Automatically hide applications not actively in use

November 25, 2009 in Mac OSX (E)

[] Raleigh, North Carolina - Pariahware, Inc, a consulting firm and shareware developer, has announced today it is shipping Shoo Apps v1.1, a menu bar utility that allows per-application granularity for hiding inactive applications, in order to help keep your workspace uncluttered. With Shoo Apps, the user can choose to have all inactive applications hide at the same time or give each individual application its own interval. Options for hiding range from hiding immediately to not hiding at all.

"We are pleased to be offering this new version of Shoo Apps ready for the public", stated Christian Miller, President of Pariahware, Inc. "In addition to ensuring that Shoo Apps is functioning correctly for Snow Leopard, we have also giving the application an improved user interface. And of course Shoo Apps is still fully compatible with Leopard."

New in this version is:
* Improved user interface
* Full compatibility with Mac OS X 10.6
* Improved compatibility with Mac OS X 10.5

System Requirements:
* Mac OS X 10.5 or 10.6 Snow Leopard

Pricing and Availability:
Pariahware's Shoo Apps is shareware and comes with a 7 day free trial. Shoo Apps v1.1 is available for Mac OS X at a cost of $15.00 USD for new users, and is a free upgrade for existing users.

Pariahware, Inc. provides consulting services for those wishing to have cross-platform software developed for iPhone, Macintosh, Windows and Linux. Pariahware, Inc. was founded in 2001 and is based in Raleigh, NC.