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Command-Tab Plus
Keyboard-centric application switcher for your Mac ⌘

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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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iPhone Hacks | #1 iPhone, iPad, iOS Blog
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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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.
J. Alexander Curtis
J. Alexander Curtis- Co-Founder, Yagi Telecom
I use this 100+ times a day. I use it for basic math as a calculator, i use it to launch almost 100% of my apps (or even to bring them to the forefront when they are hidden), I use them to launch web searches, and more. I don't even think about it. Mapped to Opt+Spacebar, i can do so much with my computer without taking my hands off the keyboard. Alot of… See more
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Every shortcut for designers in one place!

Shortcuts.design is a small website that lists every shortcut a designer ever wants to know, all designapps in one place and in a simple and clear way. It's very usefull for beginning designers to quickly charge their workflow, when you switched to a new designtool or when you just want a reference for repeating actions!

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Switch between apps with just the Touch Bar

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Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré
Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré- B2B SaaS Consultant
Use this Touch Bar utility to launch and switch between apps on the MacBook Pro.
Maxim Ananov
Maxim Ananov- Distraction Dimmer • HazeOver.com
This app was made specifically to make the Touch Bar useful.
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9to5Mac
A new MacBook Pro Touch Bar-oriented app called TouchSwitcher is now available for free download. The app's premise is simple: it allows you to quickly bring to focus any running app via a tap of the app's icon displayed in the Touch Bar.
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Pock can place your macOS Dock inside your MacBook's TouchBar, letting you enjoy your screen in full-size every time!

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iDownloadBlog.com
Many people disregard the power of Touch Bar shortcuts just because they're not willing to customize the shortcuts. If you're among that group, how about using that OLED strip in place of the function key row for something universally useful, like the Dock?
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Organize multiple apps in tabs

Multrin is a cross-platform app built on top of Electron, that lets you to organize apps in tabs, by just dropping them onto Multrin. It aims to greatly improve your productivity and organization.

If you like it, please leave a star on my Github. I would really appreciate that :)

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The fastest way to launch websites—with custom hotkeys ⚡️⌨️

Quickey New Tab is an elegant dashboard of customizable keyboard shortcuts that launch your favorite websites/bookmarks instantly 🚀 and eliminates unnecessary clicking & typing from your workflow ⏳

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Daniel Lin
Daniel Lin- Product Designer
Quickey Tab sets keyboard-shortcuts for launching websites/bookmarks! It introduces keyboard-shortcuts in a uniquely visual/customizable way (drag-and-drop customization, emoji personalization)
Daniel Lin
Daniel Lin- Product Designer
Quickey Tab uses Unsplash for their photo backgrounds on every New Tab, but it's also useful & great for keyboard-shortcut / productivity lovers!
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Elegant tab search, selection and beyond.

Inspired by Spotlight. Keyboard-focused but mouse friendly too. Open source.

Features:

📌 Lists tabs in order of recency by default, then fuzzy search by title or URL;

📌 Search recently closed tabs;

📌 Search all bookmarks.

Shortcuts:

CTRL+SPACE (Windows)

ALT+SPACE (OS X)

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Search Google, YouTube, Wikipedia, Amazon, IMDb from a new tab. Add as many sites as you want;

Search favorite sites from browser's address bar when you type "io" (without quotes) and press Space or Tab;

Use the right-click context menu to search for selected text on favorite sites;

Accurate and detailed 5-day weather forecast.

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