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Deskovery free download for Mac

Deskovery for Mac

16 December 2020

Save time managing your windows.

What is Deskovery for Mac

Deskovery makes it easy to find the window you want out of all your open windows, just move your mouse to see the full list of all open windows, select one and move it to front in a single click.

Stop wasting time aligning windows, with Deskovery your windows are magnetic. Windows snap neatly to screen edges. Deskovery also lets you resize windows with one click. Click on the zoom button, drag to the preferred size and position, release mouse button, that's all!

Features
  • Simpler to install and to use: Fully compatible with El Capitan and Sierra (and SIP). No need to install, just launch it.
  • Dock previews: allow to directly see in the Dock, windows previews.
  • Space switcher: Directly see in with Space you are and switch in one click!
  • Updated window shading, with custom shading heights and apps exlusion list.
  • Drag to size: just drag and drop to reisze your windows
  • Modern UI: The UI has been completely redesigned. These are some of the main new features. Deskovery 3 has been rewritten mostly from scratch and also brings a ton of small enhancements.

What's new in Deskovery

Version 3.3:
  • Unability to unshade windows on multi-monitors configurations
  • Issue with resize panel
  • Shading issues with Chrome
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borked
borked
Mar 18 2020
3.2
5.0
Mar 18 2020
5.0
Version: 3.2
I like it, no problems. I think Windowshade is the feature that was killed in MacOS (by next developers that pushed their Dock) I miss most. I use Mac OS for over 30 years now and
GregH60
GregH60
Nov 10 2017
3.1
1.0
Nov 10 2017
1.0
Version: 3.1
Finally gave up with this software, virtually no support and software is not working.
Scott-C-H-
Scott-C-H-
Jul 21 2017
3.1
0.5
Jul 21 2017
0.5
Version: 3.1
Hacky, gimmicky, unnecessary, and it is a matter of time before it gets abandoned for one reason or another. Apple frowns upon this type of software because it tries to work around SIP. This kind of utility works ok at first, but eventually, causes some issues due to OS updates, tighter SIP implementation, and so on. Sooner or later, it will force you to spend a bunch of time fiddling and troubleshoot (= a glorified term for beta-testing), and all the perceived milliseconds of efficiency is lost almost instantly in the process.
egigoka
egigoka
Jul 11 2017
3.1
0.5
Jul 11 2017
0.5
Version: 3.1
Doesn't work in all ways in Sierra
dwp-1
dwp-1
Jun 16 2017
3.1
5.0
Jun 16 2017
5.0
Version: 3.1
No, upgrades for previous owners?
dwp-1
dwp-1
Jun 16 2017
3.1
5.0
Jun 16 2017
5.0
Version: 3.1
No, upgrades for previous owners?
Morlo
Morlo
Nov 16 2016
3.0
4.0
Nov 16 2016
4.0
Version: 3.0
cool. faster and more reliable than windowmizer, though windowmizer still has better options to resize (like resize to thumbnail) ... nice UI and the height feature when resizing to titlebar is a nice touch. keep up the good work and lets see some other options to resize.. remember sticky windows from donneleschi software, that was the bomb.
mmix66
mmix66
Oct 9 2015
2.3.3
4.0
Oct 9 2015
4.0
Version: 2.3.3
2.3.3 "Transparent windows" seems to don't work with El Capitan? (but i think i will downgrade to Yosemite because thetering with my iPhone doesn't work too.....)
Dajaka
Dajaka
May 3 2015
2.3.2
5.0
May 3 2015
5.0
Version: 2.3.2
2.3.2 fixes the Adobe Photoshop problems and works great.
ronaldpr
ronaldpr
May 2 2015
2.3.2
0.0
May 2 2015
0.0
Version: 2.3.2
Very confusing. After installing version 2.3.2 from "Deskovery2.3.2-signed.pkg", the application is called "Deskovery2.2.1.app" with version number 2.3.2, while About Deskovery shows it to be "Version 2.3.0" and I am told that I am up to date with "Deskcovery2 2.3.2" when I check for updates.
