Hi! As many of you already know (or may have even taken part in beta testing), I’ve spent the last few months developing a new application called ActiveDock. ActiveDock is a replacement for Apple Dock that has several features absent in Apple Dock.
ActiveDock is a full replacement for Apple Dock with many new features.
ActiveDock allows grouping of documents and apps, quicker switching between apps and windows, managing windows right from Window Previews panel.
Also you can customize the appearance of icons and the dock itself as you need.
It’s the same Dock, but better, and will be even better with every new version.
Some of these features are listed below, and you can read about the app’s functionality and view screenshots on my website:
The regular price is \(19.99 for a standard license, but the app will be on sale for \)15.99 until the end of March. For the next 48 hours you can use the coupon ACTIVEDOCK25 to get another 25% off.
Or just use this link (with coupon):
I’ve also decided to try using a subscription model ($1.99/mo) (optionally if you do not want to spend a lot of money) where you get a permanent license after ten months.
Subscriptions like this are a big risk for developers because you can cancel your subscription at any time.
* Start Menu – Application Launcher
Allows you to quickly start apps, open documents and folders.
- Window Previews and Window Management
With Window Previews feature you can quickly find the window you need,switch between windows or place windows to the front of the screen.
- Customizable Appearance and Custom Icons for Apps and Folders
With the help of custom themes you can make your Dock unique.Custom icons for apps not only make your Dock beautiful, but also allow you to find apps you need quickly.
- Groups and Folders. Organize apps and documents into Folders and Groups.
Folder View feature allows you to add to the Dock a stack with the contents of your chosen folder for quick access.
Groups feature allows to create a virtual folder in the Dock or Start Menu with the links to any file you need.
- Hiding and excluding Applications from the Dock
With ActiveDock you can exclude hidden apps from the Dock,
or add some apps to the exclude list to completely hide them from the Dock to avoid any distractions in your work.
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