Version: 2.5.5 || Release Date: 2008-02-25 || License: Shareware ($14.95) Developer: Stunt Software | App Owner: sannixtudio

When the Dock is just too small, or not quite the right place to store less frequently used applications or documents, Overflow is the solution. Quickly launch applications you need to use on a semi-regular basis without wasting valuable space in the Dock

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19 Opinions

Worth all 14 of those buck$ and the 95¢, too...!

Certainly the app I use most ; I don't think I could go back.

I use Overflow extensively. The ability to categorize your apps and files, as well as cut down on Dock real estate just really appeals to me. That, and I just can't get into Quicksilver (I'd rather use Finder). And Overflow just looks pretty.

I've also tried a plethora of app launchers, ultimately deleting them and just sticking with the Dock. Then I got Overflow FREE from MyDreamApp and it's not left my Dock since and probably won't anytime soon. Its changed the way I work on my Mac, that's how good it is.

I have only had for a few days but I am really liking it. Very slick.

I have found that this app is very useful when working with a specific project and I want to have quick and easy access to all project related files. Previously, I would keep a Finder window open containing the files I needed, but it wasn't as efficient as using Overflow. One related advantage is that you can add files from various locations if your project files are not all located in the same place, which is often the case.

I also like the fact that you can customize how it looks, although I seem to prefer the default look. Great piece of software!

brilliant little app. i tend to launch all my apps through QS but occasionally the name sometimes escapes me - overflow allows me to catergorize those apps i rarely use but need to start up occasionally.

Davea is right. I've tried lots of solutions to the dock size. I don't go for the tiny icons and hiding it off screen. Overflow is simple, expandable and easy to access. It's a can't live without addition to my workflow.

i tried this once, and have not quit it since (barring restarts of course). such a simple, but terrific idea... elegantly executed. i shelled out the bucks. well, discounted bucks at maczot.

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