Pypo
Pypo
Apr 18 2015
2.3.1
1.0
Apr 18 2015
1.0
Version: 2.3.1
Be careful with 2.3.1. Working on Mac Pro 5,1 Mavericks 10.9.5 it's impossible to use Photoshop CC 2014 correctly with Deskovery 2.3.1 !!!
Wts
Wts
Apr 14 2015
2.3.1
4.5
Apr 14 2015
4.5
Version: 2.3.1
The download says 231 but the install is actually 230. ?????
Dajaka
Dajaka
Apr 12 2015
2.3.1
5.0
Apr 12 2015
5.0
Version: 2.3.1
With this latest version 2.3.1 Windowshading finally works reliably again. The only problem I see is that the zoom button dropdown doesn't appear properly on my second monitor.
Wts
Wts
Mar 24 2015
2.3.0
4.5
Mar 24 2015
4.5
Version: 2.3.0
I have the paid version of Deskovery 2.2.1 and when i applied this most recent version 2.3.0 my registration code was not accepted. What the ******* Please don't tell me i need to hand over yet another 20 dollars ?????
Albabe
Albabe
Mar 5 2015
2.2.1
0.0
Mar 5 2015
0.0
Version: 2.2.1
I already have WindowMizer and it just ok. Its very slow, to the point where its unusable for me. Is there a Demo for this to see if it works any better than WindowMizer? I already paid $15 for an unusable app, and I'm not comfortable paying another $25 to find out this is not all that different.
edfields
edfields
Feb 12 2015
2.2.1
0.0
Feb 12 2015
0.0
Version: 2.2.1
I just installed Discovery. Why can't see the name of the folder or file when they reduce to windowshade size? Folders and Files reduce to the titlebar when double-clicked. But the name doesn't display. It seems that everything gets so huge, I can only see the very top of what's supposed to be in the titlebar. Can someone please explain what I've done wrong? There doesn't seem to be anything in Preferences to fix this. Is there something very simple that I'm missing? Thanks very much.
edfields
edfields
Jan 11 2015
2.2.1
0.0
Jan 11 2015
0.0
Version: 2.2.1
Can anybody compare Deskovery to Windowmizer? I'm finally trading in a MacBook Pro running OSX 10.6.8 for a machine with Yosemite. They both say they're compatible with Yosemite. Can't decide which will serve me better. My ONLY need is windowshading. Thanks . . .
Shiny22
Shiny22
Dec 4 2014
2.2.1
3.0
Dec 4 2014
3.0
Version: 2.2.1
Downloaded this and tried it out. It does exactly what it says on the tin, great for Window Shading, and the window menu is great too. Buying it was the easiest decision until... I saw the price. Seriously? $25 for this? I mean Scrivener is $45 and you can write novels and theses in it. Carbon Copy Cloner is $40 and you can back up you're entire Mac. The entire OS is free and this costs 24.99? To collapse the window into the title bar. Wow. And you need a licence for every machine. On the App Store I can buy any app and install it on any machine I own. At 4.99 this will sell by the truckload. At 24.99 thanks but no thanks. I'm taking 2 starts off simply because the price us absurd.
ronaldpr
ronaldpr
Oct 13 2014
2.1.9.1
0.0
Oct 13 2014
0.0
Version: 2.1.9.1
Version 2.1.9.1? The download is an install package labelled version 2.2beta1 The download from the developer's site is labelled version 2.0
Wts
Wts
Aug 2 2014
2.0
4.5
Aug 2 2014
4.5
Version: 2.0
Windowshaded items hide in the bottom of my screen with just the tittle bar which is somewhat disconcerting and disorienting. This happens most of often with FireFox and Thunderbird windows. So you have to double click the main window of FireFox or Thunderbird to consolidate the mirror window(s) at the bottom of the screen. It also has a tendency to crash whereby clicking the "reopen" button in the report to mother Apple brings it back to life.
