ShellTo opens Terminal, iTerm, or iTerm2 to the current directory in Finder.
ShellTo is great for developers using Git, Mercurial, or doing any sort of development that requires running processes like Node.js, Ruby, or CoffeeScript.
★★★★★ "Great app! It acts even better than I imagined. Thanks!!!"
★★★★★ "This little app is one of the most useful things on my computer!"
★★★★★ "Thank You - I mean really... this may be the most basic application in the world that solves more pain than was ever necessary on OSX."
★★★★★ "Simple, sweet and to the point, just the way I like my apps. I wish I had found this a long time ago; I think it will change the way I work in a minor yet fundamental way."
Added retina graphics
Ratings and Reviews
Simply does as advertised
Simple, sweet and to the point, just the way I like my apps. I wish I had found this a long time ago; I think it will change the way I work in a minor yet fundamental way.
One question: could it be possible to customize this app to open a window in X11 instead of Terminal?
Very convenient, makes me even more efficient
Love not having to cd to directories. Great, simple idea that shaves off the part of the task no one likes to do. I agree with the below review putting it into a finder window would be hot or simply making a kb shortcut, but I do like the click-to-activate shortcut
Helpful little tool
Drag this to your finder toolbar, and that's it, it works as advertised.
The one minor nit is that the icon looks the same regardless whether the finder window is in the background or foreground. Other icons "dim" their borders when the window is sent to the back. You can see the effect in the app store screenshot.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.