Easily add gestures to macOS
Multitouch lets you link a custom action with a specific magic trackpad or magic mouse gesture. For example, a click can run a three fingers stuck. Improve your workflow executing keyboard shortcuts, controlling your browser tabs, clicking the middle mouse button and more.
- one-time purchase and free updates to a growing list of gestures and actions.
- Privacy. No user data is collected application.
- It does not require accessibility privileges to run.
- Added gestures for single finger click or force touch in top left or right corners of the trackpad
- Added trackpad gestures for "rest one finger and tap one finger to the left or right"
- Made "rest plus tap" gestures less likely to be executed accidentally when swiping
- Fixed a bug with haptic feedback sometimes not happening immediately for the "rest plus tap" gestures when enabled
- Fixed a bug where three and four finger force touch gestures would prevent single finger force touches from performing built-in macOS force touch behavior
- Fixed a bug where some Apple gestures could stop working when Multitouch was running
OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor