Seems nice. There's one thing you should now, though …
That being said, there are caveats. IconJar was never built with sync in mind and thus there are certain precautions. The main one being avoid using IconJar simultaneously across different Macs. Always wait for sync to finish on one, close the application and then open on another machine once the syncing has finished
So if you're looking for a convenient way to use, share and contribute to an icon library within a team, look somewhere else.
For us @Yummygum this has never been an issue. We never had the need to edit a specific .jar file at the same time within our team. So it's more of a "have a shared folder on Dropbox with all the .jar collections" and every team member just imports it.
Been using the beta since it came out. This was an instant buy from me. Happy to pay the $20 since this app has saved me lots of time and has been a real joy to use. Props to @davey-heuser and others for the 1.0 launch!
Same here. Worth every penny! Already got a ton of free value during the beta and have been looking for the opportunity to pay for it, especially with the quality of the beta being so high. A refreshing change from products that get rushed out the door half-baked.
Oh shit, didn't realise that I have been using a beta this whole time. Shame that it is now a paid app and no benefits to the beta testers. As I already pay to use Lingo, so I guess I'm gonna have to switch over to that for all my icon needs.
If the IconJar beta saved you at least $20 worth of your time by making icon organization easier, then it should be a no-brainer purchase.
Using this on a daily basis, love it. No need to search for icons anymore on my laptop.
Day 1 purchase for me for sure. I've been using the beta for quite a while and have been very happy with integrating it into my workflow. The constant updates and feedback have been great as well.
Congrats on the release @yummygum
This isn't Yummyum's. It's made by Davey Heuser and Curtis Hard.
It deserves a mention that Svgsus http://www.svgs.us/ serves a similar purpose.
(I host toicon.com and have not really found One True Icon Library Manager to support, but based on popularity maybe IconJar is the one!)