The ‘Wdgts’ software has been updated to include interactive widgets in the macOS Menu Bar

The iconic Wdgts software was totally revamped last year, with new home screen widgets for iOS users and, for the first time, a macOS version.

The program has now been upgraded to include interactive widgets for the macOS Menu Bar, which is a new feature for Mac users.

With the newest Wdgts version, you may add several widgets to the macOS Menu Bar, including Time Zones, Currency Converter, Calculator, Photo Memories, and Music Controls.

The widgets not only display real-time data but also allow you to interact with it without having to launch the program. To execute actions on each widget, just hover the mouse over it.

The developer defines the change as follows:

Menu bar widgets that are interactive

— Fully interactive menu bar widgets enable you to conduct activities without losing your context inside the menu bar app.

— Hover over the appropriate menu bar app to conduct operations like as calculating or converting numbers, looking through today’s images, and so on.

The macOS software also has widgets that may be placed in the Notification Center and on the desktop. Interactive widgets are available in iOS and may be put to the iPhone and iPad home screens.

Wdgts is a free app available on the App Store with a few widgets to test. To access all widgets, you’ll need to pay a $6.99 yearly membership or $9.99 for a lifetime license.



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Peter Graham
Peter Graham
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