By Pilotmoon Software
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RapidClick automatically clicks your mouse at regular intervals. Use RapidClick to automate simple tasks or to save your hand from getting tired whenever you have to do a lot of clicking.
How to use:
1. Set how fast you want to click
2. Press the Start button to begin clicking
3. Press the Stop button to stop!
- Speed from 1 click per hour to 20 clicks per second
- Assign a hotkey to start and stop clicking
- Left click or right click
- The start/stop button floats above all apps, including full screen games
- Audio and visual feedback shows you the clicks happening
What's New in Version 1.4
Yes, an update to RapidClick, only 1493 days since the last one!
I've fixed bugs and glitches and given the user interface a freshen up for the latest versions of OS X.
One other thing: As of v1.4, RapidClick requires OS X 10.9 or later. Users of OS X 10.6, 10.7 and 10.8 can still download the older version of RapidClick from https://pilotmoon.com/rapidclick.
I hope you enjoy the update and RapidClick continues to give you faithful clicking service!
If you have any comments, tweet @pilotmoon or email email@example.com. I'd love to know: what do YOU use RapidClick for? Always great to hear how it's being used out there. And if you like RapidClick, please take a moment to click a star rating on the App Store.
Thanks and have a nice day,
I use this for gaming
This app does exactly what it says it does first off. It is rather simple eand very easy to use. Used this for a very particular game and it the benefit of not having to click constantly made it super nice. However I want to use it now where it double clicks every 10-20 seconds. I noticed that this does not provide that option. Im sure that most of us who use this as a game option, would love to have this added. If we could have that integrated into this app I would love to give you the full 5 stars. Please consider this. Thanks!
does the job
App auto clicks as promised, the developer just needs to add the ability to hide the application like they do with their Dwell Click app. No reason that the app needs to be shown on top of all other applications constantly. Please update and this is becomes a 5 Star app! Thanks
Used to be Good...
RapidClick no longer includes the options to ‘Hide’ or to ‘Show Menubar Icon’ as was the case in earlier iterations. Without these options the app is an awfully ugly rectangular GUI that stays on top of all applications. This is unexpected from a developer whose work is useful and dependable, furthermore, limiting this app’s availability to the MAS only is regressive, it used to be available as a full-fledged downloadable disk image from the developer’s website. "From Prada to Nada” comes to mind...
- Category: Utilities
- Updated: May 12, 2016
- Version: 1.4
- Size: 1.6 MB
- Languages: English, French
- Seller: Nicholas Moore
- © Pilotmoon Software
Compatibility: OS X 10.9 or later, 64-bit processor