Mac: If your Mac’s menu bar is getting a little out of hand with apps it might be time to reorganize, hide away, and clean them up a little. Broomstick is an app that can hide a number of popular apps as well as reorganize your menu bar to help you find what you’re looking for fast.
The main purpose of Broomstick is to provide a simple way to hide away menu bar apps you don’t need and provide a means to reorganize them when you’re done. You can hide an app (and make it show up again) with a few clicks and if you want to customize the order you can type in the order you want the apps to appear. It only works with a select amount of apps, but Broomstick supports a lot of popular programs like Dropbox, LogMeIn, CrashPlan, and more. You can download it free from the developers site below. – Via Lifehacker