Power Menu is a highly configurable Finder extension that adds powerful actions to the right click menu and toolbar within Finder - this makes it quick and easy to do things such as move and copy files, convert images, create new documents and much more. The app comes bundled with preset actions and supports custom shell scripts.

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Would love a trial version tbh.
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@taichi_kato We're working on a trial version - stay tuned :)
@taichi_kato Yeah, need a trial version of this. Not sure how it would integrate with my workflow so a trial would be ideal. Until then, love the product and please keep us updated on this.
@taichi_kato +1 on a trial version (especially before offering a discount code!).
Hey everyone! We are launching our brand new Mac app today and would love to get feedback on our idea. You can get 20% off the full price by using coupon code: POWER20 at checkout :) Also, check out our blog post on Power Menu here: https://blog.fiplab.com/power-me...
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Integrate with Alfred to make this all keyboardable for double-plus magic.
@cozysd Interesting - can you expand on this idea?
@rmodha Alfred can act on a selected item in Finder, via hotkey: https://www.alfredapp.com/blog/t... Imagine if your list of actions http://cozy.es/Kd8Sgo was in that list of actions http://cozy.es/TMi8hk Boom, now I can use your tool from the keyboard. Alfred's install base is huge, so I'm not alone in wanting to be able to stay on the keyboard to do things like this with my files…
This looks helpful. I agree a trial would be great. For example, I have concerns that this pic above is a right click and that maybe you are replacing MacOS right click items. Some of those I really want like Get Info and Quick Look. Also, on Move to, there are only three folder options so it seems this move or copy to might just work with the recent folders in MacOS?
@byter Thanks for the feedback. Power Menu adds actions to the existing menu and does not replace the default right click options. You can also choose to have all Power Menu actions grouped within a submenu.
@byter It works with whatever Folders you add. It is completely customizable from the preferences panel.