OS X Dock Alternative Updated

Nicholas Gustilo has updated his Dock alternative utility, Pocket Dock, to version 2.0. Pocket Dock provides a handy place for storing and launching applications, e-mail addresses, files, and URLs. Pocket Dock can serve as a replacement, or more functionally, as an addition to OS Xis Dock. According to Mr. Gustilo:

Pocket Software is pleased to announce the released of PocketDock 2.0 for Apple Computeris MacOS X. PocketDock is utility to organize and launch applications, documents, web links and email addresses.

Does the Dock feel a little crowded? Do you have too many apps, documents, web links? Do you miss the Launcher? If you answer yes to any of these questions, then Pocket Dock was created just for you.

PocketDock 2.0 has the following features:

  • Multiple skin support.
  • Standard, drawer and miniDock skins built in with more on the way.
  • Drag and drop of links and tabs.
  • Customizable links, tabs and docks.
  • Multiple docks.
  • Can launch documents, applications, web links, email addresses.
  • Web links and email addresses can be added via services.
  • Supports Internet Explorer (Classic and X), iCab (Classic and X), OmniWeb, Netscape (Classic), Outlook Express (Classic), Eudora (Classic) and AddressBook.

PocketDock is available for US$20. You can find more information at the Pocket Software Web site.

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