TaskBoard brings the simplicity of iOS to your Mac.
Access all your running tasks with simple keystroke combinations and with a five fingers multitouch gesture. TaskBoard is specially useful when you are using many fullscreen apps at the same time. Swap between active tasks or kill tasks
with a single click.
New on Beta 0.44
- Global multitouch gesture;
- Main performance issues fixed;
- Preview option removed;
- Scrollbars display fixed;
- Monitor app performance issues fixed;
- Mouse gesture removed.
New on Beta 0.44.1
- Multilingual Application identification issue fixed;
New on Beta 0.5.1
- New System Preferences Pane;
- Vertical and Horizontal tray style;
-OS X 10.8 or later;
- Simple running apps management.
- Useful when there are many fullscreen apps running.
- Full customizable keyboard behaviour.
- Global five fingers swipe up gesture.
- Close apps right from TaskBoard
- Better performance.
- Horizontal and vertical tray style.
- Includes user's quick guide.
- Lghtweight App.
- Free app.
Thanks for Tbbeta032, it's excellent!
huge memory leak on 10.8.3 on Air. can't figure out installed version of Taskboard but it should be latest since I installed it in April. Taskboard04 is leaking memory until harddrive runs full with spawfiles in vm.
It works for me, but I am having a problem configuring it.The global shortcut works in the first launch but when I change the shortcut it stops calling the application. Now I can't use the global shortcut feature anymore I have to manually launch the app whenever I want to use it. i don't have a multi-touch Trackpad so I haven't tested the multi-touch feature by now. And please add a feature to change the appearance of the icons (App Icon Size).
This is getting better with the gesture to bring it up. (Five finger swipe). I am really liking this "app". And for all the people that can't get it to launch: To launch the app, you need to click on the DMG file you downloaded. That mounts a "drive" with the installer package on your Desktop. Click on the "drive" symbol and that will open a window. In the window, click on the "Box" icon, that will launche the installer. Follow the directions on the screen. Of course, you probably will never see these instructions. Good luck!
Interesting idea. It's looking good. I think the keyboard shortcut choice could be set by selecting the keys rather than by a drop down list. I'm finding it a bit jumpy on the animated transitions and the app names are cut off at the bottom of the screen. I look forward to further updates.