Display macOS Dock in Touch Bar. It's free and open source!
A new Pock update is finally here! It comes with a lot of performance improvements, and it brings minimalistic widgets to your Touch Bar!
If you want to support this project, you can click here! Pock will always be available as free software!
How To Enable
- Move Pock to your Applications folder
- Open Pock
- If you don't see Pock in your Touch Bar, go to the
Keyboardpane in System Preferences and select "Touch Bar shows App Controls."
Includes five default widgets
Your macOS Dock inside your MacBook's TouchBar, the core widget. It comes with fully-functional badge support so you will not miss any notification. More features can be configured in widget settings along with other preferences. Enjoy your screen in full-size every time!
Now Playing widget
Media information at a glance with gestures for media controls included.
|swipe left||previous song|
|swipe right||next song|
A handy ESC button is there, just in case, so you don't have to hide Pock to access the system one.
Always keep an eye on system information, like what time is it, or maybe WiFi status or Battery status. Configure Status items visibility from settings.
Control Center widget
Change screen brightness or system volume with easy controls. Long press or slide on control center item to invoke sliders.
More widgets are coming! Keep search for #pock on social media to be updated on future widgets releases!
You can adjust Pock and widgets settings to reflects your specific needs. You can access these panes from the Preferences menu item.
You can customize the widget position in TouchBar from the Customize menu item.
Do you want to build a custom widget for Pock? Soon you will be able to do it, with PockKit!
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- Defaults, Preferences, LaunchAtLogin
Pock will never be a commercial package.
Under MIT license. See LICENSE file for further information.