So it is with apps for your Mac. Back in the day, we Mac users could customize the Mac OS Menubar, specifically the Apple menu, to create a way to navigate with a click to any app, file, or folder on the Mac.
That’s not as easily done in OS X today unless you use an app like CustomMenu. This is a new take on an old idea which made it easy to navigate to popular apps, files, or folders with a single click to the Menubar.
See what you can do with a click?
From within the open menu all you need to do is navigate to an app, file, or folder and select to open. In folders, you can also browse the contents.
You’re in control, too, and can setup groups which hold specific apps or folders, fully customizable.
The benefit of using CustomMenu is obvious. As you add apps and utilities to the Dock or Menubar, things get cluttered, visually. With CustomMenu you won’t even need the Dock.
One click navigates anywhere. And, there’s a built-in option to display more information, including file type, size, creation and modification date.
Well done. Fast. Inexpensive.