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aText

Type faster using abbreviations for common phrases

aText accelerates your typing by replacing abbreviations with frequently used phrases you define.

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Alfred 3

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.

Chris Messina- Product designer & entrepreneur
I use Alfred probably every 5th keystroke on my Mac. Well worth funding the development of this essential app.
Vijay Selvaraju- Data Science and Startups Enthusiast
Has almost all the features you could possibly expect from an app launcher/Search application. Integrated support for external apps like Itunes and One Password makes it more efficient. It also has an inbuilt clipboard manager and snippet expander which saves me quite a few bucks instead of paying for Textexpander and Pastebot. Workflows are extremely cus… See more
Les Hall- General Factotum, Blaylock Manor.
This is one of those apps that gets installed first on a new computer. Launch apps, create calendar entries, integrate with Evernote, 1Password etc. Workflows are add-ons that increase the apps' functionality. Best just read about it here. https://www.alfredapp.com/help/g...
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Spell It Out

Spelling out tech acronyms so you can be in the know.

Spell It Out spells out tech acronyms, abbreviations and word shorternings found in the tech industry so you can be in the know.

sound*bytes
Acronyms are rampant in the tech world. And spell it out, is where you find the meaning of these hieroglyphics. It's invaluable!!!
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TextExpander.com

Keyboard shortcuts updated across all your devices.

Loralee Hutton
I wonder if you might benefit from TextExpander? You can create your own shortcuts and those shortcuts will prefill any of your text (including long sentences or parapraphs. It's great for customer support, email responses, blogging, and even some coding.
Danny Matteson- Support @Disqus
The most robust tool I've ever found for managing canned-responses and macros across multiple apps and multiple users. Helps keep all of your customer-facing text snippets indexed, organized, and consistent across many people.
macfixer
Because typing is *so* 20th Century.
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What software can I use to paste pre-saved text from keyboard commands?

Francisco Vazquez Avila
aText - Type faster using abbreviations for common phrases
"Unlike Alfred, this _just_ does snippets, nothing else."
Alfred Remote - Supercharged remote control for your Mac (iOS)
"Has a built in snippet manager, which works great!"
TextExpander.com - Keyboard shortcuts updated across all your devices.
"Simple, but works great"

What's one app you use a lot, that most people don't know about?

David SpinksCEO, CMX Media
f.lux - Adjusts your computer's display to adapt to the time of day
"Not sure how well-known f.lux is but it's a must-download for any Mac or Windows user. It automatically dims your computer screen in the e… See more
Grammarly - Clear, effective, mistake-free writing.
"I get more use out of this than I do most any other tool/app. I feel like everyday is a learning experience with Gramercy. My writing has i… See more
Alfred Remote - Supercharged remote control for your Mac (iOS)
"You never see Alfred but he's always there for you 🙏🏼"

What are some products with great, keyboard-shortcut focused first time user experiences?

Gaurav Vohra
Magnet 2.0 - Window manager for Mac
"Seriously one of the easiest apps to set up and use"
BetterSnapTool - Manage your window positions and size from your keyboard
"I use this app only through keyboard shortcuts to move apps around the screen"
Keyboard Maestro - Conduct your Mac like a pro
"Brilliant app. It's the bees knees when it comes to keyboard macro recording with ease. It's an intuitive way to build complex workflows t… See more

What's a good alternative to Textexpander for Mac?

Théo BlochetProduct Guy. Currently @GetQonto
Dash - Instant offline access to 130+ API documentation sets.
"If you are a developer, Dash is your choice. It also does text-expanding and works great!"
Alfred 3 - The Mac's best launcher just got a whole lot better
"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 var… See more
aText - Type faster using abbreviations for common phrases
"I use aText and I've had 1-2 very minor issues with it over the years, but nothing major. It's definitely worth the $5 fee if you just want… See more
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