Mac users’ main menu bar on the top of their OS X Window probably have some great number of icons shown that lets them access system apps as well as third party apps. Sure, there could be app icons on the main menu bar you don’t use frequently, and sometimes you feel the main menu bar is a bit crowded with useless icons. It is here Bartender gives you a hand to make your menu bar a little more tidy and user friendly.
Bartender offers a menu where you can keep all the app icons without affecting functionality and the menu bar will pop out only when you select the Bartender icon.
Besides the option of putting the icons on the Bartender’s tray from the main menu bar, you can also completely hide those app icons. If any of your hidden app goes on update process you have the option on Bartender to show it on the main menu bar.
But if you wish to see your screen to be perfectly blank without any icons or bars you can choose to hide everything, including the Bartender icon.
Also there is a Notification Center for the app that can also be put on hide mode. One sweet aspect about this app is that you can change Bartender’s own icon. You can choose it from the default listing or can choose your own image for the same.
Now that the Bartender App has gone from the beta version to finished product version 1.0.2 you can purchase it for $15 from developer’s official site. The site also offers a free trail version that you can keep for four weeks.