Ohanaware introduces Notched Up for macOS

Ohanaware Co., Ltd. has released Notched Up, the company's new Notch Simulator for mac developers. Notched Up attempts to draw a Notch on any Mac running 10.13 High Sierra or never, as close as possible to the actual physical size of the Notch in Apple's latest 14" and 16" MacBook Pro. The tool was designed specifically to aid developers by displaying a close to real life Notch on their existing screens, allowing them to see what menus do not fit on the left side of the Notch, without having to purchase both the 14" and 16" MacBook Pro.

Once developers can see which menus do not fit on the left side of the Notch, they can then make a decisions as to what do about the menus in their applications, such as combining menus, re-naming menus, using icons instead of labels or culling some menus. Notched Up can also be used to add a Notch to application screen shots, helping to illustrate an application's compatibility with Apple's Notched MacBook Pros. Alternatively, Notched Up can simply be used for fun, adding a cosmetic fake Notch to a screen. Notched Up is freeware and can be downloaded from their Website.


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