Multliple screen support
You can add Sidebar on either on, some or all of your screen. Sidebar will even remember you monitor setup and restore the setting for you.
Reserves screen space
The macOS Dock doesn't prevent windows from overlapping with the Dock. Sidebar does if you enable this setting. This will make your
Sidebar feel al lot more like other systems (e.g. Windows or Linux)
You can customize the style of your Sidebars to match your style!
Just hover over an application and you will get a preview of all its windows. You can easily switch between multiple windows using this feature!
Just hover over the date or time on any of your Sidebars to open a convenient calendar
Click on the Sidebar logo to open a list of all launchable applications, along with some convenient short actions.
Control the alignment of your application icons
Align your application icons to the left, center or to the right of Sidebar
Additional styling option: rounded corners
You can now customize the corner radius of Sidebar
Add window titles to preview windows
Sidebar now also shows the window title of each window in the preview windows. Makes navigation more easily
Additional styling option: individual app-spacing
Customize the spacing between applications. We also added an option for dynamic spacing so that
application icons will distribute evenly across Sidebar
Configure Sidebar position
You can now pin Sidebar also to the left or right side of your screen
You can now automatically hide your Sidebars when you don't need it. Just move your cursor to the side of the screen
that you pinned Sidebar on to make it appear again
Different types of running indicators
You can now also use a line instead of a dot as running indicator for applications
Add more features to previews window
You can now close windows directly from the preview window. Just hover over a preview and press the X button. Clicking on a
preview window will now maximize or minimize the window depending on the current window state