Moom 3 is out with a new update.1 The latest revision provides optional screen edge snapping like in Windows 7. Drag a window to a screen edge to automatically snap and resize. It's not something I need with Moom, since I'm more of a keyboard navigator.
Moom also added an undo option. Accidentally move or resize a window? Drag the window a tiny bit and have it snap back to the previous window location.
But here's the real kicker: This is the last App Store version. Many Tricks is nice enough to offer a no-charge swap to the direct download version. But this highlights one downside of sandboxing that will certainly confuse someone.
Note: Barring any changes in the App Store sandboxing rules, this is the last App Store version of Moom with any new functionality. From now on, any features we add will only appear in the direct sales version (as we’re not allowed to add them to the App Store version). For those interested in migrating (at no charge) to the direct sales version of Moom, here’s how to do just that.
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