Briar21
Briar21
Jul 18 2014
2.0
5.0
Jul 18 2014
5.0
Version: 2.0
I've been using Deskovery since 2012 after getting a new Macbook Pro. Not being able to windowshade was driving me nuts, so off I went to find a utility that does the same thing. Turns out, there aren't that many out there. Deskovery is one of them. I bought it primarily for the windowshading, and it's worked great for that! It's so wonderful to have the ability back. It does have a few quirks, such as how the windowshaded items will also hide in the bottom left of my screen and I sometimes have to pull them out. The other issue I had was with it now always working well with all programs (this was rare, and I haven't had the issue since upgrading to version 2.0). I was so relieved when the notice went out about an updated version. I didn't want this great utility to disappear as the OS systems continued to advance. The new 2.0 version requires buying it again, but this isn't uncommon when the code has been rewritten from scratch after so long since the last update. For a utility that brings back an essential workflow ability, the price of the upgrade was very much worth it. So far I haven't had any issues with the updated 2.0 version (running on an OSX 10.7.5 Macbook Pro). Ahhh, it's great to windowshade!
Cal9898
Cal9898
Jul 10 2014
2.0
3.5
Jul 10 2014
3.5
Version: 2.0
Expensive enough the first time. All I wanted was a windowshade, but I'll do without. Here is the response I received. "Thanks for your interest in Deskovery and for your feedback. You've purchased your license in 2012. These licenses are for version 1 only. In order to allow existing user to upgrade to a discounted price, we are offering 30%off during one week for version 2 licenses." Thanks and regards. I installed in 2013.
ronaldpr
ronaldpr
Jul 8 2014
2.0
0.0
Jul 8 2014
0.0
Version: 2.0
Apparently, this version 2.0 is not a release version: 1. On the first screen, the downloaded installer introduces itself as "Deskovery 2 beta 9" 2. When I check for updates in Deskovery 1.5.3, I get the message that I am up to date and that 1.5.3 is the newest version available. BTW: Version 1.5.3 works fine here in OSX 10.9.4, at least for window shading.
jackycpa
jackycpa
Jul 2 2014
2.0
0.5
Jul 2 2014
0.5
Version: 2.0
purchased on 5 apr 2014 for USD 24.99, that the stable version don't support for 10.9, and ask for download beta version, every time boot up imac pop up a warning message you have to dismiss every time. and now, TODAY, Introductionary price: $24.99/19.99€ --> $14.99/11.99€, and my license key don't work anymore, ASK for BUY AGAIN, what the HELL this DEVELOPER IS DOING!
ronaldpr
ronaldpr
Jul 1 2014
1.0
0.0
Jul 1 2014
0.0
Version: 1.0
The new version is 2.0, not 1.0 as announced here.
CHLOEDOG
CHLOEDOG
Apr 6 2013
1.5.3
1.5
Apr 6 2013
1.5
Version: 1.5.3
If you just want windowshading and don't need the wobbly windows, there is another alternative called WindowMizer. Windows actually activate and deactivate as Mac windows should. Plus you get two activations per license,so it is less than half the price.
highstepper
highstepper
Nov 28 2012
1.5.3
2.0
Nov 28 2012
2.0
Version: 1.5.3
I recently installed Deskovery on my intel iMac running OSX 10.7. I was initially so glad to be able to windowshade again (the only reason I bought the program), but now I have realized that I should have read reviews at MacUpdate ;( The reason I need windowshade is that I typically run around 6-8 programs at a time with an average of 3-6 windows open for each. In their decision to get rid of windowshading, I think Apple only considered users with few windows open, not those like myself who use multiple programs all day long for my work. Anyway, I soon found out that another key feature that I use for selecting a particular window is now disabled (does not work). I can no longer bring a window to the front by selecting it under the 'Window' menu in applications. Given that I don't windowshade all my windows, windowshaded windows hide behind open windows and I have to move or windowshade windows I want open in order to find windowshaded windows I want to open! I hope this is not too confusing. As another reviewer put it, windowshaded windows go into the Deskovery world, where they can't be accessed in normal ways anymore. This is a serious flaw in this program and greatly reduces its utility.
Philosopherdog
Philosopherdog
Nov 28 2012
1.5.3
0.0
Nov 28 2012
0.0
Version: 1.5.3
The current version only partially works with ML. The pinning feature doesn't work, and neither does the spaces feature. I could live without the spaces feature, but pinning I want. Looks like such a cool app, but alas it only half works in ML. Too bad. With some hope maybe it will be updated.
