Developer: T-bone, LLC
Current Version: 1.6
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 338.5 KB - Download
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REGULAR PRICE - $4.99
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Managing the windows on your computer has become a snap! With the iSnap app, you can organize various windows to fit perfectly on your screen and access them simultaneously!
By clicking and dragging your windows to various sections on your screen, you can optimize productivity with a snap. iSnap offers you 3 different templates to choose for optimal productivity.
For a limited time, purchasing iSnap also includes iShake! iShake allows you to grab any window and by shaking it, it automatically minimizes every other window except the one you shook. By shaking again, it will restore all previously minimized windows.
Take advantage of keyboard shortcuts that allow you to give your trackpad a break.
Easily enable/disable iSnap !
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Most Helpful Reviews
Perfect! - I just wanted an app that would make my Mac like my Win 8.1 machine at work and my Chromebook when I travel. It provides the functionality of either keyboard shortcuts or drag and snap. I’m delighted to have found this app! The only feature I’d like to see in the future is customizable shortcuts. If that’s already here and I didn’t see it, I’m sorry. I’m still giving 5 stars because I thought I was doomed and this is really everything I needed.
Frequent crashing - At first, I thought the utility was going be the best free window snapping tool on the App Store until I actually needed to use it and noticed that it was not running. This happened repeatedly: I would set the app to launch at login, which it would do. Then, later in the day when I wanted to use that functionality, the app was not even active. It crashed repeatedly and system files confirmed it. Something is clearly not designed properly here. If they fix this issue in the future, then awesome. Until then, don’t bother downloading.
More Reviews for Current Version
Good, but could be much better - This is one thing I loved in windows 7! The ability to snap windows in place. As the others have stated, capabilities for chrome, firefox, and the office applications are not yet functional. Hopefully soon… Other than that, an essential app! 4 stars.
Love it, but there are a few glitches - To start: I love this app and think it's one of the most potentially useful things on my laptop. However, there appear to be a couple glitches that detract from it, which I shall now list: *It does not work with all applications, often ones I need it to (Chrome/Chromium for example) *It sometimes does not scale things all the way, but I believe that's actually an issue with individual programs' scaling limitations rather than iSnap. If it weren't for this not working with Chromium, I'd be giving 8 stars instead of 4, so fix that, and I will love this app forever.
Almost works - It seems like Chrome support has been added, but Office is still not working. I went with ShiftIt instead, which, despite being older and not on the app store, seems to work with every app, has a better menu structure, and more features.
It’s good…with one major problem - It’s a very good app. It’s the only feature of Windows that I actually like that Macs don’t already have, and now having it available for the Mac—especially for free—is amazing. The only problem is that the shortcuts will resize a fullscreen window (yes, using the fullscreen that was introduced in Lion, not the ‘green button’ fullscreen). This is very annoying, especially because those shortcuts are the same shortcuts used in Pages to move left/right one word and up/down one paragraph. Fix this problem, and I’ll give it five stars.
Work very well, in some ways better - The one thing I miss about my windows machine is the aero snap for side by comparison. This app totally gives you that same functionality, and actually is a little better in that when I have two windows in parallel, all I have to do is move the cursor over the window to make it "active". This allows you to scroll documents without having to first click on the window you want to make it "active", like you do in windows. That is huge. That might just be a feature of OSX, but it plays nicely with this app. I have heard, but not tried, that it doesn't work with Office. Also, I'm missing the "drag to top to make full size" feature of Aero snap. Dragging to top gives you a resized window that's vertically half, which is interesting but not terribly useful for me. Using MBP 10.8.2 (ML)