Allows the user to program a keyboard combination to type text, open files, and perform moderately complex macros. SimpleKeys is designed to be simple to use and a snap to set up. You can run Applescripts, run terminal commands, open URLs and much more. Shortcuts can be included in a Menubar Item or the SimpleKeys dock menu, and set to be active in all apps or any group of apps.
Demo video available at http://www.pidog.com/SimpleKeys/
Shell and script results now displayed in a non-blocking window to prevent SimpleKeys from becoming non-responsive.
Fixed a possible exception when reordering actions.
Ratings and Reviews
No frills, no muss, no fuss. Just needed something to open an app, enter my login credentials and create it in a way I can edit (as my password changes every 60 days). This did the trick. Now that I have it I am sure I will be using it to do other repetitive/semi-tedious stuff. Nice piece of work.
Just what I needed
Keyboard Maestro, Hazel and others had too many features I was never to use. For my dull repetitive Mail funtions, this software did it just right! Thank you
Almost good as Keyboard Meastro, cheaper
My trial run of Keyboard Maestro was almost over, and I was having a hard time stomaching $35+ for it, because they decided the upgrade would not be free (I've been using KM for years). I checked out SimpleKeys, and it works just as well. I'd like to suggest that Type Text and Paste Text would wrap in its entry window, though. I mean, you have all that window space, and I'd sure like to see all of what I've typed so I can check for typos. If SimpleKeys had that, I'd give it 5 stars.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.