Menubar app launcher for Mac

runs on Mac
screenshot of XMenu

If you're busy, then your Dock is probably bursting from the seams from all the application icons you've dragged into it, hoping that you can more easily find those apps that you use all the time. After a while, though, it gets almost impossible to see which apps all those little icons stand for, because they're just too darn small. So how do you keep those important apps close to you, but still be able to tell which ones you're clicking on?

XMenu can give you a hand with this. It lives in the menubar and gives you single location to pick your applications from. It groups apps into categories, and lets you unfold them as you drill down to find the one you're after. Application names show, so you're sure you're getting what you're after, and once you make your selection, the menu goes away and gets out of your way. Spend more time getting work done and less time trying to remember what that teeny tiny little Dock icon stands for.

XMenu is a free Mac application. It runs under OS X 10.5 (Leopard) and later.

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