Download Running Applications For Mac With Free License key

Running Applications is an popular application launching program for Mac OS X Leopard which can conveniently list all running applications in a handy menu  format in the menubar or a floating palette at your choice. With a focus on ease-of-use, Running Applications has a very small footprint, and was designed specifically to accommodate those users who switch between many different applications on a daily basis. A single click brings an application, including all its opened windows, to the front, facilitating switching among apps a breeze. With Running Applications, you can also simultaneously launch, close or hide multiple applications at a time.

Running Applications Mac

Running Applications Feature Highlights:

  • Very handy and easy to use
  • Simultaneously Launch, Close or Hide multiple applications at a time
  • Users may create and use as many Application Sets as they wish

Running Applications is particularly helpful for the busy Users especially designer who needs to work in multiple environments; whether it’s graphic design, web development or simply needs to do their billing and spreadsheets. 

This Application from Altomac generally costs $14.99 for a single user license key. However, iUseMac is giving away their free pre-bundle promotion for Running Application.  Mac users who need a free copy of this Altomac’s popular launching utility  just need to go to iUseMac, join the site newsletter. Once the subscription is confirmed, You will then receive an email from iUseMac Mailer with subject “iUseMac – Your license for Running Applications for Mac” including your Licensed e-mail , Registration code and Download URL.

To register Running Applicartions, please do as follows:

1. Download the application from this page.

2. Launch the application.

3. From the application menu, choose “Registration”.

4. Click on the “Enter Registration Code” button and enter your name and your registration code.

System Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) or later.