Control Center 2.0 Release

Control Center 2.0 Release
July 1, 2014 Oskar

Control Center 2.0 is now released! Version 2.0 offers a redesigned user interface with interchangeable widgets and dynamic layout. The new design will allow you to customize Control Center to fit your needs, increasing the accessibility of your favorite widgets. It also opens up for adding more widgets in the future.

Control Center 2.0 is a free update for all 1.0 users.

Lower Price

Control Center has received a price reduction, and now costs only $7, down from $10.

 


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Full changelog:

 

  • New Interface Design: Control Center 2.0 offers a redesigned dynamic user interface that lets you view more widgets and select what widgets to show. This gets rid of button interaction to switch between widgets while also allowing you to tailor the app to your needs
  • Yosemite Optimized: Control Center 2.0 has been developed with OS X Yosemite in mind. You can now take advantage of much better blur effects on OS X Yosemite
  • Performance optimizations: Control Center will now enter a power saving state when hidden, reducing performance impact
  • Added a welcome tutorial to get started with Control Center
  • Changed the menu item behaviour: The menu item now open/closes Control Center. The settings window is accessed through the settings button at the bottom of Control Center. Next to the settings button, there is now also a button for quitting the app
  • Improved default themes
  • New widgets:
    RAM Monitor – Realtime monitor of system memory usage
    CPU Monitor – Realtime monitor of CPU usage
    Network Monitor – Realtime monitor of network usage and connection info
    Display – Adjust the hue and brightness of your screen
    Battery – Monitor battery statistics and performance (portable Macs only)
  • Minor fixes:
    Fixed a crash related to the network widget
    Adjusted the monitor graphs to reflect load from 0-100%
    Fixed an issue where the settings would not scroll properly on Macbooks
    …and much more

4 Comments

  1. Alexander Hansen 3 years ago

    Amazing!

    But in the next update, it would be great if the Control Center was from top to bottom like Notification Center by default, instead of having to add in all the widgets to get it from top to bottom like the leaked image of Control Center for Yosemite.

    Just an idea you could look into! Anyways, amazing application!

  2. Radoslav Holan 2 years ago

    I have troubles as I use an external display on my MBP as my primary at home. Now I am not at home, without this display and I cannot get the control center back on my display. I cannot get into settings. I only see icon in menubar and that’s all. This should be fixed. It would be great if I could get into settings via this menubar icon…

    • Author
      Oskar Groth 2 years ago

      Hi Radoslav
      You will be able to, in the next update

  3. Latasha 2 years ago

    When you think about it, that’s got to be the right anwres.

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