MacVoices #16196: Daniel Jalkut of Red Sweater Discusses The Touch Bar Simulator, Touché

Red Sweater Software has released  Touché, a free application that simulates the Touch Bar on the new MacBook Pros. Daniel Jalkut  talks about his how and why he created it, what it offers to both users and developers, and his analysis of Apple’s implementation of this new interface option.

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Guests:

Daniel Jalkut is the founder of Red Sweater, where he develops MarsEdit, the popular blog editing software for the Mac. He has been an active participant in the Mac and iOS communities, sharing bits of wisdom on his company blog, the Bitsplitting blog, and on Twitter. He is also one of the familiar voices from the popular indie-developer podcast Core Intuition.”