Where Is It? Alternatives for Mac

    Where Is It? is not available for Mac but there are plenty of alternatives that runs on macOS with similar functionality. The most popular Mac alternative is Small GCstar iconGCstar, which is both free and Open Source. If that doesn't suit you, our users have ranked 42 alternatives to Where Is It? and 14 are available for Mac so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. Other interesting Mac alternatives to Where Is It? are Small Virtual Volumes View iconVirtual Volumes View (Free, Open Source), Small Delicious Library iconDelicious Library (Paid), Small Video Hub App iconVideo Hub App (Freemium, Open Source) and Small Coollector Movie Database iconCoollector Movie Database (Paid).

    The list of alternatives was last updated Nov 26, 2018

    • Great Software to organize your DVDs, Blu-Rays, Games, etc.
      Some users think this is a great alternative to Where Is It?, some doesn't.

      Discontinued

      Project has not been updated since 2016.

      • Free • Open Source
      • Mac
      • Windows
      • Linux
    • VVV is an application that catalogs the content of removable volumes like CD and DVD disks for off-line searching.
      Almost everyone thinks this is a great alternative to Where Is It?.
      • Free • Open Source
      • Mac
      • Windows
      • Linux
      • PortableApps.com
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      Searchable mirror catalog of disks volumes, not a collection manager.
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      Positive comment • 11 months ago 0 users agree and 1 doesn't



    • Catalog your books, movies, music, software, toys, tools, electronics, & video games in a nice interface.
    • Browse, search, and preview your videos.
    • Coollector Movie database is the most complete tool for the movie lovers.
    • Griffith is a media collection manager application. Adding items to the collection is as quick and easy as typing the film title and selecting a supported source.

      Discontinued

      0.13. from 2011-12-18

      • Free • Open Source
      • Mac
      • Windows
      • Linux
      • BSD
    • Because files can fit in many different categories and contexts, a tagging approach to managing them, like the kind we have for photos, bookmarks, and blog posts, makes sense.
      • Freemium
      • Mac
      • Windows
    • TagLists is a small application for OS X that allows you to quickly see which files you've tagged with particular tags.
      • Free • Open Source
      • Mac
    • Tags allows you to manage your files in a way far superior to folders. Work faster, and be more efficient.
      • Mac
    • Tagger is a small application for OS X that can be used for quickly adding arbitrary textual tags to files.
      • Free • Open Source
      • Mac