Get Inertial Scrolling on Older MacBooks

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Apple’s newly launched MacBook Pro lineup brought some new impressive additions such as greater battery life, new HD graphics, and faster i5 and i7 Intel processors. One feature that you may have missed is an updated feature set on the glass multitouch trackpads. Apple has added inertial scrolling to their new lineup. This means you can now scroll with two fingers like you do with one finger on an iPad or Magic Mouse.

Inertial scrolling is great if you love how scrolling works on your iProducts and is something new MacBook Pro buyers will get. We don’t want you users with older machines to feel left out, so today we are letting you know about “Smart Scroll.” This Mac app mimics inertial scrolling and gives you some more options for your glass trackpad.

You can get it from marcomoini.com and use the free trial run or buy it for $19. Download Here.

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