Ry-ma
Ry-ma
Sep 18 2012
1.5.3
0.0
Sep 18 2012
0.0
Version: 1.5.3
the function "transparency window" does not work for me. OSX 10.7.4.
bretzl-liquide
bretzl-liquide
May 9 2012
1.5.3
4.0
May 9 2012
4.0
Version: 1.5.3
Hi What is the limitation in the trial version ? For me (trial version, macpro OS 16.6.8), after a few utilization of Deskovey, I have continuously the beach ball, and the only solution I have is to the restart... Is there a limitation due to the trial version or a bug ?
bretzl-liquide
bretzl-liquide
May 9 2012
1.5.3
4.0
May 9 2012
4.0
Version: 1.5.3
Hi What is the limitation in the trial version ? For me (trial version, macpro OS 16.6.8), after a few utilization of Deskovey, I have continuously the beach ball, and the only solution I have is to the restart... Is there a limitation due to the trial version or a bug ?
dwp-1
dwp-1
Apr 29 2012
1.5.3
5.0
Apr 29 2012
5.0
Version: 1.5.3
If you have been waiting for Unsanity WindowShade to be updated for Lion, wait no more, Deskovery puts WindowShade to shame with all it's cool features. I am so happy to be able to finally minimize my windows to the titlebar in Lion. Deskovery also takes the place of Moom and all those new window size manipulation app's with its Zoom Window drop down window sizing window. Deskovery also allows the user to make windows transparent, magnetic windows, has a window list and has some cool eye candy called Woobly windows that make the window shake as you move them. Give Deskovery a try, you won't be disappointed.
Dualie
Dualie
Apr 24 2012
4.0
Apr 24 2012
4.0
Version: null
Man, I love this thing! I just bought a rather expensive license for it. The more I use it the more I like it. The zoom button features alone are worth the price of admission. Too bad the dock switcher icon gizmo doesn't work in Lion - that is freakin' AWESOME for those of us who hate Spaces animations.
Dualie
Dualie
Apr 19 2012
1.5.3
4.0
Apr 19 2012
4.0
Version: 1.5.3
Wow, I like this a LOT. It's even better than Windowshade IMHO, even though it has its own idiosyncrasies. I disabled some features that were giving me minor troubles, but overall this is a great effort that will only get better. Finally a reason to upgrade to Lion at the office.
qb
qb
Apr 19 2012
1.5.3
0.0
Apr 19 2012
0.0
Version: 1.5.3
Thanks for the recent update. However I still have the previously reported and documented problem of double-clicking an email in Mail App and having it open and window shade when I just want it to open.
Lvdoc
Lvdoc
Feb 27 2012
1.5.2
4.0
Feb 27 2012
4.0
Version: 1.5.2
I have no hope for Unsanity. In the past, they often took several months to get updates out for new systems; but they should have had something for Lion by this time. Instead, they're busy soliciting donations so that maybe, just possibly, they'll consider upgrading. (But only if everyone re-buys all of their software first!) So, if you want to windowshade, Deskovery is your only option. But it's not an option if you want to windowshade the way all of us have always understood that to work. As best as I can tell, Deskovery attempts to pull it all off by moving windows to their own little Deskovery world, and the magic takes place there. The problem, as many have noted, is that windowshaded windows are no longer readily accessible unless you click directly on the window. This approach is pointless, particularly if you're using a keyboard. For instance, if I have two windows open, and I windowshade one and then switch to the other, I cannot use a keyboard shortcut to switch back to the shaded window and unshade it. The shaded window is no longer part of the program I'm working in; it's now a part of the Deskovery world. I think the developers are trying this approach in order to avoid injecting some kind of system-wide program, in order to avoid accusations of having something like APE (for which Unsanity is always taking a beating). I applaud the logic but not the result. Frankly, APE never gave me any problems over the years. At any rate, the best alternatives I've found to windowshading are either SizeUp (because it allows a nice bounce-back feature) or simply to minimize windows to the dock and then use various programs such as Hyperdock to relocate them. Alas, everyone's presumably repeated pleas to Apple to reinstate windowshading have gone unheaded. They want to get pi$$y because people use APE; but they don't want to provide their own windowshading solution. Even Microsoft has windowshading programs available. Sigh.
