An export from Carbonize


Just a single click is all it takes to generate an image like the one on the left.

To get your snippet in Carbonize you can select it, then...

  • Drag it onto Carbonize's Dock icon.
  • Use the Services menu availble in most text editors.
  • Paste it into Carbonize's editor manually.
App Store image showing a screenshot of the main window with caption: Generate gorgeous images from your code snippets.
App Store images showing several screenshots of Carbonize's editor with caption: Leverages the highly customizable editor of
App Store image showing how to drag code from another app onto Carbonize's Dock icon with caption: Drag code right onto the Dock, or use the Services menu.
App Store image showing several of Carbonize's floating export windows with caption: Drag images right into your work, or onto your desktop.
Screenshot of a customized Carbonize template


Use the editor to customize your images. Pretty much anything can be tweaked.

Change the font, background color, spacing, theme etc.

Your settings are saved between sessions. 💾

All credits for this go to Dawn Labs. 🙌

Built on top of Dawn Labs` amazing Carbon

Carbonize uses Carbon for its terrific editor and adds native integration with macOS to support drag-and-drop and easy snippet imports.

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Danger Cove and Carbonize are not associated with Dawn Labs in any way.

Accessibility 👁

While these types of images are cool, there are a few things you should know.

Generating an image from text is detrimental for people who use assistive devices. It would be a waste if your images weren't accessible to anyone with a visual impairment. Here's what you can do:

An image exported by Carbonize that mentions that its content might not be accessible to everyone
A screenshot of Carbonize's Tip Jar

Support development 💪

Making apps if my full-time job, but it's currently not generating a sustainable income. Consider using the Tip Jar in the app to help me work on updates and release new projects. Thanks!


  • Easily drag snippets onto the Dock icon.
  • Send code to Carbonize through the Services menu.
  • Drag generated images into Finger, apps or social media. Ready to use.
  • Built on top of and its editor.