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There are some apps like Adobe Reader that do not work with Spectacle. Basically any app with a heavily customized UI that breaks OS X accessibility will not work correctly under Spectacle. Apparently this issue is more a critique towards Adobe, as they are notorious for building system heavy apps with limited play well with others. See More
The settings for the app are pretty jumbled and are hard to get a grip on, especially for first time users. While all the settings one would need are there, they are difficult to find or understand, which requires a good bit of just playing around with the settings in order to get a feel for them and what they offer. See More
By be designed to work closely to how xmonad works Amethyst uses keyboard shortcuts to control the windows being used with no mouse input necessary. This can make for a faster way to control windows one one gets used to using the keyboard for all window controls. See More
Unlike someone other tiling window managers SizeUp has no way to change the size of split screen actions on the fly. Any time a user wants to change how much room on the screen a window takes up when using the split screen function they will need to manually change the settings, which can be time consuming. See More