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Description

Menu Radius is an alternative to Dock that provides a quick access to all the necessary apps, files and folders. Designed as a circular menu it allows to add items or create groups to keep your favorite programs and files at hand.

QUICK ACCESS TO APPS, FILES AND FOLDERS
- Add items via Drag'n'drop option
- Organize them in groups
- Access from the menu bar or via shortcut key

CUSTOMIZATION OPTIONS
- Choose a skin: black, white or synchronization with a Dock color
- Select a color for the central circle
- Set the keyboard shortcut
- Adjust the speed of planet mode: the outer ring can stay fixed or rotate

Your apps and files are organized in a pleasant circular view with Menu Radius. Work with Mac became more fast and efficient!

What’s New

Version 2.1.4

We really appreciate all your feedbacks and to make them better we made some changes:
• We have found and fixed some bugs of previous versions
• We have improved the stability and performance

Ratings and Reviews

1.8 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

TheDarrow ,

Just OK, but could be great with only a little more effort.

I’ve waited a year for them to develop this more but still a few small things make this almost useless when it could be the best thing ever:

* you still can’t edit the positions/orders of the icons you pull into it… in edit mode, we should be able to move them around.
* there’s still no way of setting a name or one icon or image to show for a group (in the center of the outer ring circles) which means you can’t tell one group appart from another until you click into each because the icons are so small.)
* there’s still no hot key for triggering the menu… the only option is that it stays present on top unless you hit the icon in the top tool bar…. at the very least hiting “Esc” should get rid of it but better would be if you could assign a hot key to to open and close it and better then that would be the option to have it close automatically after you select something.

James Solis ,

Has potential, but now its a big no.

So first off, you will get ads ALOT during the trial, super annoying.

Settings are very limited, and the shortcuts I keep trying to use with my keyboard to make it hide/disappear doesn't always work, ive tried a few.

Im not sure why this is asking me for a 'home folder', you click a link next to it that says 'learn more' and it points you to a dead link -- bit sketchy.

Anyway, Ive added folders into this menu so I can quickly drag and drop files into folder and it doesn't work. Seems like you can open up folders, not drag and drop.

Feels buggy, looks nice, doesn't really work with what I need. It would be perfect if the hide/show worked correctly and I was able to drop files into the folders. Easy buy from there, but it needs some work currently.

Developer Response ,

Hello! Thank you for your feedback. We keep working on our application. Please follow the updates.

thecodercody ,

Doesn’t work as advertised

It creates an icon in your menu bar that will respond to clicks. If the center of the icon fills in, you can see the menuradius-circledock, but if you can’t, it’s gone. …and that is the extent of the program. Ctrl + Click or Right Click doesn’t exist. There isn’t even a way to exit the program, so you must Force Quit the application. Developers don’t respond, and I’m out ten bucks.

Information

Seller
Everyday Tools OOO
Size
15.7 MB
Category
Utilities
Compatibility

OS X 10.11 or later, 64-bit processor

Languages

English, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish

Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© Everyday Tools
Price
Free
In-App Purchases
  1. VIP Pack $11.99
  2. Full Version $7.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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