Pixave 2.0

The ultimate image organizer for the Mac.

Reviews

  • Leonardo Pinheiro
    Leonardo PinheiroA user of multiple apps
    Pros: 

    Very easy to use, and a good software (while it worked)

    Cons: 

    The software doesn't work anymore, and the developer don't answer

    this software used to work pretty well, sometimes it would hang on a process for a while, but it would work. Since the last OSX update, this app is useless, it crashes everytime you try to import an icon or use an icon.

    I wrote to the developer a couple times in the last 30 days or so, he never answered, so I guess this app is dead.

    Find another option and make better use of your money.

    Leonardo Pinheiro has used this product for one year.
  • Pros: 

    Performace is great

    Cons: 

    The app feels more like a developer’s tool than a designer’s tool.

    I used to use Pixave too, but now I use Eagle.

    https://en.eagle.cool/

    Chen YiHao has used this product for one month.

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@marty
@marty@marty · Director, Tens
Can't get on the site? -
Ton
TonHunter@t55 · Mac'aholic
@marty The developer's server might have crashed under the amount of traffic due to the 2.0 update I guess. He'll has the site up and running as fast he can, I suspect.
@marty
@marty@marty · Director, Tens
It's back online 😎
Michael Musgrove
Michael Musgrove@mbmusgrove · Marketing guy.
@marty It's back down.
Arun Pattnaik
Arun Pattnaik@arunpattnaik · UX'er for web startups, maker of things.
@mbmusgrove @marty It's still down.
Joe Fletcher
Joe Fletcher@merchantguru
@marty It's back up. Very slow: 24 seconds to load. Lots of assets. Could really benefit from a CDN, among other optimizations.
Joe Fletcher
Joe Fletcher@merchantguru
Does this import the actual images and create a database, or it can just reference them across my various existing folders?
John Palacios
John Palacios@johnpalacios · Husband. Father. Design Lead @ Hulu.
@merchantguru Imports them
Ton
TonHunter@t55 · Mac'aholic
@merchantguru Both. It can copy images into its own database or it can reference them in your various folders or drives...
Roman
Roman@romanzadyrako · CEO at Signalayer / Onboarding.pro
Default Image viewer on Mac is atrocious. If Pixave can cycle through images without having to open them all, I'm sold
Ton
TonHunter@t55 · Mac'aholic
@romanzadyrako Well, err you mean: open a folder and display all the images inside? Or something else?
Ton
TonHunter@t55 · Mac'aholic
Oh boy, version 1 already was a serious candidate to replace the adorable but no longer actively developed Ember. With version 2 Pixave is gonna be the default image organizer for anyone who's working with images on the Mac. A gorgeous app stuffed with useful functions and smart little thingies, too many to name here. Brilliant!
Bryan Cromlish
Bryan Cromlish@bcromlish · Product, Foursum Golf
I bought it, but I can't seem it import anything. What am I doing wrong?
Ton
TonHunter@t55 · Mac'aholic
@bcromlish Drop a folder on the left panel. Or create a new folder and import images...