Window management on MacOS isn’t particularly great. Sure, you can make optimized apps completely full-screen or have two apps side by side in a split-screen view.
What if you don’t want the full-screen experience and want to organize a handful of floating windows on your desktop? Well, without a third-party app, you’ll be dragging floating windows around freely and manually resizing everything to fit. If you want a similar window snap experience like you get in Windows, consider one of these four apps:
- Magnet: $0.99 (£0.99 or AU$1.49)
- BetterSnapTool: $2.99 (£2.99 or AU$4.49)
- Moom: $9.99 (£9.99 or AU$14.99)
- Divvy: $13.99 (£13.99 or AU$21.99)
Here, you go ..
Dropbox or Google Drive
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