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Johann Dowa

Open Source Tool For Quickly Opening iOS Simulator Sandbox And Bundle Folders

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Finding the file locations in the simulator can become difficult when you’ve got a large number of apps installed in the different device simulators and here’s a tool called from Casey Fleser that similarly allows you to open folders from device and app names allowing you to open up either the bundle location, or the application sandbox files.

SimDirs lists the folders for all devices, and you can click to open a directory then click on a listed app in the simulator to open that specific location.

This image from the readme shows SimDirs in action:
SimDirs

You can find SimDirs on Github here.

A quick way to find simulator file locations.


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