- UI not particularly pretty
- But very customizable; custom Magic Mouse and Trackpad gestures, tiling only a small part of the feature set.
- Tiling shortcuts need to be set up manually. Supports shortcuts to move between displays.
- Allows dragging windows to screen edges to tile.
- Uses more or less fixed tiles, not a custom grid.
- Innovative way to very easily do custom tiling each time it is invoked.
- Allows global keyboard shortcuts execute configured window placements.
- These configurations need to be setup manually.
- Uses a grid system.
- Can move between displays, but not between desktops.
- Tries to do task switching and tiling.
- Custom on-demand tiling system similar to Divvy, but lacks it’s simplicity.
- Fixed number of configurable layouts.
- Keyboard shortcut to move to different display.
- Keyboard shortcuts to arbitrarily move/resize windows in pixel-increments.
SizeUp / Cinch
- Simply does the Windows 7 thing.
- Keyboard shortcuts can be customized, little else.
- Comes preconfigured, just works.
- Can move between displays and desktops.