The Dock replacement for the Mac.
Boost your productivity with the most advanced and versatile app and window manager for the Mac.
Find the window you’re looking for at a glance. If an application has more than one window, you’ll know right away. Click that application to open the window menu, which allows you to bring any window or even just the application itself to focus. You can turn window grouping off, and all your individual windows will be shown right in uBar. You can even enable windows previews so that when you hover the pointer above an app you can preview of all it’s windows (depicted above).
The Dock was great when it was released in 2001. Today, you need more power and more functionality. uBar can be configured as a dock or task bar for macOS.
uBar configured as a dock.
uBar configured as a task bar.
Creative professionals, developers, and power-users often make use of multiple-monitor setups. Only uBar lets you take full advantage of that setup. When you set uBar to display on all your screens, by default each screen will have it’s own bar, which will only display the apps and/or windows associated with that screen. Alternatively, you can turn-on Mirror mode and see the same bar on every screen. Either way, you’ll finally be able to take full advantage of your pro setup.
When an app wants your attention, it’s tile flashes in the active area.
Hold the Control key to see the CPU and RAM usage of each app.
See the track position in media apps like Music, Spotify, and VLC.
See badge information in large, legible red app badges or tooltips.
Spot launching, unresponsive, and restorable apps immediately.
You can display uBar on any monitor, or all of them.
uBar can be positioned on any side of the screen: bottom, left, right, or top.
Drag and Drop
Drag folders and files onto Apps to launch them.
Drag the edge to expand uBar up to five rows in height.
Set window grouping to Always, Never, or Automatic.
Add your favorite apps, folders, and files to the favorites area.
Hover the cursor over an app to see a visual preview of the windows within.
List Applications, System Preferences, and custom Apps and Folders.
The clock area displays the day, date, and time.
Hover over the clock area to display the Calendar.
Pin or unpin uBar to any corner of the screen. Unpin all directions to make it float.
Display a built-in or custom dial above the calendar when hovering over the clock area.
System (i.e. Automatic), Light, Dark, Platinum Neue, Now Playing, or Custom.
Set the size to Automatic, Small, Medium, Large, or Huge.
Show apps by Launch, Alphabetical, or Manual Order. They can be excluded as well.
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