Billearl
Billearl
Feb 23 2012
1.5.2
0.5
Feb 23 2012
0.5
Version: 1.5.2
Poorly designed, poorly written, poorly documented alphaware! I'll be dumping this if Unsanity ever updates WindowShade for Lion, or if I run into more problems with it, whichever occurs first. It does an okay job of windowshading, if you have unchecked "Double-click a window's title bar to minimize" in the General pane of System Preferences (that's not in the "documentation").
Riqiv
Riqiv
Feb 18 2012
1.5.2
4.0
Feb 18 2012
4.0
Version: 1.5.2
A wonderful app, especially while on sale! It window shades and enables my zoom buttons (that weren’t working previously) and will “show all” windows in a list using “Alt + Tab”. The YouTube movies are pretty useless and the help abysmal. I asked how to get the Windowshade Feature to work and was given the wrong answer that led me to the correct place. There is a bug I made a QT movie of and posted it on “Get Satisfaction” TWICE, and got no satisfaction as the movie wasn’t viewed . . . or at least the post wasn’t answered re: the movie. Four stars out of five though since I like the app so much :-)
MGhostSoft
MGhostSoft
Feb 10 2012
1.5.2
0.5
Feb 10 2012
0.5
Version: 1.5.2
Unable to use in Lion: every time I open the preference of this app, it hangs and makes my Mac extremely slow. I have to force quit it every time.
Muchomama
Muchomama
Feb 10 2012
1.5.2
2.5
Feb 10 2012
2.5
Version: 1.5.2
Why were my comments removed here? All I said was that when I access the Deskovery preferences, the app hangs and I have to force quit it. I can't configure it at all. I did go to the OS X preferences and deselect the double-click pref. I reinstalled, restarted, and still have the same issue. The app just doesn't work for me. Lion 10.7.2.
Efrancos
Efrancos
Feb 9 2012
1.5.2
0.5
Feb 9 2012
0.5
Version: 1.5.2
It just doesn't do what it says. Spaces integration? none, or at least it doesn't work for me. Shading? what's the use of a keyboard shortcut if I have to reach for the mouse anyway in order to re-select the window to un-shade it again? The border stickiness implementation is useless too. The window just doesn't stick right and keeps moving after it has detected the border. And bugs, like for instance using VLC, when you are on full screen mode and you try to move the controls sub-window, the whole picture moves with it...! I'm sorry I didn't try it before buying it, but on sale at 9.99 bucks I decide to trust you, big mistake
Lvdoc
Lvdoc
Feb 9 2012
1.5.2
4.0
Feb 9 2012
4.0
Version: 1.5.2
I don't want to write a review because I think this is still in development. And with Unsanity out of the picture, this is the only windowshade game in town. That being said, this current version doesn't work for me. Yes, it does windowshade, but the shaded window does not stay in the foreground. For instance, I set a hot key to windowshade. I chose a window, hit the key, and it shaded. One would think I could then hit the hot key again and it would unshade. But no, I have to use my cursor to select the window (by clicking on it) and then I can unshade it. I do not find this helpful or time-saving. Currently, I'm using SizeUp to move windows out of the way when I want to see what's behind them while still keeping them in the foreground. It's not as elegant as windowshading, but it gets the job done.
misterjspencer
misterjspencer
Jan 9 2012
1.5.1
0.0
Jan 9 2012
0.0
Version: 1.5.1
it seems to have some problems with the app optimal layout, I can't get it to window shade
Cgc
Cgc
Jan 6 2012
1.5.1
0.0
Jan 6 2012
0.0
Version: 1.5.1
I see this program installs Dinjector and Deskovery. How do I uninstall them? If I use AppCleaner it only kills Deskovery. Thanks.
Cowicide
Cowicide
Dec 9 2011
1.4.9.1
0.0
Dec 9 2011
0.0
Version: 1.4.9.1
I really with this developer would produce a changelog history on the website. It's important to have that especially with something that runs non-stop on your system. I've had some Finder crashes since installing Deskovery. I'm not positive it's from Deskovery, but I've narrowed it down pretty well so far I think by looking at the Console. This is with the "stable" version of Deskovery, not the beta, btw. I’m using latest Mac OS 10.6.8 I should also mention a misspelling on the dev's about page: "Neomobili is a company developping applications for mobile devices." I understand they are French, but it's still sketches me out to have a misspelling like that. I will update later once I determine for sure if Deskovery is the culprit for crashing my Finder.
