Moom allows you to move and zoom windows — using either the mouse or the keyboard — to predefined locations and sizes, or to full screen mode.
When used via the mouse, all you need to do is hover over a green resize button, and Moom’s interface appears. When used via the keyboard, press your defined shortcut, and the Moom keyboard bezel appears; you can then move windows using the arrow keys and modifier keys.
Moom can be run as a traditional application, a menu bar application, or a completely faceless background application.
What’s New in Moom
- Added a basic set of Touch Bar controls to the keyboard controls panel.
Bug Fixes and Improvements
- Adobe’s apps should now work with Moom, except for the green button pop-up.
- Worked around an incompatibility with DockShelf. (Hat tip to Rik W. for reporting the issue.)
- Worked around an incompatibility with Subliminal. (Hat tip to Panin S. for reporting the issue.)
- Fixed a bug that prevented reusing keyboard shortcuts after they’d been assigned and then removed, if the associated action had been moved. (Hat tip to Mike H. for reporting this one.)
Requirements for Moom
- Intel, 64-bit processor
- OS X 10.7 or later