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.
Version 3.0:New Features:
- Windows can now be snapped to edges and corners, and resized to either full screen, half screen (edges), or quarter screen (corners) when snapped.
- Revert last Moom action (either snapped actions only or any Moom action) by dragging a Moomed window.
- New “Zoom to fit” custom control mimics the behavior of the stock green button. (Hat tip to Tim H. for the suggestion.)
- Initial grid cell location is now shown onscreen, prior to click-and-drag. (Hat tip to Janusz B. for the suggestion.)
Bug Fixes and Improvements:
- Fixed a bug that would sometimes cause the keyboard grid to remain onscreen after use.
- Minor changes to Moom’s user interface.