Lvdoc
Lvdoc
Nov 18 2011
1.4.9.1
4.0
Nov 18 2011
4.0
Version: 1.4.9.1
I use this program only for windowshading. I'm also currently using the alpha version on Snow Leopard. But so far, so good for the windowshading. They've even added shadow to the windowshaded windows, making them much easier to find and work with. I'm highly encouraged!
Lvdoc
Lvdoc
Aug 6 2011
1.2.3
4.0
Aug 6 2011
4.0
Version: 1.2.3
In Lion, it is NOT giving "a new life to my Mac." Although it will windowshade a window, you cannot do anything else until that window is unshaded. Can't switch to a different window. Can't scroll background windows. What's the point of it, then? Hope they fix this soon.
Lvdoc
Lvdoc
Jul 21 2011
1.2.3
4.0
Jul 21 2011
4.0
Version: 1.2.3
It's glitchy with Lion. It will windowshade, but I can't leave a shaded window and click on anything else. I have to unshade a window before I can leave it. It didn't do that in Snow Leopard.
brightonpete
brightonpete
Jul 4 2011
1.2.3
3.5
Jul 4 2011
3.5
Version: 1.2.3
I bought this when it was on sale. It is too expensive at $25. It is impossible to work with sheets with Deskovery running. The sheet is dislodged and ends up following the mouse around, then is placed exactly where you don't want it. It has been turned off for now. MOOM is a free alternative.
Vinkri
Vinkri
Jun 15 2011
1.2.3
2.0
Jun 15 2011
2.0
Version: 1.2.3
For me, this app is a joke. Almost useless window management features. Oh, yes, you can have a list of windows, just like on a PC... And you can have nice effects when moving windows. All that for 25 bucks! It's a great deal! Don't go for a cheaper and more useful app: there are some!
Kohoutek
Kohoutek
Jun 14 2011
1.2.3
0.0
Jun 14 2011
0.0
Version: 1.2.3
Wow. So, Compiz finally makes it to Mac! I've looked at the video, and to me it looks just like Compiz. I've waited for this to come, but I always hoped the open-source community would merely PORT Compiz to Mac. I'm still running 10.5, but planning to upgrade to 10.7 when it's out. Some questions, then: Is this, in fact, a port of the open-source compiz-config? Does anyone find bugs, including crashes, in this software? Compiz remains buggy in linux. Is the confusing preferences GUI more intuitive in Mac than it is in compiz-config? When are you gonna introduce the "cube?" THAT would be the killer! ;-) Thanks... looking forward to trying this on 10.7.
Dualie
Dualie
May 24 2011
1.2.2
4.0
May 24 2011
4.0
Version: 1.2.2
It's too expensive.
Lvdoc
Lvdoc
Mar 14 2011
1.2.2
4.0
Mar 14 2011
4.0
Version: 1.2.2
For the kind of work I do, windowshading is essential. I need to constantly review two documents at once, and having them side by side, or minimizing to the dock, is simply impractical. Why Apple dropped this feature, I'll never know. But it's nice to no longer be captive to Unsanity. I like Unsanity products, but I hate Unsanity service. With Lion's release imminent, it's a relief to know that I have windowshading ready. (Unsanity has historically taken months, at least, to come out with workable versions every time Apple updates its OS.) The only thing I'd like added is some shadowing for the collapsed windows. But they told me they're looking into it. Beyond windowshading, Deskovery has some other nice features, I don't use them all, but I found this worth the purchase. And the customer service has been excellent. They've quickly responded to my e-mails and my requests. I'm quite happy with this product.
Jeff-Nailen
Jeff-Nailen
Feb 24 2011
1.2.1
0.0
Feb 24 2011
0.0
Version: 1.2.1
This looks great, but I already use several other apps for window and spaces management. If they added a different dock for each space like DockSpaces does then it would be a perfect one-stop replacement for many small one-trick ponies.
jakebaruch-1
jakebaruch-1
Feb 22 2011
1.2.0
0.0
Feb 22 2011
0.0
Version: 1.2.0
Does this work with totalfinder and hyperdock active?
