Productivity junkies will like the sound of this: an application that lets you create your own drop down menus and quickly act on any application. MenuStrip is aimed at saving you time by letting you create scripts to launch, hide or quit any application. Busy users will like being able to create their own drop down menu bar, adding applications that they use most and features that they want to access quickly. Your menu bar can be dragged around and set to any part of your screen. Adding menu items is probably the best feature though. The program has no limits to the number of items you create and these can be turned on or off at your whim.
However on the whole we were a bit disappointed by MenuStrip. The latest version of the program says it is Tiger ready, when most of the Mac programs now are getting Leopard ready. Creating your own drop down menu is fun, but adding too many elements can definitely make it feel a bit cramped. We were also left unimpressed by the function to find applications by typing their name, something Spotlight already does.
MenuStrip is useful if you want to access your most commonly used items from your menu bar.