iDock
iDock
12.1

0.0

iDock free download for Mac

iDock

12.1
17 November 2009

Leopard Dock themes manager.

Overview

iDock is an application that allows the Mac user to have as many docks as he or she wants. Easily accessed, the iDock menu bar makes changing docks a breeze! You can even switch docks without leaving the application you are currently working in.

As the saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. Instead of naming your docks with iDock, you can assign them a picture, allowing you to quickly find the dock that you want. iDock is a very quick and simple dock changer for the Mac that makes working on a Mac even easier.

With iDock, we let you create and use an infinite number of docks. This means that you can organise your Mac more efficiently, increasing your workflow, which in turn will increase your profit or productivity.

Organisation? iDock now comes with a few tools that help you organise your docks much better than before. Now, with the click of a button in the iDock menu bar, you can add a spacer to your dock to split your applications into groups in less than a second.

If you like your Mac to look your own way, iDock helps you with Themes preferences. In these preferences you can customise how you want your menu to look, so it fits in better with your workflow.

What's new in iDock

Version 12.1:
  • Added support for MouseWizard

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9 iDock Reviews

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Samuco
30 May 2009

Most helpful

New iDock has been released! This version is totally new and shouldn't contain any bugs.
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Version 5.0
Djchill1
20 October 2010
Absolutely love this app. But I found it so unstable. I think my main problem was that any time I'd move my mouse to my menubar, the dock palette would shoot out automatically, but not in automatically. I'd have to do it myself. Also, I found myself using the relaunch feature in the action list because the dock palette's anchor (rectangular shady spot, normally at the top middle menubar region) would suddenly move to a spot directly above the dock. This is by far the best dock switcher, but I can't use it anymore because it takes so much time to work around it. Have these problems been addressed because I only switched away from Idock about 3 months ago and at that time, it claimed to be up-to-date. Please, save this wonderful app. Make it more stable, less intrusive.
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Version 12.1
Hendo
07 November 2009
Maybe update your website so it doesn't look so incredibly unprofessional?
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Version 12.0
3 answer(s)
Samuco
Samuco
10 November 2009
We released our updated website a few days ago. You can find it here: www.samuco.net/web, or by simply going to www.samuco.net.
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Version 12.0
Hendo
Hendo
10 November 2009
Much nicer, now you're product has a little professionalism behind it :)
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Version 12.0
Samuco
Samuco
11 November 2009
;)
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Version 12.0
Samuco
25 October 2009
iDock was the first dock switcher that switched docks around. All of the others are copies. We try to think of our own ideas and not steal others. Making a similar product and giving it away is just an attempt to gain glory, but all it does is undermine a business, preventing them from making useful future products. Think of it as another company giving away free appleish products with a similar operating system. Apple would go broke and no more ideas or future products would come. What kind of person would do or support that?
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Version 9.0
Xenophile
30 September 2009
Plenty of freeware alternatives that do the same thing.
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Version 9.0
Easer
25 September 2009
I keep my dock manipulations simple and use Dock Color. Although it appears the program is no longer supported, it still downloads from MU, and I've had zero problems with it in 10.6. http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/26147/dockcolor
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Version 7.0
Samuco
30 May 2009
Bug Fix: The bug has been fixed where your time had run out immediately for US people. iDock now uses international time.
Like (1)
Version 5.0
Samuco
30 May 2009
New iDock has been released! This version is totally new and shouldn't contain any bugs.
Like (1)
Version 5.0
Shaahin
20 March 2008
Sadly, there is no PPC version.
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Version 1.1
Green-Ghost
11 February 2008
Well... I'm using the first version, and... My dock isn't changing. Does iDock have to be in the Applications folder? Is there any other apps I need? Why isn't it working?
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Version 1.0
1 answer(s)
Lucapellini
Lucapellini
14 February 2008
Hi, thanks for using iDock. So, iDock will not change your Dock if you don't fill the administrator user and password! Remember to fill the fields (as iDock remembers you with a message ;) ).
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Version 1.0
$5.00

0.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later
Developer Website: 

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