Irvue 2.0

Thousands of stunning photos from Unsplash on your Mac

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vu huynh
vu huynh@vukidrock · Tech blog writter
Irvue is very best wallpaper app ever ever ever :D
Conner Drew
Conner Drew@connerdrew · Sr Digital Product Designer
I love this product, but be aware that you have to manually clear out the desktop wallpaper cache within the Mac OS. I was having it update every 3 hours for a few months and with the help of DaisyDisk I realized it began to take up over 13GB of space on my Mac :/
Igor Savelev
Igor SavelevMaker@leonspok · iOS developer, MusicSense
@cantgetagoodsn Yes, it's a known issue, and the problem is in macOS and not in Irvue. After your email I found that when you set desktop picture by using official API macOS moves a copy of this picture to specific folder and then doesn't remove it. Irvue doesn't have permissions to access this folder, that's why it can't remove this copies. If you want to clean this folder manually, you can find its location by using this command in Terminal: sudo find /private/var/ -type d | grep
Chakkaradeep@chakkaradeep · Senior Program Manager, Microsoft
Use it everyday! Love it :)
Andrew Goodwin
Andrew Goodwin@andrewgene · iOS Developer
This is absolutely great. I have a 5k iMac right next to a Cinema Display. The photos look great on both monitors. Just FYI, in-app purchases are available so you can add even more channels from Unsplash. You get 3 you can edit for free which I feel is perfect. Great job @leonspok. 5 out of 5.
Ben Ellis
Ben Ellis@fr314 · Senior Research Consultant, Brandwatch
Ehm, what's new in v2.0?
Igor Savelev
Igor SavelevMaker@leonspok · iOS developer, MusicSense
@fr314 Hi, I'm developer of Irvue. Previously you had only two channels: Featured and All photos. Now you can add custom channels. It might be user's profile on Unsplash, his likes, some collection or search query. Also if you have your own Unsplash account, you can import channels from your profile, create collections and add photos to them. For advanced users I added AppleScript support (more information here: