Developer: Lomation

Current Version: 1.0.0

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 3.7 MB - Download


As a wonderful companion to the Apple Dock, OneDock gives you the ability to create different docks for different categories. With its unique "spinning wheel dock" design, OneDock takes up very little screen real-estate and also smartly stays out of the way when not being used. Add different docks to hold different types of applications, files or folders. OneDock gives you the power to quickly access your most used items while staying organized -- all without having to repetitively navigate the filesystem via Finder.

OneDock even support text clippings. Select some text from a document, drag them to the dock and OneDock will create an item named "Clippings". It's perfect for moments when you need to save specific text within a document for later use.

Go ahead, spin the wheel and stay organized.


More Reviews for Current Version

Version 1.0.0
Review by Solextre

OK, but not great - Basically this app puts your stuff on a Dock wheel, like a lazy susan. You put the mouse over it and scroll up or down to rotate the stuff. You can add more docks, which you access via a right click menu. It's a clever idea, and I think I might use it on an iPhone or iPad … anywhere with a very small screen. But on my iMac it's a lot slower to find an item on the wheel than it is on the regular dock. So I won't be adopting it.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
Version 1.0.0
Review by UTLonghorn

Buggy... - I like the UI. But it is buggy right now. I am running 10.7.4. Whenever I start a new app or switch to a different one or switch to another screen the OneDock wheel disappeared. I have to use the menu to bring up the About OneDock dialog box to make it reappear. Very annoying. Update: On 10.6.x it works fine when you place the cursor at the edge of the screen OnDock will pop back up on top of the current window. But on 10.7.x if you have a window all the way to the edge of the screen moving the cursor there it will turn into a resize cursor to resize the current window. In order for OneDock to work you have to leave a gap between the edge of the screen and the top window. I commonly have all my main windows to the edge of the left hand side. So I have to put OneDock on the right. But still it won't work for full screen apps. The rival TabLanucher seems to work just fine in these cases.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
Version 1.0.0
Review by Whitehat_CEH

SUPER BAD SUPPORT !!! and APP - This app did not work as specified. And the developer never replyed to any emails even after 4 attempts over 4 days.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people