Slidepad: Add An iPad-Style Slide Over Window To Your Mac Without A Hitch

For those who have used iPad Pro would know that by drag an app out of the Dock will trigger the Slide Over window, which can accommodate two or more apps to run simultaneously on the screen, and this inspiration is also being brought to the macOS, Slidepad is such a software, it brings Slide Over window to your Mac, and allows you to use and place the commonly used web apps.

Slidepad includes built-in web apps like Todoist, Wunderlist, Trello, Google, Gmail, YouTube, Evernote, Notion, Slack, and of course you can add your own app by entering the URL or keyword directly. Noted that the web apps' mobile UI is triggered across Slidepad, so apps like Evernote needs to manually extend the window horizontally to display the full interface. 

Here are some more features:
  • Slim sidebar 
  • Corner snapping 
  • Developer tool enabled 
  • Customizable sound setting 
  • Mobile/Desktop user-agent switching 
  • Display badge when receiving new notifications 
  • On/Off live notifications 
  • Multi-screen support Drag/drop support 
  • Picture in Picture support 
  • Quicklook icon support 
  • Dark theme support (macOS 10.14+) 
  • Global keyboard shortcut support
This software is rather appropriate for professional distribution, team members, and they can use Slidepad to view the assignments, collaborative notifications, notes, and other material at any moment, just move the cursor to click on one of the right sides of the screen to trigger your own data repository.

Since Slidepad has a free trial period of up to 30 days, we would recommend that you download it and try it first. Perhaps the "ready-to-go" desktop-side experience will often come in handy when you don't want to get through all the multiple tabs. You can download the Slidepad from the official website.

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