Meet Swish, a gesture-based window manager for the Mac trackpad power user [Self Promotion Saturday]
I’m the developer of [Swish](https://highlyopinionated.co/swish), a macOS utility app that lets you control windows and applications with intuitive two-finger swipe, pinch, tap and hold gestures on window titlebars and dock icons. This includes quitting, closing, (un)minimizing, going fullscreen as well as window snapping to a 2×2 and 2×3 grid and in between screens.
It’s not only faster than any dragging-based window manager, especially on a multi-monitor setup, and includes many advanced features like gesture chaining and a reactive grid, but also solves the macOS Dock’s minimizing problem.
Showing works better than telling, so [here](https://twitter.com/chrfyi/status/1135167884806774784?s=20) it is in action. Unfortunately, it’s not on the App Store, but you can download a free trial from the first link above.