Moom is a more intelligent way of allowing you to manage windows into predefined locations, sizes or full screen mode.
Simply move your mouse over the green zoom button in any window and Moom's mouse control overlay will appear. The green zoom button appears when you click the various icons in Moom's mouse control overlay. Alternatively, you can use it via the keyboard. Simply press a defined shortcut and the Moom keyboard bezel appears. Just move windows using the arrow and modifier keys.
Moom can be run from the Dock like any other app or accessed from the menu bar or a discreet background application. The handy thing about Moom is that it gives you maximum control over the dimensions of your windows and therefore allows more organization of apps and elements on your screen. You can also now save window layout templates so you don't have to re-configure new ones.
Moom is light on resources, easy to use and features plenty of helpful tutorials to help you get more control over window management in OS X.
- New Features: New 'Save Window Layout Snapshot' menu item allows quick creation of saved window layouts. Bug Fixes and Improvements: Grow and Shrink via keyboard now repeat when you hold the assigned keys down. (Hat tip to Sherman W. for the suggestion.) Fixed a bug with the Shrink keyboard command. The Settings window will now properly appear on the active Space. (Hat tip to Jacob D. for finding this one.) The Arrange Windows Custom Control now always remembers all windows. The 'Ignore obstructed windows' checkbox now applies when you activate a saved layout, so you can choose between affecting those windows and not affecting those windows.