John Siracusa has launched a second Mac app. This is one is named SwitchGlass, and this is how he describes it:
SwitchGlass adds a dedicated application switcher to your Mac. You can customize its appearance, size, and position on each attached display, including hiding it on selected displays. It pairs perfectly with Front and Center, supporting both click and Shift-click actions on app icons in the floating app switcher. SwitchGlass is available for $4.99 on the Mac App Store. To learn more, please read the FAQ.
If some of this sounds familiar, it’s because SwitchGlass was written to replace DragThing’s application switcher, a mainstay for many Mac users for many years. I’m not sure this app is for me, but I think John is absolutely okay with that.