Bumpr is now fully compatible with macOS Big Sur.
Native support for Mac computers with Apple silicon.
Support for selecting apps with arrow keys.
Fixed a bug that broke the behavior of the shift-click function.
Dark mode: Bumpr’s main menu has always been great for dark or light mode, but its preferences interface now syncs with macOS’s Appearance setting and looks beautiful when dark.
Custom rules are now editable.
Support for more browsers and mail apps. Bumpr now allows many less conventional apps to be added to its menu.
Improved support for Dropbox and Parallels.
General performance enhancements.
Drag and drop applications into Bumpr preferences to add them as handlers.
Fix for some users who could not enable certain apps in Bumpr preferences.
Fix for not being able to delete custom rules immediately after creation.
Custom browser rules; always open up specific domains with specific browsers.
Browser plugins for Safari and Chrome; click on links in one browser to open them in another.
Keyboard shortcuts; just press a number key to launch any browser from the Bumpr menu.