Pock

Display macOS Dock in Touch Bar

#4 Product of the DayMarch 26, 2019
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Pock can place your macOS Dock inside your MacBook's TouchBar, letting you enjoy your screen in full-size every time!
Reviews
  • Alexander Sergin
    Alexander SerginChudo happens
    Pros: 

    Looks pretty)

    Cons: 

    You can add customisation to add just required apps instead of all dock content. Now it's not easy to scroll touch bar each time.

    Great job! You can hide dock and use Touch Bar instead. And get more screen space. But actually this approach is not effective for me( I need to look at touch bar and slide it to get required app. It's much more faster to click on app icon in dock.

    Alexander Sergin has used this product for one day.
  • Nemanja Rauš
    Nemanja Raušproduct designer
    Pros: 

    I like accessibility of dock icons in touch bar.

    Cons: 

    I'm really missing 2 finger double-tap on app icon in dock to see all active and recently open windows.

    Really great job there. Quick feedback, x and esc should be swapped cos now it's really confusing and if you guys can include active and recently open functionality it would be really awesome product. Maybe simple 1 finger double-tap or long press can be a trigger here?

    Nemanja Rauš has used this product for one day.
Discussion
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Amrith Shanbhag
Amrith Shanbhag@amrith · Community + Social at Product Hunt
Wondering why this isn't the default setting.
Andrew-David
Andrew-David@andrewdavidj · Co-Founder at Wild Gamut
Handy tool :) That logo is very close to Patreon's, though :P
Anna Filou
Anna Filou@anna_0x · Tech Geek, Web Designer, Illustrator
@andrewdavidj yes, definitely looks identical to Patreon ‘s at least at first glance
tony carreon
tony carreon@tonycarreon
thanks for hunting! downloaded installed.. great little addition and actually makes the touch bar useful. shows your dock (scrollable if you have a lot of items on it) - apps and stacks as well as trash. indicators show which app is running and the foreground app is highlighted. keeps the dock on the TB even with other apps are in focus though, so keep that in mind. you can hide it by taping the (X) and it'll slide away to the control strip. i do notice intermittent high CPU usage and lagging especially when it starts up and when sliding to get to either end of the touch-bar-dock . maybe they'll be addressed in an update.
Joe McLean
Joe McLean@_joemclean · UX Designer & UI developer
Downloaded, it asked for security and privacy privileges, allowed, tried to open, didn't work, deleted.
Matt Taylor
Matt Taylor@matttaylor8910
@_joemclean Same behavior here
Abhilash KV
Abhilash KV@abhilash_kv
@_joemclean Its goes and sits in your menubar. Yes there was no indication of that, took me a min to see that
Joe McLean
Joe McLean@_joemclean · UX Designer & UI developer
@abhilash_kv I saw it blink in the top menu bar and then disappeared.
csharp.ninja
csharp.ninja@csharp_ninja
@_joemclean I had the same issue and it was caused by dock spacers. I removed those spaces and it worked.
Really well done! I only have an issue with "Esc" and the "X". They are confusing. I think their position should be swapped.
Nemanja Rauš
Nemanja Rauš@nemanja_raus · product designer
@dark333r Good point.