MenuPop is a simple yet effective Mac application that provides you with immediate access to the menu bar of any program you're working with.
In the Preferences menu you can find all the information you need in order to configure MenuPop's settings. You get to choose from two modes for popping up any app's menu: by setting a keyboard shortcut or a mouse button. After configuring these options, you can minimize MenuPop and check how it works.
I tested this app on several applications within my Mac and it worked perfectly. The response was fast and I got instant access to the menu of any tested program.
A good thing about working with MenuPop is that it allows you to customize the appearance of any displayed menu by changing the font size of the listed menu items, hide or show the Apple menu, display shortcuts, etc.
Briefly, MenuPop proves to be a great addition to any user's collection of programs, especially if he or she is working with dual displays or on a large sized monitor. The application comes at a reasonable price, offers immediate response, and works with almost all Mac apps.
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