TouchSwitcher: Fast apps switching from the MacBook Pro Touch Bar

TouchSwitcher lets you bring to focus running apps on your MacBook Pro directly from the Touch Bar. Here’s a hands-on look.

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  1. Manas K says:

    Is it possible to make it be there permanent? Without tapping the application button? 😀 thanks in advance

  2. Morris Anderson says:

    I love touch switcher cool app to make the touch bar awesomely more intriguing

  3. Emad Ahmed says:

    The more I see these videos, the more I realize that the touch bar isn't a necessity. I can easily use keyboard shortcuts to do the same thing faster instead of populating and complicating the touch bar.

  4. Chaxune says:

    people need to give the touchbar a chance. you can challenge its usefulness right now while you can, but give it a few months time and it'll develop.

  5. mountveggie says:

    Awesome recommendation, thanks for the video!

  6. Rachelle Zhang says:

    how do you uninstall this thing?

  7. FishMan72727 says:

    I personally just have different virtual desktops set to different apps, on my 2015 MacBook Pro. I have the shortcuts set to command 1/2/3/4/5/etc. Way easier and wouldn't take up a space on the 2016 model since it's just a shortcut.

  8. conwest says:

    I'm buying a base model

  9. punkmanmatthew says:

    How do you uninstall it?

  10. Brahmy says:

    This is really handy

  11. Маркус says:

    A bit of a pointless app, if you ask me (no one did, though). Maybe I'm just so used to command-tab that I don't feel the need to switch. I don't like the idea of having to look away from the main screen to scroll through open apps. People will become very fast with the touchbar, no doubt. However, I still feel its a gimmick. Its essentially a visual way to select a hot-key command and sometimes scrolling on the trackpad.

  12. Daniel Lee says:

    Cmd + Tab

  13. vidarholmchristensen says:

    Mmmm nice that you have to press the application button all the time. Clever and easy to use..(irony)

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