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Get OS X icons. Thanks to Brett Terpstra.
# Adapted from Brett Terpstra script : http://brettterpstra.com/2013/04/28/instantly-grab-a-high-res-icon-for-any-ios-app/
# Fetches the 1024px version of an OS X app icon. The result is displayed in Pythonista's console, you can tap and hold to save or copy it.
# If you find any bug, you can find me @silouane20 on Twitter.
from PIL import Image
from StringIO import StringIO
import re
import requests
def find_icon(terms):
search_url = 'http://itunes.apple.com/search?term='+ terms +'&entity=macSoftware'
res = requests.get(search_url)
m = re.search('artworkUrl512":"(.+?)", ', res.text)
if m:
found = m.group(1)
return found
def main():
terms = raw_input("Input app name: ")
icon_url = find_icon(terms)
if icon_url:
file = requests.get(icon_url)
image = Image.open(StringIO(file.content))
image.show()
else:
print "Failed to get iTunes url"
if __name__ == "__main__":
main()
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