Jun 20 2006
My eyes are up here… in the menubar
Stick Software has announced version 3.2 of Eyeballs, the popular “desktop critter” for Mac OS X. Eyeballs is a fun little app that gives you a set of eyeballs in your menu bar or on your desktop. The eyes watch the cursor move around as you work, and you can configure their appearance and behavior in lots of different ways. They are even skinnable!
With version 3.2, Eyeballs is now Universal, so it will run equally well on Intel and PowerPC. This release also adds several new skins by Kevin Husted of Swizcore Studio, including an assortment of Anime-style eyes. It also offers better compatibility with OS X 10.4. It is recommended for all users.
Eyeballs, along with such Stick Software products as Fracture, Trisection, Measles, and BigFoot, makes OS X more fun and more aesthetic. It is shareware, with a price of only USD$10, and it’s free to try.