Widget lovers on Mac have either the built-in Mac Dashboard or the Yahoo Widget Engine to work with. The trouble with both services is that they lack customization. Amnesty Widget Browser lets you manage widgets the way you want.
The application works independently of Dashboard, displaying all your widgets in the menu bar. Working just like independent applications, these can be launched individually, without running Dashboard, thus saving up a considerable amount of RAM. Widgets can float like they do in Dashboard or appear like more traditional applications.
Amnesty Widget Browser also lets you fully customize how widgets appear on your desktop. You can tweak the transparency and size of each of them and rotate them around on your screen. We also particularly liked being able to save workspaces with different widgets. This means you can organize widgets by themes and open up groups of them instead of each one individually. If you want to, Amnesty Widget Browser even allows you to hide individual widgets or all of them at once.
Amnesty Widget Browser truly gives you the liberty to organize and run your widgets the way you want.