When Apple announced the new MacBook Pros, featuring a hardware Touch Bar above the keyboard, I was immediately intrigued.
Apple provided a “simulator” to developers, so they can get a sense for how the Touch Bar works, and test their own apps with the Touch Bar, without having to buy a new MacBook Pro.
The simulator is cool, but I immediately noticed a few shortcomings:
- You have to download Xcode to use it.
- It’s cumbersome to activate and deactivate.
- Taking screenshots of the Touch Bar is awkward.
Touché is my answer to those shortcomings. If you’re an everyday user who just wants to play around with the Touch Bar concept, a developer who wants a an easy way to toggle the virtual Touch Bar off and on, or a designer who needs to share screenshots from the Touch Bar frequently, then I think you’re going to love Touché.
Touché is free for all to download and use. I hope you like it.