This version of Choosy requires macOS 10.14 or later. For earlier versions of macOS or OS X, try Choosy 1.3 instead.
- Choosy is no longer a System Preference pane – it's a standalone app!
- Dark mode support throughout the UI.
- Hardened Runtime, for extra security and better Gatekeeper compatibility.
- Fix various macOS Catalina (10.15) compatibility issues.
- Use the correct name and avatar for Google Chrome profiles that are logged into a Google account.
- Fix prompt rendering glitches after changing appearance settings.
- Fix incorrect running state in the prompt, where icons for running browsers were rendered semi-transparent instead of solid for advanced rules that trigger a custom prompt.
- Fix setting modifier keys in advanced behaviour rules.
- Fix help buttons in the preferences window.
Notes on upgrading
This release makes major changes to Choosy's architecture. Preferences are no longer managed through System Preferences, but instead through the Choosy app. To access your preferences, launch Choosy from your favourite app launcher (Finder, Launch Pad, Spotlight, Alfred, etc.) or use the Choosy item in the menu bar.
The installer for Choosy 2.0 will attempt to remove the old System Preferences plugin as part of the install process.
The way Choosy handles launching on startup has changed to be compatible with newer versions of macOS. If you have Choosy configured to launch automatically at login, you may have to re-enable that setting after upgrading.
Choosy 2.0 is no longer the latest version. I strongly recommend you download Choosy 2.3.1 instead.
(If you're really sure you want to download this outdated version, here it is: Download Choosy 2.0.)