Bartender lets you organize your menu-bar apps by hiding them, rearranging them, or moving them to Bartender’s Bar. You can display the full menu bar, set options to have menu-bar items show in the menu bar when they have updated, or have them always visible in Bartender’s Bar.
- Lets you tidy your menu-bar apps how you want.
- See your menu-bar apps when you want.
- Hide the apps you need to run, but do not need to see.
- Have the clean looking menu bar you want.
- Rearrange your menu-bar items as you wish.
Bug Fixes:Menu bar item would not hide if its position was the default
- If a menu bar items position had not been changed by the user, and was still the default Bartender wouldn't hide it, this has been fixed.
- For some users, macOS would occasionally lose the order of their menu items. In this release Bartender has extra workarounds to prevent this.
- On macOS Catalina if the user hid the Bartender menu item a gap would be left on the inactive menu bar of a multi screen setup. This has now been fixed.
- A bug in macOS Catalina would prevent Bartenders menu showing when the user has 2 screens setup with one above the other. Bartender now works around this bug to display the menus on all screens.
- Apps starting with a lowercased name would appear after all uppercased names in Bartender Preferences, this has been fixed.
- After changing space, Bartender would require activating full menu bar 3 times before working this has been fixed.
- For some users when starting Bartender at login, the permissions success window would show. this should now be fixed.
- We receive occasional crash reports of a crash we have not seen here, we believe this build fixes the crash.
- Multipass has an uncommon app setup, which Bartender didn't handle. Bartender will now handle apps like this correctly.
- With macOS 10.15.4 apple changed the way the Text Input menu item works. As such Bartender did not know to treat it as a special Apple item and name it as such in Bartender preferences. This has now been fixed.
macOS 10.12 or later, 64-bit processor