Add color to your folders!
Why to use Finder's color tags only when you can have icons with different colors? Just select the color to apply and then drag your folders onto Foldery's window.
- Improved color homogeneity between different display color profiles.
- Better compatibility with Snow Leopard.
Ratings and Reviews
some great features, one big problem
This small app is very easy to use. You can customize colors and save them easily—for example, so that your folders match the color palette of your desktop. For those of us who like strong visual cues, it makes up for the big loss of functionality Mac OS has had for years now.
BUT: for some reason the app washes colors out—lowers the saturation by a lot. So maraschino ends up pink, for example. Maybe this was done to match Apple’s aesthetic? Anyhow, it doesn’t work for me! I can’t even get the level of saturation shown in the final screenshot.
Developer: you’ve got a great product, but let the user set the saturation—the folder should be the same color as the swatch I select. Thanks!
I’ve been looking for this function ever since OS X dropped it. I’m a happy camper again. If I could add one thing to it, it would be to be to put a shortcut up in the menu bar. I don’t need it often enough to have it sitting in the dock, but I would like it to be more accessible than going through the Launch window.
Could be better
The app is simple to use and looks great - doesn’t take up much space, works well. But I really wanted to restore the colored look in LIST VIEW. This app only really works in GRID VIEW, it’s pretty useless in List because the tiny colored folder is not much larger than the colored tiny dot ‘tag’. Please adjust so that the entire line of the folder changes color in list view, if so I would give it 5 stars.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.