What it is: Daisy Disk is Mac utility software that, sadly works only on machines running OS 10.5 and later, because it’s the kind of thing that could make you want to investigate your hard disk daily.
Why it’s cool: The interface is just plain awesome. Daisy Disk scans any mounted disk and displays it on a beautiful sunburst map, where segments mean files and folders, and are displayed proportionally to their sizes.
The map is easy to read and navigate and lets you quickly preview any file and reveal it in Finder to delete.
It’s essentially like running the Mac’s built-in disk utility on your volume, but where’s the fun in that?
Screenshots after the jump.