piDog Software has released piPop 2.0.3, an update of their file navigator and launcher for the Mac.
piPop, formerly know as piDock, is a navigation system for the Mac that lets you access a file with a single click. Version 2.0.3 renders menus 200 percent faster than 1.x versions and operates more smoothly than previous versions, according to Jim McKay of piDog Software.
“piPop uses a proprietary menu system to display files rather than the operating system’s menus, giving piPop a great advantage over other navigation systems,” he said. “With piPop the user is able to navigate folders of unlimited size and virtually limitless depth. Folders with more items than can be displayed onscreen are scrolled as the mouse pointer moves across the menu.”
piPop is Built for Mac OS X, but is compatible with Mac OS 8.x-9.x with the CarbonLib extensions installed. piPop is shareware and costs US$20, but users are welcome to pay whatever they feel is a fair price, McKay said. The latest version is now
available for download.