From websites to customizable apps
Unite is the right tool to install on your Mac if you want to turn websites into apps. Based on WebKit 2, each unite app features the full power of the native web alongside native customization features. Change the design, put apps on your status-bar, or apply the floating windows mode. It’s fast and fuss-free.
App development sounds scary if you don’t know anything about coding. With Unite, you don’t have to. Simply provide the URL, icon, and the name of your new app, and Unite will make the transformation happen in a matter of seconds.
With a Unite app, you also get the powerful Unite backend browser that supports the latest web technologies and security protocols, as well as WebKit 2. You are free to determine which URLs are permitted into your Unite apps through whitelisting and URL forwarding.
Change functionality of your Unite app as well as decide how it should look. While website design does not always fit macOS, Unite allows you to customize nearly anything, from displaying app icon to toggling the title of the window and changing title bar color.
To keep your Unite app close at hand, pin it to the status bar. Resize to change the status-bar look, or get back to the traditional mode via the menu bar. You can also activate the floating windows mode to keep your app’s window on top no matter what you are doing.
Unite works with services you use on a daily basis. Apart from Facebook and Gmail notifications support, there are many other tweaks and functions. Completely change your window settings, use native upload and download functions, as well as print and zoom controls.
With Unite, you don’t run any risks. While each app comes with its own browser, your data will be isolated to your created app. Plus, you can expect the app to work with the vast majority of plugins and technologies, ensuring a top-notch browsing experience.