The new MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar is a weird thing that our friends at Gizmodo found a bit lacking, but that doesn’t mean we’re not all a little curious as to how it works. While you obviously can’t make an actual Touch Bar, Touché is an app that gives you a glimpse of an app’s Touch Bar support so you can give it a digital test drive.
The idea here is mainly to create an easy to use simulator for developers to test their Touch Bar concepts, but it also works perfectly well for the rest of us to just see how a Touch Bar even works. When the app’s running, you can pull it up with a keyboard shortcut and you’ll see (on your display, of course) the Touch Bar options for whatever app you’re using. Gimmick or not, perhaps this will help you decide whether or not to pull the trigger on that MacBook Pro that’s been in your shopping cart for a month.
Touché (Free) [Red Sweater]