Vanilla lets you hide the icons in your menu bar.
macOS has two places where you can access apps; the Dock, and the Menu Bar. The Menu Bar is a great way to access system settings like the volume, Siri, or your battery information. A lot of apps live in the Menu Bar because it’s omnipresent and the easiest place to access an app from. That said, you can clutter the Menu bar with too many apps. When you have too many apps living in the Menu Bar, it’s no longer a convenient way to access them. If nothing else, it looks like a mess. Vanilla is macOS app that lets you hide Menu bar icons into a smaller menu. If you’ve ever used Windows, Vanilla mimics the system tray with its collapsed/hidden icons.
This version of Vanilla adds two important features:
- A key fix for compatibility with macOS Catalina and the new permissions model
- Introduced a new licensing service for activating upgrades
macOS 10.12 or later, 64-bit processor