The next evolutionary step in application launchers
- Intro video
- Improves as you use it
- Five different displays
- Activate by moving mouse in a circle
- Layout of items seems random at first
Sapiens is an application launcher that gives you quick access to anything on your Mac. The program exercises your memory by arranging applications in a certain way, which you'll become accustomed to the more you use the program. Sapiens itself has what it calls a brain saver, which effectively means the program improves the more you use it. The application launcher offers five different layout displays which which distribute applications on the interface differently. While they might seem confusing to you at first, you'll quickly see a pattern in the placement of applications on the Sapiens interface. For this reason it's best to stick to the one that you feel the most comfortable with.
Sapeins provides a different yet effective way of accessing applications. Just like with Quicksilver, you can find any application by typing their name into the Sapiens interface. Your mouse's scroll wheel can also be used to quickly shuffle through applications. A particularly cool feature in Sapiens is that you only need to move your mouse in a circle to activate the program.
Sapiens launches applications quickly based on an assimilating display pattern and a handy "find as you type" function.
- Improved compatibility Mac OS X Spaces