MenuPop Gives Instant Access to Application Menus from Anywhere
Ever wish you could access an applications menubar immediately, from anywhere? MenuPop fulfills this desire, activating an apps menu from anywhere with the click of a hot key or mouse cursor, by creating a contextual menu out of the main menu. This means you can access the Apple menu, File, Edit, everything, instantly from a quick shortcut.
MenuPop is a great tool especially for Mac users with multiple displays, because once you set the primary display, the menubar sticks on that screen only. It’s also very handy if you spend a lot of time in OS X Lion’s full screen apps. Less moving the cursor means more productivity, and plus it’s free to download, so why not give it a try?
Download MenuPop from the Mac App Store – free August 9 only, otherwise $4.99
The app works fine in nearly all applications in Mac OS X 10.6 and OS X 10.7, and you can adjust the font size of the popup menu to accomodate your preferences. It’s fairly customizable, so be sure to check out the preferences to get a feel for the apps abilities.