Developer: Qiu Yuzhou
Current Version: 1.1.2
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 517.8 KB - Download
Are you agonising because can't maximized window in Mac just like what you do in Windows? Window Mover make you could maximize window just by double click on its title bar or by a shortcut in Mac.
Do you use your mac with more then one monitors? Window Mover help you to move window quickly between the monitors, if the window moved is maximized in source monitor, then it also is maximized in new monitor, which is similar with pressing "Win+Shift+Arrow Keys" in Windows 7.
Do you have a big monitor with high resolution? Are you sick of pressing Cmd+Tab repeatedly in order to switch between your working windows? Window Mover help you fill one of your windows to left of the screen, fill another window to right of the screen easily. Then you take full advantage of your big monitor, no need to press Cmd+Tab repeatedly when working.
It's time to make your working more efficiently by Window Mover now. It's good choice to buy Window Mover on a price of a cup of coffee to save lots of your time. Time is money!
* Maximize window by double-click on the title bar of the window.
* Maximize or zoom the window by shortcuts.
* Move window between your multiple monitors by shortcuts.
* Resize and move window to fill exactly half the screen by shortcuts.
* Resize and move window to a quarter of the screen by shortcuts.
* Show desktop, hide all apps.
* Move window to edge of the screen by shortcuts.
* Move window to center of the screen by shortcuts.
* Toggle tool bar by shortcut.
Fixed bug that Window Mover go to CUP 100% in some conditions.
Double-click on text in title bar aslo maximize window.
Most Helpful Reviews
Improvements - When I first reviewed Window Mover, I gave it a 2/5 stars, but recently I've had a change of heart. The UI is simple enough that I didn't waste any time, and the app itself provides a lot of good functionality. More importantly though, is that an initial gripe I had (the inability to use double-click to maximize with Chrome) is being fixed in the next release. As a customer, I have a great deal of respect for developers who constantly improve their products, and listen to their users. That alone is worth 5 stars. Thanks for listening :)
More Reviews for Current Version
Great concept, fast, a little buggy - I had been using Breeze for this ($15), which also has the nice feature of letting you save custom window sizes for specific applications. I switched to Window Mover because Breeze doesn't let you move a window from one monitor to another (though it does adjust for different resolutions when you get there). Window Mover is snappy -- the adjustments happen very quickly. However, some of the default shortcuts don't seem to work correctly. For example, the shortcuts to switch monitors didn't work; they just snapped the application to the edge of the current monitor, even though the shortcut for that action was different. Setting custom shortcuts fixed this, though sometimes the actions that it takes are not mapped to the shortcuts that I press. We'll have to see over time if this is too annoying to keep using, or if it gets fixed.
like Divvy but cheaper :-) - it's awesome… I can now maximize and resize windows using keyboard shortcuts. Love the double-click to maximize feature!
Exactly what I was looking for, and more! - I needed an application that would allow me to hotkey any window or app to my second monitor. I am consistently switching between just using my laptop and clamshell mode with two 27” monitors so my windows are always needing resizing. Without having to change any of the settings it works perfectly. I can easily move a window to any side or corner of the current screen as well as fullsize and to the next screen. Would highly recommend it. Best 2.99 ive spent in awhile.
Glitchy with no way to reach support - Can't find a way to contact the developer
Half good - This app sets certain key combos by default, which can really gum up things when you are trying to create your own combos and you don't know what the defaults are. You need to check all tabs and turn off probably half the features (redundant with other apps that do them better, like region snapping etc). When you use the command to move windows to another monitor, it puts the window in the middle. This isn't very helpful! It should use the same position it had on the original monitor. You still have to move the window anyway to put it back where it was, so what's the point? Finally the double click on maximize is nice, but it does not use either of OSX's builtin maximize functions, but appears to do it's own fixed resize based on screen dimensions. That means you cannot easily demaximize ("Restore" in Windows). In Windows when you double click the title bar of a maximized window, it returns to its previous shape, but not with this tool, which is confusing and frustrating.