Bl0dwyn
Bl0dwyn
Feb 14 2011
1.2.0
0.0
Feb 14 2011
0.0
Version: 1.2.0
Looks like the $9.99 offer has expired, so at $24.99 it's a NO from me.
Cowicide
Cowicide
Feb 7 2011
1.1.2
0.0
Feb 7 2011
0.0
Version: 1.1.2
I wish the dev would make another app that only has this app's windowshading capabilities and nothing else. All the rest is bloat in this app for me that's a waste of resources. I'd buy an app that replaces the windowshade haxie.
Snaporaz
Snaporaz
Feb 1 2011
1.1.2
5.0
Feb 1 2011
5.0
Version: 1.1.2
just bought the app for $9.99 :-)
MrFlatulences
MrFlatulences
Feb 1 2011
1.1.2
3.0
Feb 1 2011
3.0
Version: 1.1.2
Just I have shopped 3 Licenses for $14,97 - i think, this ok! Now, however, I would have three wishes. First, on my new iMac i7 cases of the Wobbly Effect, the strong flicker and redraw problems with move of the window - i disable this Effect - it is to slow and a little bit bugy (If I a window push wildly around I lose this sometime to the screen edge, although I had not let go the mouse key). Finally, secondly I wish a window resize button in the left lower corner - not only in the right corner! Thirdly, change the intensive off transparency Mode. Now, thanks so much for this very nice new Tool!
MrFlatulences
MrFlatulences
Feb 1 2011
1.1.2
3.0
Feb 1 2011
3.0
Version: 1.1.2
Just I have shopped 3 Licenses for $14,97 - i think, this ok! Now, however, I would have three wishes. First, on my new iMac i7 cases of the Wobbly Effect, the strong flicker and redraw problems with move of the window - i disable this Effect - it is to slow and a little bit bugy (If I a window push wildly around I lose this sometime to the screen edge, although I had not let go the mouse key). Finally, secondly I wish a window resize button in the left lower corner - not only in the right corner! Thirdly, change the intensive off transparency Mode. Now, thanks so lot for this very nice new Tool!
Snaporaz
Snaporaz
Jan 23 2011
1.1.1
5.0
Jan 23 2011
5.0
Version: 1.1.1
i agree with some other reviewers - would buy the app immediately if price would be no more than $10. better 3 purchases for $10 than none for $24.99....
Leo-Spill
Leo-Spill
Dec 28 2010
1.1.0
0.0
Dec 28 2010
0.0
Version: 1.1.0
Agree with the last reviewer, It's a cool and fun extra... but $25 ? It's a no brainer, needs to under ten bucks.
mpiekielnik
mpiekielnik
Dec 27 2010
1.1.0
0.0
Dec 27 2010
0.0
Version: 1.1.0
Interesting, but way too expensive. I think it could be a 'must have' (and sold in tens of thousands) when priced below $10.
Sherman-Wilcox
Sherman-Wilcox
Dec 17 2010
1.0.0
0.0
Dec 17 2010
0.0
Version: 1.0.0
Interesting. But unless it gives me a quick way to return my windows to its size/position before I pinned it to a side, it's useless.
Easer
Easer
Dec 7 2010
0.9
3.0
Dec 7 2010
3.0
Version: 0.9
It has some interesting features, although I think it still needs work. What intrigues me most, though, is that this allows you to window shade! Perhaps, at last, Unsanity will have some competition?
Macmaria
Macmaria
Dec 7 2010
0.9
0.0
Dec 7 2010
0.0
Version: 0.9
For some reason, it crashes on me all the time. I tried to find the email of the developer to send the crash reports, but there's none available on the official website. Also left a comment on the blog asking for a way to send the log and no response. I think I'll give up on Deskovery.
Apap
Apap
Dec 1 2010
0.8.7
5.0
Dec 1 2010
5.0
Version: 0.8.7
"Compiz-like" Wobbly windows rocks!
$24.38Buy Now
2.2
0.0
App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.11.0 or later
License: 
PaidOne-Time Purchase

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