now and think -- how many of those files do you actually need?
You could probably remove most of them. But from time to time, there is some useful file on your desktop, which you want to keep.
Clean moves all your files to folder you specify and organizes them by month. So you get a clean desktop every day, but your files are never lost and you can get back to them anytime you want!
* Clean desktop manually
* Start agent and just enjoy nice, cleaned desktop
* Group files into folders by month, or by day
* Setup how often you want your desktop cleaned (every day or every week)
Wallpaper in screenshot: http://is.gd/aurora
What's New in Version 1.0.3
- Fixing bug that sometimes shows error dialog when files are being moved
- Making UI look good on El Capitan
I don’t understand the negative reviews for Clean. I’ve used it for a couple of years now and it does one thing and does it very well. I personally don’t like a cluttered desktop and don’t store things there, but do frequently use my dektop as a temporary drop zone.
Having folders, documents and aliases littered everywhere on the desktop is a Windows user affliction. Apple gave us the Dock for a reason. Clean lets me organize that random stuff into one convenient location where I can find it later. I especially like the latest update that runs as a menubar item, so I don’t need to wait for it to automatically run and can easily kick it off at any time.
If you really want certain items to “stick” on the desktop, just put a label on it. Problem solved. I wish I had paid for THIS app instead of another one I purchased that works similarly, but was too fussy and “in your face” for my liking. Great job, guys!
Good app but annoying popups
I’d even be willing to pay a few bucks to get the benefit of this app. The concept is brilliant. However, just about every day I receive a small growl notification on my desktop asking me to check out apps like FocusList which I have to click to close. Are you kidding me, marketing a focus app while breaking my focus? I understand the need to make money but would prefer if they had a less intrusive way to do so. Removing the app.
It was fine just the way it was.
This app used to work perfectly. Now, it feels like shareware. Annoying notifications and numerous web requests to an analytics service.
I would have just opted to pay for a “Pro” version if it meant my computer was not going to send out data without my consent and harass me with notifications to use some other app I had no interest in using.
- Category: Utilities
- Updated: May 12, 2016
- Version: 1.0.3
- Size: 2.5 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Median Tech, s.r.o.
- © 2011 Vojto Rinik
Compatibility: OS X 10.9 or later, 64-bit processor