DaisyDisk

Version: 3.0.1 || Release Date: 2013-09-17 || License: Shareware ($19.95) Developer: DaisyDisk Team | App Owner: tbrizitsky

With DaisyDisk you can visualize and free up disk space by quickly finding and deleting big, useless files.

With DaisyDisk you can free up disk space by quickly finding and deleting big, useless files. The program scans any mounted disk and displays it on the sunburst map, where segments mean files and folders, proportionally to their sizes. The map is easy to read and navigate. You can also quickly preview any file and delete it.

Disk visualization
DaisyDisk uses sunburst visualization to display disk usage. It's easier to read and navigate than rectangular treemaps used in other products.

Fantastic interface
Who said disk utilities have to be ugly and tangled? We strived to make DaisyDisk both easy to use and visually appealing.

Find, preview, delete
Locate a big file. Hit Space to preview its content. Drag and drop the file to collector. Click Delete. Done.

More than meets the eye
We took care of numerous details to make your experience with DaisyDisk as smooth as possible. And there's more to come.

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13 Opinions

It's a nice looking software. But I prefer the free OmnidiskSweeper with is ugly bit more appropriate to me.

The user interface of this softwre is beautiful and it's a pleasure to use it. Very useful to discover what files are eating up your drive space. Developpers are kind and support is great! Definitely worth the price.

Upgrade terms for DaisyDisk 2: $9,95 unless your license key has been issued before October 15, 2009 or after September 1, 2010.

Beta 1 works with all 1.x keys.

Aeko - development on that port of FileLight seems to have stalled. DaisyDisk seems like a really solid and snappy alternative, even if it is $20 more…

If even Filelight developer recommends (http://www.methylblue.com/filelight/) DaisyDisk, that means something ;)

Filelight is a free version of this app. Same disk visualization for 20 less dollars. The UI isn't quite as polished though.

http://osx.iusethis.com/app/filelight

actually, i'm certainly replacing the finder in some cases with daisydisk. weird, but it works for me.

At first i though it wasn't that great but as i started to use it, i began to appreciate it simple offerings that others don't get right. Worthwhile app.

with the help of macheist i'm putting omnidisksweeper aside. at least for a while.

Normally, the just hearing the word "Disk Visualization" can put you to sleep, but with DaisyDisk, it is actually fun! DaisyDisk is a great way to see what is on your system or any other connected hard drive or network drive. It elegantly displays all your data in a circle with the largest items taking up the most space. You can easily drill down and make other sections the center of the daisy, open the items in finder, and even use QuickLook! DaisyDisk is an amazing app that is not just a way to see what is on your hard drive, it is eye candy too!

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