Back in 2014, I got my first Mac. It was a beauty, but there was one hitch: it only had 125 GB of disk space. Over the years, I've cycled through a bunch of Macs, but guess what? Disk space problems have stuck around, thanks to my multiple projects. Sure, some workplaces handed me 1 TB Macs, but my personal ones? I've always gone for the 512 GB version, mainly because it's easier on the wallet.
I tried tools like CleanMyMacX, but they just didn't cut it. They couldn't spot the files that us developers know are a waste—things like node_modules, pesky caches, and old docker containers. That's why I decided to create something myself.
Meet Roomy, my macOS app that packs in all the developer-friendly file wisdom I've gathered over the years. You can test it out right here, totally free.
Here is my Xcode summary:
I'm working hard on Roomy's core features, and your feedback is gold to me. Let me know if it's making your developer life easier and what else you'd like to see.