Application Wizard provides fast access to applications, documents, folders, and disks. It lets you quickly open, quit, and make applications active, run AppleScripts, and reduce screen clutter by turning on single-application mode.
With Application Wizard you can also browse volumes and favorite folders to quickly open enclosed items, eject and mount disks, check memory usage, and to easily access recent documents, contacts, and your iPhoto or Aperture library. Finally, Application Wizard lets you preview images, music, movies, and documents, and view file properties and metadata.
- The incompatibilities with Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite have been fixed.
- On Yosemite, the menu panel and the Application Wizard buttons in the menu bar have a new appearance.
- On Yosemite, the menu panel has now a dark background when Dark Mode is turned on.
- Icons in the Open, Quit, Switch, and Special menus have been revised.
- Multiple selected applications in the Open and Quit menus are now marked with blue and red dots, respectively.
- The green dots marking linked applications in the Switch menu and the arrows marking resolved aliases in the Special menu have been redesigned.
- The appearance of the Contacts/Address Book submenu has been revised. In addition to that, on Mac OS X 10.9 or later, new social network profiles (Tencent Weibo and Yelp) are now supported.
- Slideshows of PDF files have been revised and improved on Mac OS X 10.9 or later.
- Alias resolution in the Special menu has been revised and some incompatibilities with Mac OS X 10.8 or later have been fixed.
- On Yosemite, sharing services are no longer available to 32-bit applications. For this reason, Application Wizard no longer supports sharing files and folders, adding photos to Aperture, and setting desktop pictures when running on Mac OS X 10.10.
- Some minor bugs have been fixed and some other minor interface improvements have been introduced.
OS X 10.4 or later