Even though this free app doesn't really do anything except display exactly what your trackpad is sensing, it's still spectacular. Even with all my fingers I can't max this thing out, and inputs seem to be monitored just as precisely as when you're just using your point finger. I have no idea how you're supposed to map 10-finger inputs into anything useful, but man, the pointless toy potential here is massive. Update: As is, evidently, the dick joke potential. 11 bravos, to be shared amongst you [Lericsson via Reddit]
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