Typeeto: Easy Remote Typing on Your iOS Device

If you’re a hardcore Mac  and iOS user, you no doubt on occasion use a bluetooth keyboard to type on your iOS device. But using a bluetooth keyboard can sometimes be a tedious setup. Well thanks to Eltima Software, the remote keyboard connection is solved with Typeeto, which requires no bluetooth connections! By coincidence, I was struggling to connect my flat …

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Ask Mac Automator: Siri macOS vs Dragon Dictate

@macautotips Question: Is it possible the new Siri in macOs Sierra will be able to be used similar to DragonDictate? Thanks for what you do! — Tom Watson (@TomLWatson) September 10, 2016 Previously, I’ve compared Apple’s built voice-to-text features with Dragon Dictate, but with the recent inclusion of Siri on the Mac, my previous comparison needs …

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10 Automated Productivity Features and Hacks for Mac Users

The goal of Mac automation is to assist you in getting things done with less clicking, punching keyboard shortcuts, and performing redundant tasks—in other words, to help you be more productive. When it comes to Mac  productivity tools, features, and hacks, many beginning and intermediate Mac users may not realize the various smart automation features …

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16 Safari Shortcuts Triggered by Finger Gestures

The  other day I came across an article posted on the popular tech site, CNET, titled the “21 shortcuts for Safari you should know.” As you probably can guess, it includes the best keyboard shortcuts for controlling and managing features in Safari. Well, I have a challenge to this article. While shortcuts are great, who can actually reminder them all? …

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Keyboard Maestro and Automator

MacSmart Webinar: Keyboard Maestro vs Automator

When it comes to Mac automation, the default OS X program, Automator, is nearly obsolete when compared to the third-party application, Keyboard Maestro. But if you’re new to Mac automation, and you want to increase your Mac  productivity, launching Automator and assembling a few workflows can be a useful way to prepare for the even …

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Ask Mac Automator: My Recommended Task Manager?

Hi Bakari, I’m sold on Dragon Dictate.  I think I’m going to purchase it today.  I’m an American living in Sydney Australia so I don’t know ifI can still get deals through amazon. I’ve been looking around you site.  I wish I had found it years ago.  You use all the apps I own (and …

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7 Different Ways To Delete Items On Your Mac

One of the reasons I like Mac automation applications is that they provide more than one way to perform a task. Thus when it comes to deleting files and other items on my Mac, thankfully I’m not limited to punching the Delete key or dragging items to the trashcan. In this article I share several Mac automation features I use to delete items and …

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Ask Mac Automator: Activating and Launching Applications

I use Keyboard Maestro to launch my most used programs, like MS Word using hotkeys (like COMMAND OPTION W ). This launches the closed program and works great. But, like all open programs, eventually it gets covered with other programs that I have open. What I would like to do is to use the same …

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101 Dragon Dictate Voice Commands for Bossing Your Mac

Despite my issues with Dragon Dictate, the voice-to-text application  remains the only Mac  program for triggering powerful and time-saving voice commands on the Mac. As I explained before, Dragon Dictate outshines Apple’s voice commands features. And even when the upcoming Siri command features are released in the Sierra of OS X, it looks if as …

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Why and How to Go From a Mac User to Mac Automator

One of the primary goals of Mac Automation Tips is to turn general Mac users into Mac automators. I imagine  intermediate and advanced Mac users most likely use  applications like TextExpander, Alfred or Launchbar, Automator, or even Keyboard Maestro to speed up their workflow and reduce tedious or redundant tasks. But beginning and general Mac users may only use the default features …

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