iPhone and iPad users have it easy. Nearly every application fits the screen perfectly, though switching from one app to another isn’t as elegant as on a Mac who can clutter up a screen with a dozen or more app windows.
That’s why there’s an cottage industry of app window managers, including a new one called AROW.
Mac app windows can be resized, repositioned, re-arranged– all by dragging the window to the edge of the Mac’s screen. Windows pop into place; far more organized than before, on Macs with multiple displays, too.
App windows can be maneuvered into place four ways. Drag a window to the edge of the screen. Or, set a keyboard shortcut to move the window. Or, use the smart panel to pop app windows into place. Finally, simply right-click the green minimize button in the app window’s upper left corner to get a window to adjust to half the Mac’s screen size.
AROW is good for a first release. There’s also a Windows version because PCs have a similar app window clutter problem. AROW is priced about the same as Moom, which has been around awhile and has a few more features.