Make Your MacBook Pro’s Notch More Festive Using Notchmeister

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Screenshot: Jody Serrano / Gizmodo / App Store – The program allows you adorn your notch with Christmas lights, make it appear like plasma is flowing, or imitate a “micro radar” to monitor your mouse. This year, Apple’s new MacBook Pros made quite a splash. With their performance and features being hailed, the black notch at the top of the gadgets drew much attention and caused waves of criticism. Maybe you’ll really like it. It’s possible you’ll find it repulsive. Decorate whatever position you’re taking currently.

On Friday, Iconfactory released Notchmeister, a software for notched MacBook Pros that, in the developer’s words, “makes notches go crazy.” As a result of the Notchmeister app, users may add Christmas lights, make their phone’s notch seem as if it’s emitting plasma, or even imitate a “micro radar” that allows them to see where their cursor is located behind the notch.

Think of it as a fun approach to spice up your style. A screen saver for something you can’t see. It might also be a waste of time, Iconfactory said in a blog post launching the app.

Notchmeister, like a screensaver, isn’t always running. Only if you’re using the app and moving your cursor close to the notch does the notification show up. A excellent idea, considering the human predisposition to stop what they’re doing and stare at flashing lights or anything else that captures our attention.

Don’t worry if you have an older MacBook or MacBook Pro model that doesn’t have a notch; Notchmeister lets you experience what having a notch feels like. A “real replacement notch” is added to the top of your phone’s screen using this software, which also allows you play about.

“Be advised that this function has the potential to make you want a new Mac even more than you currently do. Iconfactory apologised. Aside from the fact that I didn’t have to shell out $1,999 for a new computer, I was able to experience what it was like having a notch on my MacBook Pro for the first time. Finally, all I can say is, “Really?”.” In the midst of all the commotion, this was the real issue? It’s not that big of an issue, in all honesty.