Resolution Changer shows a status item in your menu bar that lets you quickly and easily change your display settings. This is done by ignoring the operation system setting of hiding potentially unsafe resolutions. Depending on your display setup, you can set the screen resolution.
- Minimal app in the menu bar
- Non-standard resolutions available - 2560x1600, 2048x1280, 1650x1050, 1440x900, 1280x800, 1152x720, 1024x768, 840x524, 800x600
Thank you for using the app! We fixed bugs and made some improvements to enhance your experience with the application.
Ratings and Reviews
Probably not what you are looking for
If you are like me, you were looking for something that would let an older MacBook Pro (late 2015) operate a pair of 4k displays at lower resolution than 3840x2160 (perhaps 2560x1440 or 1920x1080) but at a higher framerate (the trails my mouse was making at 30fps were really annoying). This app didn’t allow me to change the fps, even at a lower frame rate, in fact it seemed to just use the scaling options the OS has built in. Lame, and I wish I could get my money back.
Won’t work on LG 29UM57 29” ultra wide
Just spent 10 dlls for nothing, and their claim that it works with non-standard resolutions is a lie. 2560x1600 is not even in the menu.
waste of time, offers features which may be available as freeware
only allows access to the resolutions of the display, not of the graphics card. may be available elsewhere as freeware.
I wanted to scale the resolution of the virtual display on my screen sharing session to the resolution of the monitor it was displayed on (1080p). This resolution is supported on my macbook pro, but the app can’t set it, it can only set the connected display resolutions.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.