The free Dozer app can help Mac users hide app icons in the top menu bar in just one click and make your mac looks more tidy and clean. Compared to similar apps, such as Bartender, Vanilla, Dozer is free and open source. No need complex configuration, you can start using it quickly. See how you can select and hide app icons in menu bar using Dozer on Mac below.
Hide app icon in menu bar using Dozer on Mac
Run Dozer from the launchpad, you will see two Dozer icons (two dots) at the right of the top menu bar.
Click and hold the Command key, then drag the left and/or right Dozer icon(s) in the menu bar. App icons between the Dozer icons or right to the Dozer icons will stay in the menu bar, any icons left to the Dozer icons will be invisible. When you have placed all app icons that you don’t use often to the left of the Dozer icons, simply click the right Dozer icon to hide all those selected app icons from the menu bar. To make them visible again, just hit the right Dozer icon again. Also Dozer won’t automatically hide app icons from the menu bar, if you need to hide them again, you need to click the right Dozer icon again.
Why use Dozer to hide app icons?
As we mentioned above, there are many similar apps that can hide app icons from Mac menu bar. Following are the main reasons we recommend Dozer other than its competitors:
- Dozer can not only hide user apps, but also system apps from the top menu bar on Mac.
- Dozer allows users to choose which apps or app icons to hide.
- Dozer is free and open source, easy to setup.