Bartender Helps You Clean Up Your OS X Menu Bar  

Last time, I mentioned Broomstick, which can help you hide or show menubar icons for apps. However, the drawback for this program was the fact that it can only support selected applications, and you would have to submit others to the developer to be included in a future update.

I just stumbled upon Bartender, which is like Broomstick, but better. You can tidy up that menubar to how you want it thanks to a sub-menubar menu. Hide the apps you need to have running and just declutter that menubar!

Less is more.

So grab it while it’s in public beta (currently free, but a utility like this is well worth the money, personally).

 
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