Click...and it's magic!
A little spell to transform your cursor into a magic wand followed by a trail of stars or fiery fireballs or littlee pulsating hearts. And if you are in a lighter mood, you can choose soap bubbles,small and large, colored or vanishing, and follow them until they pop. And while you are remembering, you can fill your screen with a thousand colored confetti and see them fly away with the wind or slowly fall to the ground. And after color, there is black and white: have fun spraying ink spots here and there and then let the snow fall...
To transform the screen of your mac in a fantasy space, to free your ideas and let yourself drift...toward the next inspiration!
iCursor is a "tray" app: if you want to close and/or delete the app locate the iCursor icon (a little arrow in the Menu Bar near the Clock), click on it and select QUIT, then eventually delete the App;
- iCursor effects are visibile on main display (physical device) only;
New FXs added.
Ratings and Reviews
Needs customization button
In an older version of this app, before it was ever realeased on the App Store, there was a button that allowed you to customize the effects, changing the amount of particles, their speed, direction, acceleration, and most favorably, its alignment, but now, in the App Store version, it does not seem to be the case, not only does it appear to be missing the customization tab the older version had, but the particles are off by at least six inches, unfortunately, I haven’t seen the developers address any of the reviews, and I doubt they will ever see this.
No multi-monitor support
I installed this app because I was trying to make my mouse cursor easier to find. On Windows machines, I’ve used custom cursors and pointer trails to do this, so I thought this might help, but since I run three monitors and it only works on the primary display it wasn’t helpful. Additionally, there’s no option to configure the particle effects, so while they’re pretty looking, they’re honestly just too much and can get quite distracting while trying to do work.
Nice that it's free…but..
I had a free version of cursor from before there was an app store. There may be a few more effects to change onto with this app store version (the version I had before was 1.40) The thing I enjoy about the non-app store version is that it allows you more freedom to customize your effects with a preference menu. The app store version lacks this. I think for now I'll hold onto both versions and see what updates come along. Nice work, developers! If I hadn't known about the older version's preference pane, I'd have given this version five stars!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.