DockMod Customises The Colour And Look Of Your Mac's Dock

DockMod Customises the Colour and Look of Your Mac's Dock

Mac: Customising the look of your Mac's operating system isn't always the easiest process these days. That said, if you're interested in tinkering with the dock in Mountain Lion or Mavericks, DockMod allows you to do just that.

DockMod's pretty straightforward: once it's loaded up you can change the colour, gradient, shine and image in your dock. You can do this on a space-by-space basis, or make it a system wide thing. You can also save all your modifications as themes so you can swap between them quickly. As with system-level tweaking tool in OS X, you might notice some quirks with DockMod, but we didn't have any issues in our tests. You can check it out for free for an hour at a time, or purchase a licence for $US8.

DockMod ($US8)


    As a KDE user I must say : WOW! That must be $8 well spent!

      Indeed. Rather spend 8 usd the use that crappy KDE.

    Slightly off topic, but any ideas on the source of the icon to the right of iTunes?

      That's Flux. It changes the colours on screen to help your eyes.

    No support if you like your dock on the right or left :(

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