The humble menu bar is a fascinating part of the Mac OS X interface. It’s always visible, and holds a remarkably prominent position on your display – far more so than the Dock.
Some people love to keep it as empty as possible, while others have so many menu bar apps that it’s literally full to overflowing. Whichever camp you fall into, almost everyone has at least one or two apps that they feel are worthy of a place in the magical menu bar.
Today we’re going to take a close look at 25 different apps that offer really useful menu bar functionality. Each has a short description, and a example video of the app in-use.
I’m not for one moment suggesting that you download and run all of these. That would be crazy. Rather I hope that you’ll find one or two that particularly stand out for you, and become a permanent resident in the top-right corner of your display…
- Make Meetings More Memorable with GoToMeeting http://t.co/PdKKWEtK0V
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- GoToMeeting aims to make #teleconferencing much smoother, easier and more reliable on your iPad. http://t.co/oI1OSerz0l
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- Where Are The Invisible Apps? via @TechCrunch http://t.co/bcdGTEGlpY
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