The Space feature found in OS X provides a wonderfully useful way to organise your desktop and help to keep your windows and applications arranged in a task-oriented way. While this is handy, it can be difficult to differentiate between desktops, particularly when switching between them at speed.
This is something Hyperspaces can help with, making it possible to customise the appearance of individual desktop. Each desktop can be assigned its own background image or colour making it much easier to identify a particular desktop when switching quickly.
Spaces can also be named and labelled so titles can be clearly seen when switching to make desktop selection easier than ever. As you might expect, Hyperspaces can be controlled through the use of keyboard shortcuts - including hotkeys to quickly jump to the next or previous desktop, or to jump back to the space you last used.
The trial version of the application enables you to get a good feel for how Hyperspaces works. You are able to work with up to three spaces, but this can be increased by upgrading to the full version of the software.
A nice addition to the methods of working that Spaces brings to OS X, Hyperspace is a great value utility.