As we continue to learn OS X, we want more information, insider secrets and quicker ways to accomplish our daily tasks. We want to become Masters of our domain. And with the ever growing list of tools out there, it’s sometimes hard to navigate whats really helpful.
As part of my role here at Macdaily, I need to continually push myself in finding new techniques, new functions, new workflows to help you, our readers, learn more about the “ins and outs” of OS X.
Scouring the web for a new tool to help me realize the full potential of Keyboard Shortcuts I have found KeyCue.
KeyCue is a neat little tool that shows you what keyboard shortcuts are available based upon what application you have open. The app itself is a small install that secures itself to your menubar. A simple click of the icon activates it or a long hold on your command key does the same.
Once active, up pops a little window that for most applications, has a large number of shortcuts for you to plant in the back of you brain. From Finder to Chrome to Tweetbot there are hidden gems all over!
This is one of those apps that you find and wonder how you lived without it for so long. The little app that could!
The cost of KeyCue is definitely worth it if you are looking for small but powerful ways to speed up your workflows throughout the day.
Check out some screenshots below!