Application Wizard provides easy access to your applications, documents, folders, and disks.
With Application Wizard you can:
quickly open favorite applications and groups of applications;
open recent applications, applications in the Applications folder, and System Preferences panes;
quit multiple or all applications at the same time;
quit background-only applications and the Finder;
force applications to quit;
open applications without restoring their windows;
quit applications and close all their windows;
disable window restoration for specific applications;
switch between applications;
bring specific windows to the front when making applications active;
show and hide groups of applications;
mark 32-bit applications and applications opened using Rosetta;
turn on single application mode.
In addition to that, Application Wizard lets you:
eject disks and servers and mount ejected disks;
browse volumes and favorite folders to quickly open enclosed items;
easily access recent folders, documents, and servers;
browse your iPhoto or Aperture library;
quickly look up your Address Book contacts;
check system memory usage;
view information about files and open them with specific applications;
preview images, music, movies, and documents;
display pictures and PDF files as slideshows;
easily view the metadata associated with images, songs, movies, and PDF files;
define keyboard shortcuts to quickly accomplish frequent tasks.
Application Wizard runs in English, German, Dutch, French, Spanish, and Italian.
Application Wizard requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later (including Mac OS X 10.7 Lion) and runs natively on Intel-based and PowerPC-based Macs.
WHAT'S NEW Version 3.3.1:
The incompatibilities with Mac OS X 10.8 have been solved.
The Aperture Library submenu has been revised, fully supports Aperture 3.3 or later, and displays the new Aperture monochrome icons.
A minor incompatibility of the iPhoto Library submenu with iPhoto 9.3 or later has been fixed.
A bug that could cause sandboxed applications added to the Resume pane of the Application Wizard preferences to disappear from the list has been fixed.
A bug that could cause Application Wizard to crash on Mac OS X 10.7 after the buttons in the menu bar were modified or repositioned has been fixed.
A bug that could cause Application Wizard to stop responding or crash after displaying a phone number in large type has been fixed.
A bug that could cause Application Wizard to crash after trying to preview an audio file contained in the Aperture library has been fixed.
Application Wizard 3.3.2 (October 25, 2012)
On Mac OS X 10.6.6 or later, the Contacts/Address Book submenu lets you now call phone numbers and send text messages with Skype, start FaceTime video calls, display maps showing the location of addresses, and copy map URLs.
On Mac OS X 10.7 or later, the Contacts/Address Book submenu supports social network profiles and new instant messaging services (Facebook, Gadu-Gadu, Google Talk, QQ, Skype).
On Mac OS X 10.8, the Contacts submenu lets you now start Messages conversations.
The incompatibilities of the iPhoto Library submenu with iPhoto 9.4 or later have been solved.
An incompatibility with Mac OS X 10.8 that caused the Restart, Shut Down, and Log Out commands to always reopen windows when logging back in has been solved.
Some minor bugs have been fixed.
Application Wizard 3.3.3 (January 18, 2013)
A minor incompatibility of the iPhoto Library submenu with iPhoto 9.3 or later has been solved.
A bug that caused images with an orientation tag to be incorrectly copied to the Clipboard has been fixed.
Some other minor bugs have been fixed.