East Midlands, United Kingdom – Light Pillar is thrilled to announce that its recently launched app ‘Mosaic’ has been met with praise from two highly respected industry names. Mosaic is the newest and most complete solution for managing window positions and sizes on macOS. Its intuitive and powerful features are unlike any competing solutions and allow users to create efficient and productive workspaces with a level of ease and precision not previously available. Launched in January 2017, the first professional reviews are now coming in with both MacTrast and Mac|Life magazine awarding Mosaic 4.5 stars out of 5.
“Huge kudos to the folks at Light Pillar for one-upping Apple.” – Ian Fuchs, Senior Editor | Mactrast
Ian concluded his review with the following verdict: “Mosaic is a delightful utility that solved a problem that I didn’t know NEEDED solving. It has improved my efficiency on my computer by enabling me to spend less time fiddling and more time actually working. As I use it more and more, I find that I miss it when I’m on a computer that isn’t mine. For being a third party application, it feels like a native part of macOS, and I can only imagine it getting better from here!”
Mac|Life concluded with:
“Mosaic caters for everyone who needs to work with multiple windows, whether your needs are simple or very specific.”
* macOS 10.11 (El Capitan) or higher
* Remote Control app requires iOS 10.1 or higher
Pricing and Availability:
If you missed the launch of Mosaic and would like to find out more, we welcome you to get in touch and take Mosaic for a test drive. Mosaic 1.0.7 is available as a free, fully unlocked, 7-day trial. Thereafter, Mosaic can be purchased in two standalone flavours: Standard Edition and Pro Edition (depending on the features required) and also as a subscription service with the Business Edition. Plan and pricing details available at Light Pillar online. Complimentary License codes and substantial reader discount codes available on request.
Light Pillar is a two-man independent developer of macOS, iOS and WatchOS. Gareth Clarke and Neil Casini were introduced to each other in 2008 as work began on the critically acclaimed 2009 Nintendo Wii game, Dead Space: Extraction. A solid working relationship formed which not only shone through in the game, but laid a path for them eventually founding Light Pillar and expressing their creativity and structured work ethic exclusively on Apple platforms. Copyright (C) 2017 Light Pillar Software Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac OS X, iPhone, iPod, iPad and Apple Watch are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.Click here for reuse options!
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