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Melisandre

A window manager app using shortcuts for macOS

Melisandre app is a window manager app to control other app's window using shortcut.

You can find a window, move, resize it using shortcuts defined by yourself...

Melisandre has time-unlimited Free Trial and allow Pro features, you can try it now.

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If you want to stay organized and productive, Magnet for Mac is the perfect solution! It will help you with the application switching as it makes windows into tiles on your screen. You can multitask, compare information between the apps or just keep everything nice, simple and easy.

Chris Messina- Product designer & entrepreneur
This is one of the simplest way to resize and position windows on your Mac!
Dustin Knopoff- Student, CS/Design
Easy windows management with multiply configurations
Ben Parker- Designer/Front End Dev, rileyrichter
Magnet for Mac allows you to split the screen into halves or quarters by just dragging and dropping windows. I love it and it works as advertised and I haven't really found any glitches with it. Another popular app is Moom. Moom doesn't use drag and drop though. Hope this helps!
TechRepublic
Magnet, CrowdCafe's macOS window manager, may be the most helpful third-party application I've ever used. The unobtrusive tool helps keep my Mac desktop organized. With support for up to six desktops, the application enables moving and automatically resizing windows via keyboard shortcut commands, the menu bar, or simply dragging windows to new locations.
Lifehacker
We've seen a few different tools for Windows-esque window management on Mac over the years, but none of those ever fit well with my workflow. Magnet is an app that's been around for a while, but a few recent updates have finally made it the app I need.
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BetterSnapTool

Manage your window positions and size from your keyboard

BetterSnapTool allows you to easily manage your window positions and sizes by either dragging them to one of the screen’s corners or to the top, left or right side of the screen. This enables you to easily maximize your windows, position them side by side or even resize them to quarters of the screen.

Chip Hanna- VP, Dando
I use BetterSnapTool - very customizable.
petestaples- President, Blue Clover Devices
Simple, low-cost. Most of our team uses it.
Jens Becker- Headline
Not as shiny and fancy as some of its recent competitors. But this is till my go to tool to emulate the Windows snapping feature.
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Fleetsmith goes GA

Powerful, secure Mac fleet management - now for everyone

Fleetsmith makes it effortless to manage a fleet of Macs and secure them through the internet. Now it's out of beta and in GA (with iOS management coming soon!).

Integrated with Apple's Device Enrollment Program, Fleetsmith provides zero touch deployment. When an employee gets a new device, it connects to Fleetsmith and configures automatically.

TechCrunch
Fleetsmith, a startup that wants to make it easier for companies to manage their Apple devices, announced a $7.7 million Series A round today led by Upfront Ventures. Seed investors Index Ventures and Harrison Meta also participated in the round. The company has raised a total of $11 million.
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Divvy

Simple Mac window management

Alex Hanschke- CTO, techdev Solutions
Stays out of the way, can be configured to use presets bound to shortcuts, i.e. left-half, right-half, fullscreen.
Craig Phillips
Unlimited memory configuration for window positioning that just works no matter how many monitors are attached. (I vary between just the laptop, one external only and up to three monitors in use in a day)
Nathan Bashaw- Head of Product at Gimlet Media
Anytime someone sees me use this, they freak out and ask me how I did that.
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