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Kaleidoscope 3 brings a new look, M1 support and more
Anyone who spends their days comparing two files, folders or even images knows how time consuming and laborious it can be. Having to do this every once in a while isn’t fun – and that’s what Kaleidoscope 3 is here to help you with.
The new update to an already popular app supports macOS Monterey and Apple silicon, but that’s just the start. If there is one file that needs to be compared with another, Kaleidoscope has the tools you need to do it.
For the first time in a long time, Kaleidoscope has a new look with a new dark mode also added to the mix. This new interface – the first in eight years, I’m told – joins support for M1 and macOS Monterey as major changes. But there are also a ton of new features worth mentioning.
- Player view that lets you focus on the content.
- Much more control over text layout: better font options, choose your preferred tab width and row height, hide all invisible elements, and turn off row numbers if you don’t need them.
- Convenient filtering of items in change set windows.
- Git change sets now recognize moved files.
- Ability to ignore particular folders and files in folder comparison using powerful models.
- Powerful integration with Alfred.
Already one of the best Mac apps at what it does, Kaleidoscope 3 is all that was great about Kaleidoscope 2, only better and with support for all the new stuff.
You can read more about the changes on the Kaleidoscope blog and there is also a 15-day free trial available. After that, existing users can upgrade for $ 69.99 while new users can get the app for $ 149.99.