Displays, our toolbox to manage your monitors, is now fully compatible with the latest release of macOS “Catalina”. Previous version of Displays was already compatible, but with the version 1.9 released today, we ensured that every single function is working properly on macOS 10.15.
We also added new features requested by our users. True Tone can now be quickly enable or disable from the main window. This feature, only available on some MacBooks, will adjust the color and intensity of your display to match the ambient light so that images appear more natural. Other new features are related to the Picture-in-Picture (PiP) mode which can be enabled with a keyboard shortcut and/or when app launches.
Last, we fixed many issues like frequencies that were truncated for some monitors like the MacBook Pro 16in built-in display. Check the full release notes to get more information.
Displays is available as a Free Download with a 15 days trial period, so give it try!
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We’ve just released a major update for Displays, our new app to manage monitors. This version 1.2 comes with a lot of new features and fixes bugs reported by users. And now, Displays speaks Italian too.
Hide your desktop icons
When doing presentations or demos, you don’t really want to show the mess on your desktop to your audience, isn’t it? Now Displays can quickly hide all icons sitting on your desktop, on all screens. Use a custom keyboard shortcut or use the appropriate icon in Displays toolbar.
No need to open the Grab tool of OS X! You can now take screenshot of the desired screen. There are two settings available in Preferences: take screenshot after a countdown of 3 seconds, and capture mouse pointer.
Reduce blue light
Night mode does have a new setting to reduce blue light emitted by your monitor, which is known as a potent suppressor of melatonin.
Improved Picture in Picture
Picture in Picture (PiP) is a cool feature to show a Mac OS X screen in another screen. PiP windows can now be freely resized, without any quality loss. We’ve also added two new user settings to define window opacity and stream quality (up to 60 fps).
Other new features
A Test Card can be displayed on any screen to help you in monitor calibration.
You can show resolution aspect ratio in main list.
Full changelog is available here.
Displays can be purchased on the Mac App Store for 5.99$.
More information: Displays page | Youtube channel