A floating toolbar is a Cocoa plug-in that adds great visual interest to your Mac applications, both in terms of window management and attractive eye candy. It can hide windows, make them translucent or clickable, move them around or resize them from the comfort of the user's own toolbar, and much more. Floating action is also available for regular sized windows as well. With the infinite pools feature, users can create any size frame for themselves or multiple windows. This feature provides for a clean look and a pleasant interface for the Cocoa user.
The company behind Afloat, Infinite Labs, has been in the business of making custom window-management tools for many years, starting with Mac application Dock. Afloat has evolved into a comprehensive package of window-management-related solutions for Mac OS X. The company boasts that its new and innovative methods for managing and customizing windows and menus in Mac applications are based on their extensive experience in helping business people gain greater control over their computer systems, by providing them with a streamlined and highly customizable solution for their needs. They also offer advanced support for third party add-ons and add-on developers to help customize and manage the various facets of their clients' systems, from their desktop, to their email and browsing options, to their security features, all accomplished with a friendly user interface and a range of features that truly take care of the user at their level.
In essence, the floating toolbar in the form of a floating window manager takes the boring out of managing windows. With the infinite pool feature, you can easily switch between maximized and non-maximized windows, drag windows around the screen or adjust their transparency, or even drag windows up and down the page itself, which allows for a more dynamic experience in browsing the web. In addition to all these wonderful features, the company is also including many useful features that are useful for both users and add-on and third party developers. With such features as a launch screen for quick apps launching, built-in password protection for Safari and Google Chrome, a built-in FTP, support for Ruby on Rails, MySQL database support and much more, Afloat gives you a very practical, yet quite unique browsing tool for your Mac OS X that will certainly help improve the productivity of your employees while saving you plenty of time in the process. You owe it to yourself to check out the excellent infinitely labs review at the website link below.