Your Mac desktop, evolved.
BumpTop is a fun, intuitive 3D desktop that keeps you organized and makes you more productive. Like a real desk, but better!
Required OS: 10.5
I use this application too! its super cool! but I noticed that bumptop.com redirects to eol.bumptop.com so I guess eol stands for end of life? so that means that that project has come to its end? :( why??
Bumptop is a desktop replacement for Mac or PC. It gives you a 3D workspace. You can pile files, change their size, post them on the wall and more. You can put sticky notes on Bumptop or you can even put a photo on the wall. Bumptop is a very interesting software to use. It is fun to play around with, but if you don't have lots of files on your desktop it might not be as useful. If you have a touchscreen computer, Bumptop would be great for you though. I recommend you try out Bumptop to see how it works for you.
my expectations from back when they showcased it were not met. if you're the kind of guy that choses a browser because of launchtime and reaction speed, you'll probably find bumptops consumption a too high price. but then again, i'm only on a macbook pro. probably the graphics are also better looking on a better mac (or pc for that matter)
Kind of interesting, if I had more piles of stuff on my Desktop I can see it being useful but I try to keep the clutter down so this is more of a fun thing to play with for 10 minutes then move on. Oh, and the basic install is free, only the Pro version is $29. Try it out if you're curious.
It's super cool, but I don't know about 30$ worth of cool until some of the bugs get worked out.
The mac version needs to be brought up to par with the PC version.
The ultimate desktop UI for the Mac, with notes, physics, and multitouch. BumpTop offers an intuitive, easy to learn interface thatâs as practical as it is beautiful. […]
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