App Pier - Fast App Launcher & Switcher

Developer: Zafer ARICAN

Current Version: 1.6.1

Last Updated: 14 days ago

Download Size: 7.3 MB - Download

Description:

App Pier is a keyboard-centric application launcher and switcher with strong Touch Bar support

With App Pier, you can:

* launch any app or switch between your favorite and running apps instantly.

* save screen space by hiding the MacOS dock.

* develop muscle memory in keyboard when using with Touch Bar as you can pin your favorite apps in App Pier.

* hide/unhide window, hide windows of other apps, or show all windows

* concentrate on your app by hiding all other apps' windows.

* open your favorite folders


Features:

* See and open running apps together with your pinned apps.
* Search and launch any application from Application Folder
* Open your favorite folders
* Focus Mode: One app at a time. All other apps' windows are hidden.
* Reach it anytime even another app is in fullscreen mode
* Reach your running and pinned apps from any display in a multi-display setup.
* Keyboard shortcut for rapid launch
* Select an app by simply start typing its name.
* Running apps are denoted with a dash in menu bar window and a brighter button on Touch Bar.
* Available in both normal and dark mode.


Note: You need a Macbook Pro with Touch Bar to view Touch Bar items.

For more updates:

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Release Notes:

* Option + Touch Bar item now also shows Window Behavior options on Touch Bar
* Minor bug fixes and improvements

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Most Helpful Reviews

1/5
Version 1.0.3
Review by jaretburkett

Useless - I thought that it would always show the icons in the touch bar. that is not the case. it only shows the icons when you hit Cmd + alt + tab, or open the app itself. I get that the developer may not be able to always show it, because of the apple nazis, but still. It makes the app worthless. It is easier to just go to the app itself. It is also not an app launcher. It can only switch between apps.

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