Homerow

Homerow

Spotlight for the macOS user interface
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12 Reviews
Balint Fulop
@fuli42
1 review
Homerow is one of the first apps I install on a new Mac. You can click any element on the screen by fuzzy searching. Dragging and clicking with a mouse or trackpad feels so inefficient now, when you can achieve what you want via a simple hotkey.
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Gerard Janssen
@gerard_janssen
1 review
Faster than the competion and a minimalistic UI that appeals to me. The pricing is a bit steep for a utility of this kind.
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Slobodan Erak
Ruby and Elixir enthusiast.
1 review
I was using a previous iteration of this product and following the work of the author for years now. This is an app that's been missing on macOS ecosystem for a while.
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Helder S Ribeiro
@agentofuser
4 reviews
As a long-time Vimium user and fan, Homerow fits like a glove and lets me take the keyboard magic outside the browser into any Mac app. Amazing!
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Amorn Jongsathapongpan
@amorn_jongsathapongpan
1 review
It is time saver.
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Sean Zhou
Sean Zhou
hello
1 review
excellent app
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Lily
Lily
Enjoyer of good digital products
1 review
I cannot stress the degree of amazing I consider this app to be. I cannot think of a single negative point I'd like to make about it. While it has more work to be done in regards to making it play well with everything out there, it's in alpha so of course it's not perfect and that doesn't detract from the good I have to say about it at all
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Chi Cong
Chi Cong
@congnc
4 reviews
Efficient capture of text
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Andre Light
Software engineer and chocolate maker
1 review
This is the best app for quickly clicking almost anywhere via the keyboard, which is particularly useful when there's no keyboard shortcut (or I can't remember the shortcut). Minimizes switching between keyboard and mouse.
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Jie Fu
Jie Fu
fujye@qq.com
1 review
good, better with windows supports
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