Safari and Apple Mail are great, but there are those who prefer other, non-native options, either by operation or by extra features. For those who can't decide on just a standard email client or browser and use several to open different links, wouldn't it be super interesting if the system asked which app would you like to open your links on?
Because exactly what the Bumpr does!
Bumpr is a beautiful and accessible Mac application that allows you to choose where to open links. Whenever you click on a link on the web, a compact and elegant menu appears in the right place and allows you to choose which browser to open that link. Bumpr also works with email links.
This app works mainly for those who use more than one email client or browser and would like to open different links in certain applications. For example, if you have two different email addresses, one for work and one for personal use, when you click on an email link, you can choose which customer to use.
If you use other browsers and perhaps have different extensions in each one, you can easily choose which one to open the link on.
But calm down, if you think that the application can disturb you (or even annoy you) when it appears every time you click on a link, you can choose to appear the Bumpr menu with just the shortcut Shift + click in this way, you use it only when you think it is necessary. In the settings, you can select only the applications you would like to appear in the menu.
The Bumpr is pretty basic, but it can be a hand on the wheel. It is available on the Mac App Store for $ 4 and is compatible with OS X macOS 10.10 or higher.