HyperDock for Mac lets you take a quick look at the windows you have open in each program when you hover over icons in the Dock. See thumbnails of both open and minimized windows in the same place, and quickly access the programs you need with one click through this app's intuitive and convenient interface.
When you install HyperDock, it will run from the System Preferences menu. To customize your user experience, you can set Preferences for Enabling Window Previews and Activation Delay Time in milliseconds. It's also possible to select whether or not you want to include windows from all display spaces in the thumbnail previews that pop up, and to turn on or off the inclusion of minimized windows. Windows previews can appear in order of creation time or of most recent usage, and you can select or deselect certain Dock items if you don't want them to show previews. In addition to the main features of this app, there are also some additional touches, such as the ability to create and manage keyboard shortcuts for the app's controls, and the option to have windows snap automatically when you drag them to the edges of the screen.
HyperDock for Mac is a powerful and convenient program, with a lot of great features. It runs smoothly, and it's free to try for 15 days to see if it's something you'd like to use on a regular basis. If you do want to keep the program, you'll have to pay $9.95 for a full license, which seems a little high, even though the app does work quite well.
Ever wondered how to bring a single window to front instead of a whole application? The Window Preview bubble shows you every single window of an application just by holding the mouse on a dock item!
It can even see minimized windows and windows from other spaces and is fully drag & drop aware.
HyperDock adds fully configurable shortcuts to your dock apps.
Assign keys & mouse buttons to hide or quit apps, start Expose, open Safari tabs, Finder Windows and much more.
HyperDock brings advanced window management features to the Mac OS platform:
- Move & resize windows just by holding down keys and moving your mouse.
- Automatically resize windows when dragging to screen edges (Window Snapping).
- Move windows between spaces with a keystroke
- Quickly switch space with arrow or number keys while dragging windows
Hover the mouse over the iTunes dock item to view information about the current song, You can pause or skip songs and even adjust volume just by scrolling on the itunes icon.
On iCal, a summary of the upcoming events is displayed.
What's new in this version:
- OS X 10.9 Mavericks support
- Improved animations
- Special media previews for Spotify and Vox
- An option to show event locations in the Calendar preview
- Reduced memory & energy consumption
- Various changes & tweaks