Moom is an easy-to-use piece of software developed by Many Tricks. It allows the users to improve their navigation on single or multiple displays, making their work simple and relaxing. Moom is a combination of words (move and zoom) and it describes the main purpose of the application.
The tool can run in three modes: standard, menu bar, and faceless. The standard mode will show the application in the application bar and can simply be customized and run from there; the menu bar mode will make the tool appear in the upper bar, which will make it more easy to use, while the faceless mode will remove the program icon from the system dock.
The tool can be used with the help of a mouse or a keyboard. Basically, the users must input their keyboard shortcuts, and set the mode that suits them best. Yet, I find the keyboard to be easier to use as it offers some extra features. What makes this feature-rich application different from similar products is the high applicability of the tool, and the fact that it can be used for single or multiple displays.
All in all, it is safe to say that Moom is an easy-to-use application designed to make exploring and using various applications in an easy manner; it saves the users from having to resize their windows by mouse every time they use multiple applications, and has some pre-defined windows sizes to choose from.
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