If you like to keep custom Mac OS X icons available for your use and organizing them is getting unwieldy, ChickenByte has debuted a new application that may come in handy called
The software lets you store and manage your icons similar to the way Apple’s own iLife application iPhoto helps you manage digital photos, according to the developers. You can browse through your collection using libraries, preview icons of any size and export them. What’s more, you can search by name.
Icons can be exported as a .TIFF image, and IconBox also provides the ability to import single icons or complete folders of icons. IconBox also recognizes icons you’ve tagged as “favorite,” and can also copy icons to the clipboard. You can also drag icons straight to CandyBar, the toolbar customization program from The Iconfactory and Panic.
IconBox costs US$12.95 to register. The unregistered demo version available for download is limited to three libraries from which you can select the first 20 icons.