If you still doubt the human being’s ability to be a zoeiro, try looking for apps for the Touch Bar on Google. Among the many you will find, hardly more than five will have a real and useful use in day-to-day; all the others will be apps that just entertain or show the capabilities of their developers (which is still interesting).
We have already mentioned some applications for the Touch Bar here and it is time to list some more just in order to highlight the genius of those who thought of creating them:
Touch Bar Piano
Piano and keyboard lovers (like me) are sure to have fun with this app. As can be seen in the video, it makes (mini) piano keys appear in the Touch Bar. The keys are very small and certainly do not serve anything other than entertainment by the developer. If you are interested in knowing how it works, you can download it from this site.
Imagine having Santa Claus in his Touch Bar doing exactly nothing to the sound of “Jingle Bells” – isn’t it everything you’ve always wanted? Now you can have your dream come true with this app (eternal laughter)! If you are interested in seeing / hearing this, you can download the app here.
Touch Bar Bar
Nothing more cool than creating an app playing with the name of the innovation of MacBooks Pros. In this app, you have some options of emojis with different types of drinks. As soon as you click on any option, you hear the sound of a drink being poured into the glass. Download here. It is each one that appears to me …
Remember the dinosaur game that appears in Chrome when we go offline? He, who even appeared in the Notification Center on his iPhone, can now also paint on the Touch Bar. More about him here.
Touch Bar Space Flight
Our well-known reader Guilherme Rambo also joined in the fun and made a very cool game of ships that is played with the up, down keys (to dodge obstacles) and the space bar (to shoot). If you want, download the app on this page.
Leaving the best for last, this app simulates a version of the classic PAC-MAN game for the Touch Bar. The app’s creator, Henry Franks, told the VentureBeat who developed the app in a few hours, using only the Swift language. Too cool, right? Download the game here.
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There are still others as silly but funny as I mentioned here; such as Knight TouchBar 2000, Touch Bar Lemmings, SL on Touch Bar and Sushi Bar Conveyor Belt. These people from GitHub are having a party and I’m sure they won’t stop showing apps like these.
[via 9to5Mac, iMore]