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CustomMenu

one click navigates anywhere

CustomMenu is available on the Mac App Store

CustomMenu Screenshot

Macworld Gems: Macworld Rating: 4/5 mice

Requirements: Mac OS X 10.8 or later

CustomMenu lets you build your own global menu containing your favorite apps, files and folders. Once created, you can easily open apps and files or browse folders and access their contents from any app with your CustomMenu.

An OS X Dock usually contains running apps, often used apps, files, folders, and minimized windows.  By adding items to CustomMenu instead to your Dock, you can keep your Dock clean and clear but still have them instantly and systemwide accessible.


CustomMenu-Customize Window

Easily create your custom menu by:

  1. creating one or more groups
  2. adding items to your group

Within your custom menu, you can:

  • click to open an app, file or folder
  • ⌘-click to show the app, file or folder in the Finder
  • browse and access folder contents
  • view file info (kind, size, created, modified)
  • select the app to open a file
  • easily switch between running apps

Quickly access your CustomMenu anytime, even when working in full-screen mode.

Custom Menu

Macworld Rating: Macworld Rating: 4/5 mice (4/5)

I look forward to future updates to CustomMenu, but even now, it’s a great utility for quickly accessing your favorite apps, files, and folders from within any app—even when you’re using an app in full-screen mode.

(Source: Macworld.com, Article: "Mac Gems: CustomMenu provides quick access to your favorite apps, files, and folders")
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Instead of digging into the Finder, from whichever app you’re using at the moment, all your apps and files and folders are merely a click away. CustomMenu is well done, elegant, should be included in OS X, but is a bargain price anyway.

(Source: Mac360.com, Article: "Dock Too Crowded? Too Many Utilities In The Mac’s Menubar? Try A Custom Menu")
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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. Well done. Fast. Inexpensive.

(Source: Bohemian Boomer, Article: "App Developer Invents New Way To Navigate The Mac That’s Just Like The Old, Old Way")
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CustomMenu Manual