Haptic Touch Bar provides actual feedback when pressing buttons on your Touch Bar
After playing with Haptic Touch Bar for a while myself, it seems unimaginable that Apple didn’t implement something like this out of the box. Not only does the app augment the Touch Bar experience, but it makes the Touch Bar feel like an actual extension of your keyboard.
If you bought your MacBook Pro in 2016 or later, you’re probably still cursing Apple for replacing the top row of the keyboard (Esc, F1-F12 row) with a ‘touch bar’ that makes it impossible to touch type.
The lack of sound or haptic feedback makes it like typing on a flat table top!
Serious high-end MacBook Pro owners use these silent, unresponsive top row keys frequently—and it’s incredibly annoying to keep looking down to check typing.
Utilizing the haptic engine of the Force Touch trackpad, it provides haptic feedback whenever you press a Touch Bar key.
Check out the Haptic Touch Bar app to get a little feedback from your fingers.
@HapticTouchBar I just got a new MacBook Pro with a touchbar and... and I just... I just love you. I love you so much.
Why this wasn't implemented from launch... thank you @HapticTouchBar.
Wow. I wish I had found @HapticTouchBar month ago when I bought a new MBP. So much better!
From downloading the trial version to making touch typing a joy again, it’s a quick and simple journey.
And the app just works in the background while you quietly (or with a little sound if you like!) become more productive on your MacBook Pro.
Click ‘DOWNLOAD FREE’ below
Enjoy your free trial
After 14 days, decide whether you want to purchase the app ($4.99)
Buy it from within the app - or politely decline!
Yes. It’s available on our website here.How do I pay?
The app is $4.99—payable by credit card or PayPal.Why “haptic”?
“Haptic” simply means “relating to the sense of touch”.