Clayton, New Jersey – Macubes today is proud to annonce the release of VDOMint 1.1 for Mac OS, an update to the company’s second application. VDOMint provides Mac users with a Menu Bar for YouTube, making searching for new and trending video content a super-fast, effortless process. It is the instant access tool to what’s hot in video format from around the globe.
Working just like a YouTube Spotlight, VDOMint includes a host of features that make it a must-have app for any Mac user with a YouTube channel or interest in viewing videos from YouTube. Its features include a shortcut key setting for go-to, quick access, a transparency setting for the video player, as well as these cool features that make viewing YouTube video content a breeze:
* Snapping to edges
* Option to launch at log in
* Option to loop video on player
* Adding transparency in player
* YouTube URL drag and drop over player/menu-bar
* Full screen setting for player
Following its successful launch of Gridustra, the application that helps Mac users boost their productivity by arranging their windows easily and save time, this is Macubes second application. Offering new UI refinements, version 1.1 now includes Drag & Drop support in Status Bar and Player Window from YouTube URLs, as well as minor and major bug fixes.
* OS X 10.10 or later
* 64-bit processor
* 13.6 MB
Pricing and Availability:
VDOMint 1.1 is Free and available worldwide exclusively through the Mac App Store in the Entertainment category. To find out more about VDOMint’s feature-rich functionality, please contact Nandu Soosan.
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