12 comments

  • Cristian MoiseiCristian Moisei, over 3 years ago

    Does it only search pixabay? In that case, what is the value of keeping an app always running in the dock for just those times when you need stock apps? Why not just open a web page? The web page will always be up to date with all the tools and capabilities a stock site will bring and since you can only search that one site, be essentially the same.

    If someone uses the site often, why not just save the site as a bookmark in the dock?

    4 points
    • Rhys MerrittRhys Merritt, over 3 years ago

      You can bookmark a site in the dock?

      0 points
      • Cristian MoiseiCristian Moisei, over 3 years ago

        Absolutely. Drag and drop the site address to the dock (you can only save them to the right side of the dock). You can also save the address somewhere in finder, say Documents, and give it a custom icon, then place it in the dock.

        Here's my dock with one custom icon link (the one for Jira) and one regular one.

        IMG

        4 points
    • William ChannerWilliam Channer, over 3 years ago

      Different strokes for different folks. We do have a have a cool drag and drop feature

      1 point
  • Sven von Osten, over 3 years ago

    ZoommyApp is maybe the better alternative. It includes nearly every known free stock library. Zoommyapp.com

    3 points
    • James LaneJames Lane, over 3 years ago

      ...and it used to be free but isn't anymore. The USP with this is that it's free.

      0 points
    • Dan RodneyDan Rodney, over 3 years ago

      I want to like Zoommy, but the search is so bad I found it's not worth using. It doesn't find many images that I'd find if searching on the original sites.

      0 points
  • Rula Aini, over 3 years ago

    Thanks for making this awesome web

    1 point
  • Moe AmayaMoe Amaya, over 3 years ago

    This is great William + Panda Team!!

    Kinda a silly technical question, but how are you guys doing the flickr/google images grid?

    0 points
    • William ChannerWilliam Channer, over 3 years ago

      Thanks Moe! This is a modern NSCollectionView with custom layout. There are many examples for iOS, and we adopted one of them for macOS.

      2 points