Version 2.8.1. Works on macOS Yosemite, El Capitan & Sierra.
Switch with a click on the sidebar
An auto-hiding sidebar lists your windows organized in groups. To switch just bring the cursor over to the one you want and click. And if you use multiple displays, you get a sidebar on each of them (so no need to hunt around, like with the Dock).
Switch with a top-edge gesture
You do not even need to move the cursor all the way to the sidebar. Put a finger on the top-edge of the trackpad and the panel will appear; slide it down and the selection will move down the list. Lift finger when the window you want is selected.
Switch with a better Command+Tab
Mac’s Command+Tab switcher fails for applications with multiple windows, right? So Contexts gives you a better one – which lists windows instead. Just press Command+Tab and then tab to the window you want.
Switch with Command+Number
Love keyboard shortcuts? Then you will love this. Every window gets a number based on its position in the list. To switch to one press Command+<number>. This way you can get to your frequently used windows in a single keystroke — without even thinking about it.
Switch with search
Yup, Contexts got this too. Press Control+Space, (or whichever keyboard shortcut you prefer), type a few characters from the application name or window title and then press enter. It is perfect for infrequently used windows.
Other Notable Things
Contexts is built for speed. The interface always responds instantly so you can always remain in flow.
Do you use multiple displays? You can get a sidebar on each one of them. And the panel can be set to show up on the current active display.
Applications without windows are also listed. Because you should never have to think about whether an app has an open window or not.
Dock icon counts are shown on both the sidebar and the panel. Feel free to leave the Dock hidden.
With the panel, you can quickly close (Cmd+w) and minimise (Cmd+m) multiple windows or quit (Cmd+q) and hide (Cmd+h) multiple apps. Set or clean up your workspace in just a few seconds.
You probably switch windows 100s of times a day. Contexts will let you do it effortlessly, each time; so you can stop hunting around for your windows and stay in flow. Give it a try.