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The missing gesture layer for macOS.
A gesture layer and window manager for the trackpad power user.
Control windows and applications right from your trackpad with intuitive two-finger swipe, pinch, tap, and hold gestures. Always be in control with live tooltips and haptic feedback.
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9 Alternatives to Swish

Lovely Mac menu bar app to create reminders w/ drag & drop

Drag & drop from the menu bar to create a reminder in just a single moment. Done. Go back to what you were doing without getting distracted by other tasks until really necessary.

Tinu Cleatus
Tinu Cleatus- CTO, Nuventure Technology Solutions
Quickest way to create that quick reminder.
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On my iPhone, I rely on Due to handle my reminders. It's a lovely little app that quickly lets me create reminders about anything using natural language. Sometimes, for reminders over the next few minutes, I just tell Siri to set a timer for X minutes. And on the Mac, I have Gestimer now.
The best solutions are often the simplest. Time after time, Apple has unveiled revolutionary new input methods that seem obvious in retrospect but are ingenious in their simplicity; things like the mouse, the click wheel, and multitouch are so deceptively simple they have instantly changed the way we approach the respective interfaces they control, bringing … See more
Sometimes things don't have to be very complex to have an impact. In fact, Apple's entire design esthetic focuses on the "less is more" philosophy, and the associated principles clearly have an influence on many iOS and OS X developers.
When I think about what makes a great app, I don't think it needs to be packed full of every imaginable feature. It doesn't need to be as precisely and extensively engineered as Editorial or Tweetbot. A great app can just as easily be an app like Pedometer++ or Blink, apps which enable users to [...]
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Supercharged remote control for your Mac (iOS)

David Baruchel
David Baruchel- Founder, CaptainParrot & Start The F* Up
Probably the app I use the most without ever noticing. I recently changed computer and the 10 minutes I spent before installing it again seemed slow and tedious. You quickly get accustomed to using it to search anything on your computer, whether it's launching an app (already open or not), accessing a file, searching on Maps or Google from anywhere. The beau… See more
Yann- Product Enthusiast
You never see Alfred but he's always there for you 🙏🏼
Margot Mazur
Margot Mazur- Sr. Marketing Manager, HubSpot
So easy, I use it many times a day for everything from a quick calculation to a search (web or computer) to a definition of a word.
5 Alternatives to Alfred Remote

Free OS X app to configure custom gestures for your trackpad

Brad Tidwell
Brad Tidwell- Web Developer
This is 100% the best tool. It adds the four-square screen docking and supercharges your touchpad and touchbar. Imagine being able to navigate between apps and tabs (alt+tab) with a swipe of the fingers - that's what this does. Imagine adding your own apps and shortcuts to the touch bar... it does that too. I recommend this to everyone.
Charles Han
Charles Han- Founder of and Sketchcase
This is one of the few software that I actually paid for when I was a student. It's "Magnet for Mac" on steroids. I use shortcuts like a ⌘+option+, to put a window on left half of the screen, ⌘+option+. for right half, ⌘+option+control+, to move a window to the left desktop, and etc. You can customize anything, and even make macros.
mark!- Sr. Social Media Manager, Red Bull
My entire life is hot-keyed through this app, it's an absolute game changer.
4 Alternatives to BetterTouchTool

Wireless KeyPad and NumPad with customizable layouts

Turn your iPhone or iPad into the wireless extension of your Mac keyboard. Add dedicated numbers, arrows and other blocks to your Mac keyboard. Why buy additional hardware that you have to carry around with you if you can have it almost for free?

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9 Alternatives to Remote Pad for Mac

Use your back/forward mouse buttons for navigation in macOS.

SensibleSideButtons is a menu bar app that lets you use your third-party mouse's side buttons for navigation across all of macOS, including many places where other apps won't let you (such as Xcode). Similar behavior to Windows. The app is free to use and open source.

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