Finding the documents folder for the iOS simulator is a pain. With the hashed container names how are you ever supposed to get the right folder? I'm having to edit and update a lot of files directly at the moment and there has to be a better way then trawling through the Application Support directories. I took a stand, whipped out my Xcode and built Simulator Folders!
Simulator Folders is a simple status bar application that lists the SDK versions and the apps that exist in the iOS simulators. At the click of a button you get a Finder window in the right directory.
Best news is, it's free to download right now!
So if you've ever wondered if the files you need to edit are in 0DB4556A-3A81-422C-8D8A-6F57B524A538 or 12046015-FD80-4C04-8C7D-5400F86463C4 you'll love Simulator Folders.