Touché
Touché
1.1.4

5.0

Touché free download for Mac

Touché

1.1.4
28 June 2019

On screen touch bar simulator.

Overview

Touché will simulate the touch bar on your screen Mac's display. You can assign a global keyboard shortcut for easy toggling of the simulated Touch Bar window. Leave Touché running, and when inspiration to see the Touch Bar strikes? Just press the keyboard shortcut. See something in the Touch Bar that you want to share with a friend or colleague? Touché provides global keyboard shortcuts for saving a screen capture to disk, or copying it directly to the pasteboard.

What's new in Touché

Version 1.1.4:
  • Fix a problem launching on an unreleased update to macOS

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6 Touché Reviews

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Macmanux
15 November 2016

Most helpful

Great app! Gives me a perfect impression as to how a toucher equipped Macbook would work - wonderful decision help. Of course, it doesn't make much sense on a normal screen, and opera table with the mouse. But this is not the developer's fault, the intent is to get the idea, and this is very well done.
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Version 1.0
LeMerlot
16 June 2019
Touché is super helpful – especially if you combine it with Better Touch Tool. I have a MacBook Pro with integrated Touch Bar but thanks to Touché I can use all those context-sensitive functions of the MacBook's Touch Bar directly with the mouse – which speeds up my workflow again. And when I don't need it, I hide it quickly with the mouse based on Better Touch Tool. Love it !! :D
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Version 1.1.3
hwgray
28 November 2016
I'm using Touché with macOS 10.12.2 Beta (16C48b) and it seems to work perfectly. I've been using it for only about five minutes, so who knows whether I'll later find a problem. Meanwhile...
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Version 1.0.1
Derekcurrie
19 November 2016
There was a bug in the app The Hit List that was triggered by running Touché, which turned out to be (as per guess of the dev of Touché) an incompatibility of The Hit List with Apple's Touch Bar. The dev of The Hit List pushed out an update that solves the problem as of yesterday.

Meanwhile, Touché is a great free utility. The developer is an excellent fellow who was very responsive when I wrote him about the incompatibility of The Hit List.

It was unsurprisingly painful to run Apple's installer for macOS 10.12.2 v2 on my 12.12.2v1 boot volume. But that's Apple's fault. (The first attempt, I ran the update installer from my main volume. The installer hung during the final minute of updating. So I ran the updater from my second volume that I use for repairs of the first volume. The updater then ran smooth as silk and I got to play with excellent Touché).
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Version 1.0.1
Mr-Appleman-Design-Esq-
18 November 2016
nice piece of add-on software.
Im hoping that Apple adds it to the desktop mac via keyboard soon
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Version 1.0.1
Fariborz
16 November 2016
I do agree with Macmanux. This is a gorgeous app that at least shows what we are missing on a new Macbook! Exceptionally well-made. Thanks.
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Version 1.0
2 answer(s)
George6
George6
16 November 2016
great, now i could verify that i WONT miss the touchbar! :)
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Fariborz
Fariborz
16 November 2016
It needs some time to get used to but all in all it's a happy invention/innovation. Cheers.
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Macmanux
15 November 2016
Great app! Gives me a perfect impression as to how a toucher equipped Macbook would work - wonderful decision help. Of course, it doesn't make much sense on a normal screen, and opera table with the mouse. But this is not the developer's fault, the intent is to get the idea, and this is very well done.
Like (2)
Version 1.0