We’re releasing today a new version 1.4 of Displays, our app to change resolution on Mac and manage monitors.
With this version, you can choose the amount of blue light to reduce, in order to rest your eyes, and you can now assign a keyboard shortcut to take a screenshot. Other improvements have been made to better handle overheight menus and to show if a monitor supports P3 wide gamut.
But above all, we fixed bugs occurring with macOS Sierra. With version 1.3, Displays was not able to support retina resolutions on all Macs. We’ve fixed that. We also fixed a bug preventing the dark mode to be correctly switched on/off when using our night mode.
This version is only available on our website, as we’re not selling it on the Mac App Store anymore. If you bought Displays on the Mac App Store, you are eligible to a free licence.
For a limited-time only, you can buy Displays on our webstore with a 30% discount offer: enter the coupon code “WELCOME”.
Today, we’re very pleased to announce the release of our new app “Displays” for Mac OSX. Displays is a toolbox to manage your monitors: you can easily set any resolution for your main or secondary monitor, even those usually hidden in OSX. Every resolution can be customized with your own label. Displays supports many customizable keyboard shortcuts, notifications, screen rotation and even shows information about all your monitors (serial number, graphic card in use…).
But what makes Displays different is other very useful features:
– Enable night mode to rest your eyes (switch to OSX Dark mode, lower screen brightness…)
– Use a virtual mouse pointer highlighter for your presentations
– Show another display with ‘Picture-in-Picture’ mode
To celebrate the launch of Displays, you can buy it on the Mac App Store at a special discount price of 2.99$.
More information: Displays page | Youtube Channel