PocketDock from Pocket Software — a launcher utility for organizing and launching applications, documents, Web links, and e-mail addresses — has been updated to version 2.4.
It’s designed for those Mac OS X users who find the Dock too crowded and who miss the Launcher. PocketDock 2.1 supports drag and drop (for adding and customizing links, views and docks), multiple “skin” support (nine “skins” are currently available), and English, French, German and Italian language support.
PocketDock lets you create multiple docks, each with its own look. You can move and copy files with and between the Finder. It supports Internet Explorer (Classic and X), iCab (Classic and X), OmniWeb, Netscape (Classic), Outlook Express (Classic), Eudora (Classic) and AddressBook.
Version 2.4 features quick access to PocketDock links via the Dock (PocketDock in the Dock), contextual menu support for links and views, skin version tracking to prevent the use of obsolete skins, and bug fixes. Go to the Pocket Software Web site for details or to download the utility.