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

Example: Medium.com has a captivating set of tips along the bottom when you first write a post; about half of which are keyboard shortcuts. What other great products out there are innovative in this way :)?
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    Magnet 2.0

    Window manager for Mac

    Arun Sathiya4Happiness Engineer, Automattic ยท Written
    Great, great app! Fully keyboard-based.
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    Jarod StewartSr. Software Engineer, Yonomi ยท Written
    Seriously one of the easiest apps to set up and use
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    BetterSnapTool

    Manage your window positions and size from your keyboard

    Niv Dror14Words @ProductHunt & @AngelList ยท Written
    I use this app only through keyboard shortcuts to move apps around the screen
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    Keyboard Maestro

    Conduct your Mac like a pro

    Arun Sathiya4Happiness Engineer, Automattic ยท Written
    I am not really sure if Keyboard Maestro would fit here, but it's a great app if you want to do keyboard-shortcuts (virtual mouse and keyboard inputs) on any app!
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    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 to save time and strained hands on mouse/trackpads. This app allows you to take those great keyboard shortcuts you know and love, and bring them into other programs, control your UI, run scripts, macros, workflows, actions, etc. Also great to be running alongside alfred, karabiner and either a macropad and/or a programmable keyboard for ultimate workflow control.
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  4. 6
    Spectacle

    Move and resize windows with ease on Mac.

    Best keyboard shortcut app for mac!
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    Agreed!
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  5. 6
    aText

    Type faster using abbreviations for common phrases

    Waldo BroodrykHappiness Hero Manager at Webflow ยท Written
    Super easy to modify, and it includes the ability to add custom fields easily.
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    Arun Sathiya4Happiness Engineer, Automattic ยท Written
    aText is an excellent choice if you want a tool for expanding text. I have been using for an year now and I don't have complaints.
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    Alfred Remote

    Supercharged remote control for your Mac (iOS)

    Nick Abouzeid36Words at Product Hunt โœŒ๏ธ ยท Written
    If Spotlight was actually powerful, it would be Alfred. Alfred lets you build in hundreds of shortcuts, including my favorite "Open {{file name}}" all from your keyboard. Saved me hours - was the first thing I installed when I got my new computer.
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    Arun Sathiya4Happiness Engineer, Automattic ยท Written
    Very helpful for me too. I use Alfred Remote for quick weather, currency conversions, defining words, searching Twitter. :)
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  7. 6
    Alfred 3

    The Mac's best launcher just got a whole lot better

    Niv Dror14Words @ProductHunt & @AngelList ยท Written
    Never use your mouse again.
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    Alfred is the ultimate productivity app. This will MAKE you a keyboard shortcut freak (if you aren't already, for some reason...)
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    Ben AdamskiDeveloper. Storyteller. Collaborator. ยท Written
    I can't believe this isn't higher! My first install on any new computer.
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  8. 5
    CheatSheet

    View Mac keyboard shortcuts in the current application

    The only keyboard shortcut / hotkey app you'll ever need! It displays any applications shortcuts
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  9. 5
    Rocket

    Slack-style emoji everywhere on your Mac ๐Ÿš€

    Nick Abouzeid36Words at Product Hunt โœŒ๏ธ ยท Written
    Emojis EVERYWHERE! Touch bar has nothing on this. Only way to use emojis on Mac. ๐Ÿš€
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    Arun Sathiya4Happiness Engineer, Automattic ยท Written
    I tried Rocket on my Mac once. Found it a bit slow/not working in certain cases, but is a good choice, nevertheless.
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    Ben AdamskiDeveloper. Storyteller. Collaborator. ยท Written
    I tried it out briefly and found auto expanding all of my favorite emojis (every slack default) as snippets in alfred to always be fasterโ€”but I'm keeping my eyes on Rocket!
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    Ghost Browser

    The productivity browser for tech pros

    Larry KokoszkaFounder, Ghost Browser ยท Written
    Larry Kokoszka made this product
    Ghost browser has keyboard shortcuts to open up isolated cookie jars in the same browser window and also new Projects on the fly. We'll be expanding keyboard shortcuts to include a lot of other stuff too...probably in the order that they are requested.
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    CloudApp Annotate

    Annotate screenshots right from your Mac's menu bar!

    Niv Dror14Words @ProductHunt & @AngelList ยท Written
    Record screenshots, videos, and GIFs, and annotate in the cloud via keyboard shortcuts. Very useful, use CloudApp multiple times daily. Disclosure: minor investor โœŒ๏ธ
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    Ben AdamskiDeveloper. Storyteller. Collaborator. ยท Written
    Nothing even compares for screenshots, videos, gifs and heavily annotating any of those options. I can't imagine my computer life without it. (They don't pay me but I'd quit any job I've had to work there in a โคbeat)
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    Got It Pro

    1-1 instant help from vetted Excel experts

    Niv Dror14Words @ProductHunt & @AngelList ยท Written
    Excel (using this as a representative example) is the holy grail of keyboard shortcuts
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  13. 2
    Dribbble

    Show and tell for designers (web interface inspiration)

    As a designer, I find myself using Dribbble for inspiration. They have nice shortcut to like a post and perform other operations.
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  14. 2
    Jumpcut

    Access your clipboard via the menu bar

    Nick Abouzeid36Words at Product Hunt โœŒ๏ธ ยท Written
    Live. Saver. Especially when you're moving a bunch of text between windows or pages. Access up to 40 of the past things you've copied, directly from your keyboard. I change the shortcut to CMD+Shift+V, but to each his own ๐Ÿค—
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  15. Arun Sathiya4Happiness Engineer, Automattic ยท Written
    Keyboard Maestro is crazy awesome. I have been using for an year now for a ton of automation and hotkeys. I love this app!
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  16. 2
    Evernote

    Note taking gets even simpler

    Niv Dror14Words @ProductHunt & @AngelList ยท Written
    Evernote has some very useful keyboard shortcuts. Although, now that I use the emoji keyboard shortcut, I end triggering an Evernote command quite often unintentionally. ๐Ÿ˜…
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    Ben AdamskiDeveloper. Storyteller. Collaborator. ยท Written
    Still think Evernote needs more keyboard love, but since they released a hotkey for fuzzy searching anything from tags, titles, notebooks or keywords, I haven't used anything else to dig through my Evernote.
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  17. 2
    Slack for Mac

    A new, improved Slack desktop app for Mac

    Payton GuthrieGrowth Hacker ยท Written
    Best chat app on the market and super easy to use mouse free...beautiful layout on Mac as well
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    Ben AdamskiDeveloper. Storyteller. Collaborator. ยท Written
    Slack's desktop app does keyboard shortcuts right. I almost never use my mouse for anything. (except maybe scrolling through large libraries of emojis)
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  18. Turn every single website in your browser into something you can keyboard shortcut your way through! I can't begin to describe how much mental effort this saves me as I browse websites on a day to day basis...
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    EmojiOne for Chrome

    Finally, an emoji keyboard for the modern desktop.

    ValentinCEO @ ADrone / Writer @ Stuffi ยท Written
    Perfect to get emojis on computer
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  20. kazzCo-founder, BoostIO ยท Written
    Boostnote has tons of shortcut keys such as search, copy of snippet and etc.... There are boost my productivity.
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