Developer: Thomas Metge

Current Version: 2.1.2

Last Updated: 6 years ago

Download Size: 1.1 MB - Download


Yosemite dark mode support just added!

"unDock Supercharges Your Mac's Disk-Ejecting Functionality" - Lifehacker

"unDock is the eject all app you've been waiting for" - AppsReviewer.com

"Undock is a happy addition to a road warrior’s toolkit, allowing for a quick, clean exit" - MacWorld

"a real time saver" - TUAW

Time machine is wonderful, but it makes a mobile Mac user cry- waiting for a backup to finish or cancel before we rush to a meeting makes life difficult. unDock adds a simple but critical piece of functionality to your Mac- an "Eject All" shortcut with super powers.

When you're ready to go, use either the keyboard shortcut (default: Control-Option-Command-Space) or the menu bar icon to unDock. All removable disks will instantly be ejected.

Feel the need to make unDock do more? You can supply your own AppleScripts that will be run when unDock is triggered.


Release Notes:

Added support for Yosemite's dark mode. We've also removed all offers - no more unwanted notifications.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.0.2
Review by the_paul

Splendidly useful at work - I use Time Machine on an external drive at work, but I quite frequently need to unplug on a minute's notice to bring the laptop to a meeting or discussion. Before unDock, if Time Machine was doing a backup at the time, I'd either have to leave the laptop or grit my teeth and pull the cord out, causing OS X to give me sundry stern looks and disapproving lectures. Now I just hit the shortcut, wait a few seconds, and I'm off.

Found helpful by 8 out of 10 people
Version 2.1
Review by SashkaB

I hate ads... - First thing I saw when I launched an application was push notification which got me to a page with an ad. Enjoy appropriate feedback for that experience. Uninstalled.

Found helpful by 6 out of 7 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 2.1.2
Review by realien

Was great., doesn’t seem to work correctly under Yosemite - I was a big fan of UnDock prior to Yosemite. My current issue is when I hit the eject button, UnDock also ejects my SD card, which I use for all my personal files. I have “SD” cards unchecked in the preferences, and previously the “Disks” tab in UnDock showed which disks would be ejected but now that dialog is empty. I may try a re-install, but so far, its been pretty useless for me since I upgraded to Yosemite, previously I would have given it 5 stars.

Found helpful by 7 out of 7 people
Version 2.1.2
Review by Anshuman Bhatia

Should be great. No Support - I bought this app and its basic features worked fine, but when I tried to customize what drives it ejected, so it would eject my internal drives it wouldn’t work at all. Dissapointing, but the worst part is there is no support. I tried all avenues but no response. Have to say its not worth the money. Save it for something that works.

Found helpful by 3 out of 5 people
Version 2.1.2
Review by KB1JWQ

Much improved - Great application. Now that they no longer pop up advertisements, I'm changing my previous 1 star rating to 5 stars. Thanks for listening to the customer.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
Version 2.1.2
Review by <(,_,)>

Excellent in theory - I have a 2 TB NTFS drive that wont populate in the drive list in this app, so my primary (pretty much sole) reason for me purchasing this app is not present… Edit: I should add that I have an extension that adds support for writing to NTFS

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
Version 2.1.2
Review by acPittpro

Doesn’t support eSata or Thunderbolt 2 - I have 4 drives. 2 are eSata, 1 is Thunderbolt 2, and the last one is USB3. Only USB3 gets ejeced. Also, it doesn’t seem like you could select the drives you want to eject. There is a checkbox and a 0 with no indication of which drive is which for each drive icon. I can’t select any of the checkboxes either. Overall seems like it is broken for me on High Sierra (new 2018 macbook pro).

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people