[Currently evaluating this.]
Every time you move a content from one app to the other, compare data side by side or multitask in any other way, you need all the windows arranged accordingly. Magnet makes this process clean and simple.
In one drag to the edge, you size a window into half of your screen. And by dragging windows to the corners, you snap them into quarters. Slide them to the bottom edge of your display to create thirds. Taking advantage of such arrangements eliminates app switching and greatly enhances workspace efficiency.
Magnet supports keyboard shortcuts as well, for every command it has to offer. There is that little icon sitting in the Menu Bar where you can find a predefined set or create yours.
・Left/Right/Top/Bottom Halves of the screen supported
・Left/Center/Right Thirds of the screen supported
・Left Two Thirds & Right Two Thirds of the screen supported
・Fullscreen & all four Quarters of the screen supported
・Activated by dragging (optional)
・Activated by keyboard shortcuts (customizable)
・Operated via Menu Bar icon
・Runs both on Retina and regular displays
・Up to six external displays supported
・Built to run on all macOS versions since 10.9 Mavericks
・macOS 10.12 Sierra optimized
What’s New in Version 2.1.0
・Left/Center/Right Thirds of the screen are now supported – Drag a window to the bottom edge of your screen to create third. You can also use default keyboard shortcuts Ctrl+Alt+D/F/G or create yours.
・Left Two Thirds & Right Two Thirds of the screen are now supported – Drag a window to the bottom edge of your screen and slide on it to create two thirds. You can also use default keyboard shortcuts Ctrl+Alt+E/T or create yours.
・Adobe Creative Cloud apps are now supported (since 2017 version).
・macOS 10.12 Sierra performance and stability is improved.
・Backward compatibility with OS X 10.9 Mavericks is fixed.
I agree with Marques.
I’m nearing the end of a one month sub (£10). It’s really good! it used to be a bit shit. I did the free trial back when it came out and thought ‘meh’… I thought Spotify was better. I saw Jim Darlimple had massive problems with it.
FF to 2017. I’m using the iPad with the quad speakers. It’s not bad at all.
I wish I new which universities got Apple Music for half price (£5/ month). Does anyone know ?
This is the full video that was deleted. Reporting removed all context so here it is in its entirety so you can make an informed decision.
2:29:35 Philip de Franco
2:51:15 Kim Jong Un (aka Christian)
4:13:00 Anthony Fantano
4:16:45 Sky Williams
(Who is Christian?)