Shortcuts lets you create customized actions that can be performed by asking Siri.
Send To Menu Editor lets you edit the Send To menu so you can add new options and remove older ones on your PC.
EVE teaches you keyboard shortcuts that you can use to be more productive on your Mac.
Quick paste text lets you enter predefined text using a keyboard shortcut on your PC.
Pretzel helps you find keyboard shortcuts in the app you are currently using on your Mac.
Vimium for Chrome lets you access hyperlinks on a webpage using keyboard shortcuts so you don’t need to use a mouse.
Hot Shortcuts lets you create keyboard shortcuts for your favorite apps on your PC.
Haste accelerates your daily searches by letting you open the search panel using a shortcut key so you can search and retrieve results.
Mouse Shake Menu provides you with four configurable buttons to perform actions when you shake your mouse.
If you’re tired of typing the same text over and over again, Beeftext will help you automate the process for you.
If you find it a little bit difficult to manage windows using touchpad, Keypad Layout will let you do that using the Ctrl key.
Hangar brings an easier way for you to launch the most used apps on your Android device.
It’s great to have quick access to brightness control. Win10_BrightnessSlider gives you just that on your PC.
XMenu helps you launch apps and do more tasks right from the menu bar of your Mac.
Shortcuts are great as they help you quickly access a feature in an app and CheatSheep for macOS helps you find those shortcuts in various apps so that you can get your tasks done quickly.
The HotKeys app allows you to send shortcut commands to your Mac or PC right from your iOS device so you can get your tasks done remotely.