Sapiens is an application launcher, it helps you access all the applications in your Mac. Sapiens is clever because it learns from you, so unlike any other launcher it predicts the applications you will likely need and offers a visualisation of this prediction in an intuitive way. Sapiens is activated by moving the mouse in a circle (yes, it is a mouse gesture that finally works), therefore touching the keyboard is really the last resort to be used in case you want to search for a specific application.
Sapiens was created because we recognise that users are tired of launching applications by typing (whether by using Spotlight or any other keyboard-based launcher). These launchers make us feel like we're back in the '80's when the keyboard was the only input device. Everyone wants to have visual access to their favourite applications, but it's inefficient and frustrating to organise applications in different folders or in different docks. Life is too short, and there's not enough time to waste fighting against the entropy of the system. Sapiens is next evolutionary step in application launchers. It is a visual tool that predicts the applications you will want to launch and lays out the application's icons in way that makes interaction with the mouse simultaneously intuitive and revolutionary.
What's New in Version 1.3:
Dock Icon is optional now
100% Compatible with OS X 10.7 Lion
Command-Click on an icon reveal in Finder
Forget application functionality improved
Brain memory empty on restart bug fixed
Mac OS X 10.6.6 or later