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Apptivate

Launch Mac apps with custom keyboard shortcuts

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View Mac keyboard shortcuts in the current application

CheatSheet is lets you view available keyboard shortcuts in your current application. Just hold the ⌘-Key a bit longer to get a list of all active short cuts of the current application. It's as simple as that.

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phillpafford
phillpafford- miner
one of my must have apps installed on a mac, displays hotkey shortcuts for all apps
phillpafford
phillpafford- miner
this is a must have app for Mac OSX, there are many keyboard hotkey/shortcuts in the applications themselves that you can utilize, this app helps you do this. did I mention it's FREE!
Mohammed Shammout
Mohammed Shammout
Because shortcuts are life.
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A shortcut gets you from Point A to Point B in a shorter amount of time than it would if you did not take the shortcut. Pretty simple premiss right? But when it comes to shortcuts on your Mac, it might take even longer just to find or remember what that shortcut even is.
Lifehacker
Mac OS X: Learning keyboard shortcuts is one of the best ways to enhance your productivity, but there are tons to learn-especially when you count individual applications' own special shortcuts. CheatSheet is your Mac shortcuts friend: The free utility quickly summons a list of all keyboard shortcuts for the app you're using.
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The Mac's best launcher just got a whole lot better

Alfred is an award-winning app for Mac OS X which boosts your efficiency with hotkeys, keywords, text expansion and more. Search your Mac and the web, and be more productive with custom actions to control your Mac.

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Rogin Farrer
Rogin Farrer- Design Systems Engineer @Wayfair
I used to use aText and Dash, and Alfred replaced both for me. The snippets have gotten a lot smarter over time, with support for smart variables, like date, time and cursor.
Jeff Davis
Jeff Davis- PHP Web Developer
When I sit in front of a Mac that doesn't have Alfred installed, I have no idea what to do. It is like when I am at a friend's house and I drop food on the floor and realize they don't have a dog. Why not just get a dog? It makes like so much easier. Alfred is the very first thing I would install on a Mac
John Kappa
John Kappa- Melbourne based Designer
Once you get used to using Alfred you'll be able to kill your dock and speed up your workflow.
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Convert any website into an app for your dock

An awesome Mac app that allows you to convert any website into an app for your Dock. Apply various settings such as 'Always on Top', allowing you to watch videos or news content whilst you code or have apps that show the Mobile version of the website.

Support for private browsing means you can create separate apps for your social or email accounts

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