- Honestly, I don't think there is a "best", but this one is pretty awesome, affordable, and usually ranks in the Top 5 Top Paid apps on the App Store. I use it and it's combo of using either keyboard shortcuts and/or grid system is great.Magnet for Mac is really easy to use. Be on the look out for times when they have the app on sale for $1. It is definitely worth it.
- I like Spectacle because of the hotkeys - super efficient, free.
- Christian Renninger made this productCheck this out if you're a trackpad user! Swish uses swipe gestures for window snapping instead of dragging or keyboard shortcuts. It includes a 2×2 and 2×3 grid, custom offsets and support for spaces & multi-monitor setups.This is pretty darn close to perfect for what I always wanted with a gesture / controller app. • Dock icon and window titlebar gestures are top dollar good (just wish I could customize them). • Multi-layer gestures is a very smart solution, love it • Ability to add modifiers to actions is very good to have • BUILT IN PINCH TO ZOOM AUTO-FIXER WHATTTTTT?!?!?!? 🤤✨
- This is one of the few software that I actually paid for when I was a student. It's "Magnet for Mac" on steroids. I use shortcuts like a ⌘+option+, to put a window on left half of the screen, ⌘+option+. for right half, ⌘+option+control+, to move a window to the left desktop, and etc. You can customize anything, and even make macros.
- Main features of the software: 1. Split screen on Mac into multiple sizes and positions by 7 preset window locations 2. Draw the desired size and location for a window by grid 3. Use the keyboard shortcuts to quickly control your window positions 4. Support most apps and keep update all the time 5. Work on a great stability and performance
- Aris made this productIf you are looking for a window manager app that supports: - gestures (trackpad & magic mouse) - keyboard shortcuts - snapping by dragging windows to corners/edges - menu bar options all in one single app, you may want to check out Grid (https://macgrid.app).