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SF Menu Bar is a handy new Mac app for finding and working with SF symbols



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SF Menu Bar is a handy new Mac app for finding and working with SF symbols


SF Menu Bar is a new menu bar app for Mac that makes it quick and easy to navigate and find SF symbols. Once a symbol has been found, users can copy its name directly to the clipboard, ready to be pasted into Xcode or elsewhere.

The app is designed specifically for developers and can help get around an irritation people have had for a long time: finding the SF symbol and name they wanted wasn’t as easy as it should have been. With the launch of SF Menu Bar, everything changes. The app itself resides in the menu bar, as the name suggests, and can then be invoked via a global keyboard shortcut or with a single click. From there, just find the correct symbol and copy its name, ready to paste.

SF Menu Bar is a menu bar application that, with a single click or keyboard shortcut, displays a window for browsing and searching for SF symbols. Tap a symbol to copy its name to the clipboard, ready to paste it into your code.

SF menu bar can search more than 3300 SF symbols and can search all symbols from iOS 13 to iOS 15.4. As developer Geoff Hackworth points out, not even Apple’s SF Symbols app supports all of them.

Although it’s a relatively simple app in terms of use cases, SF’s menu bar still finds room for some great features, including:

If you’re a developer who wants to be able to find the SF symbol you want more quickly and easily, you should check out the SF menu bar. The app is now available on the App Store and costs just $2.99. This is a great deal if you are someone who needs to find SF symbols often! Developers, this might be the best Mac app you’ll find all year!

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