To properly demo my apps, I need to communicate keyboard shortcuts, and a while back the only player in that game was the free, open source Keycastr. Unfortunately, Keycastr didn’t nail the visuals for me.
When it comes to switching applications, there is no shortage of options to get the one you want in front of you. Before creating Rectangle Pro, I would have never thought about trying to add another solution to the mix.
With the ubiquity of window manager applications in macOS, it is surprisingly easy to run out of good, unique keyboard shortcuts that do not interfere with other applications.
One of the most common requests I have received for Rectangle is the addition of shortcuts for more window dimensions that are not currently in the app.
In every single post I’ve seen where someone asks which apps they should install on their new mac, one of the first suggestions is a window manager.
A while back, I created a free app called Scroll to allow users to scroll with just one finger on an Apple trackpad.
The Magic Mouse is awesome, but some apps are overly sensitive to its horizontal scroll — to the point where it’s kinda unusable. My latest iteration of the Scroll app aims to solve this problem in a simple way.
Maybe I’m weird, but I‘ve never been that excited about the first party apps for Google Drive and Dropbox because I like to keep my cloud drives in the cloud and separate from my local drives.
Sometimes you have tedious tasks that require you to just input the same text in a ton of different places, and copy paste just isn’t enough.
The Magic Trackpad and Magic Mouse are truly amazing devices, but there’s one thing that is just missing: the middle click.
The perfectly balanced window manager: my new mac app called Hookshot.
It's easier to go with Rectangle, but here's how to go without it