It's nice that this app is free, but I guess it would have to be, because who would pay for it? The developer's description says almost NOTHING about what it is, just that it "allows you to launch applications quickly," and that it's "meant as a side addition to the Dock." It gives no indication about how [NOTHING] works, what [NOTHING]'s strengths are, how to invoke [NOTHING], why I might like [NOTHING], why I should try [NOTHING], or anything else that might be useful to someone looking for a launcher on MacUpdate.com.
And the dead zone doesn't stop there. If, like me, you're hyper-curious about useless things laying around, and despite its MacUpdate.com post's nearly complete lack of a description, you downloaded Orbiter to figure it out, you might as well tell your secretary to hold all your calls and cancel your afternoon appointments because the app itself is just as unhelpful as the description. It has NO help files and NO in-app links to the developer's website. Even the disk image you downloaded from MacUpdate has NO README file that describes [NOTHING] or instructs you how to install [NOTHING]! But it does contain a list of changes to [NOTHING] in case you're curious about how [NOTHING] has developed since [NOTHING] was first released on October 19, 2008!
So, you spend 20 minutes trying to figure out what [NOTHING] is, how [NOTHING] works, and whether [NOTHING] can improve your workflow in any meaningful way. What did you discover?