Uberlayer puts one image on top of all other windows of your computer screen at its actual size. Proof a design to the pixel, watermark a presentation or show off to colleagues with that hot picture of your new ... puppy.
Copy & paste, drag & drop or use the layer menu to open almost any image source.
+ Displays JPG, PNG (also with transparency), TIFF, GIF and PSD.
+ Paste images from the clipboard.
+ Keyboard control for pixel precise positioning.
+ Click 'through' the images in locked mode.
+ System wide drag & drop support.
Now compatible with OS X 10.11 El Capitan
Ratings and Reviews
Perfect except for one thing
Would be perfect if there were more than just 3 levels of zoom. Ideally it would be better to allow any zoom level - by dragging a corner or whatever.
App hasn’t been updated in awhile, but since it works as advertised with no issues, it hasn’t really needed any updates.
To the developer, I hope you’ve not abandoned this app.
Consistently never updated...
Bought this and works fine for iPhone 7 comparisons. For iPhone 7 plus though, you cannot resize the uber layer to match the screen simulator. It’s either 50%, 100%, or 200%, none of which will match it.
It needs a way to drag/resize, and because ot that, giving it a 1 star. Looking for another tool
Exactly what I was looking for
I tried another app “Overlay” first and it’s missing key features that Uberlayer has - most importatnly ability to control the scale of the overlay image. I was looking for a way to compare Mobile design concepts (comps) to actual working App screens to see if layout was correct etc. This works perfectly for this and other scenarios I have in mind.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.