Mac: MoveAlong is a simple utility that lives in your Mac's menu bar and provides you with a list of video windows you currently have open. Selecting any one of them will cause that video window to jump out of the way when your mouse crosses its path. Why is that useful? So you can watch a particular video while you're doing other things and keep it from either blocking your work or getting blocked by it.
MoveAlong keeps the video jumping around the four corners of your screen, clockwise, every time you come in contact with it. That's essentially all it does, but it can be seriously useful if you need to watch a video and take notes.
While you're watching you might want to look something up and open a new browser window. Under normal circumstances, that window could cover up your video. With MoveAlong active, you won't have that problem.
What I'd really like to see is for MoveAlong to evolve into a utility that attempts to fit the video into the best available empty space on your screen. Right now the utility is pretty simple. While useful, a more complex version that always moves your video to the optimal location would be even better.
To see MoveAlong in action, just watch the video above. If you want to give it a try, you can grab it from the Mac App Store for $0.99.
MoveAlong ($1) [Mac App Store]