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LaunchBar 6 - Meet the future of productivity. Keep your hands on the keyboard. Start with a single keyboard shortcut to access and control every aspect of your digital life. Access applications, documents, bookmarks and more by typing short abbreviations.
An adaptive app launcher and document browser.
Access applications, documents, bookmarks and more by typing short abbreviations.
Your personal digital assistant.
Manage events and reminders. Access your contacts.
A powerful file manager.
Browse the file system, query file metadata. Copy, move or rename files and folders.
An efficient search tool.
Perform desktop or web searches and get instant feedback.
… and so much more
- A clipboard history, a snippet manager, a jukebox,
- a calculator, a script runner, an info browser…
- Whatever you want to accomplish on your Mac –
- with LaunchBar it’s only a few keystrokes away!
Beauty in every stroke.
Regardless of whether you are a long-time user, or just a beginner – you will love LaunchBar’s new interface. Every aspect, every pixel was designed for simplicity. And now you can even choose your preferred appearance from a set of stunning built-in themes.
There’s a rule for that.
LaunchBar’s ever-growing set of indexing rules has been further extended to include Finder Tags, Emoji, Reminders, Safari Reading List and Top Sites, iCloud Tabs, Themes and more.
Extend without limits.
Info Browsing – details at your command.
Explore an item’s metadata such as image dimensions, color profiles, Finder tags, navigate into application bundles, browse property list or text file contents, view recent documents and other associated files, review file attributes, disk capacity, word counts, and more.
Perform web searches on Google, Wikipedia or DuckDuckGo even more efficiently with live suggestions. And many actions such as Calculator or Calendar input now also provide instant feedback for the entered query.
What’s your usage profile?
Regardless of how long you’ve been using LaunchBar, there is still something new to be discovered. With Usage Statistics you get a detailed analysis about the features you use most often, and the ones remaining to be explored.
• Re-organized Themes.
• Changed Default Theme. The previous default theme is still available (it has been renamed to "Base").
• Improved legibility in the new Default Theme.
• Modernized design of the index window.
Things 3 Integration
• Added support for Things 3.
• Much improved "Add to Things" action. The action now accepts multiple lines (typically via Send to) to generate multiple to-tos, one for each line. Provides feedback via user notification, describing what has been added.
• Added actions for opening lists in Things 3 (Inbox, Today, Upcoming, Anytime, Someday). These actions are accessible either directly via abbreviation search, or by browsing the Things application (select Things in LaunchBar and press Right Arrow).
• Improved 1Password indexing.
• Improved opening 1Password logins.
• Removed legacy support for 1Password versions before 6.5.
• Standard "Natural Scrolling" behavior in search result list.
• Improved URL input when entering a colon while the TLD is selected. This now inserts the colon before the trailing slash. Makes it easier to enter port numbers, like in http://example.com:80/
• Improved searching within results of custom actions.
• Improved Emoji skin tone support.
• Improved Instant Calculate to ignore IPv4 addresses.
• Disabled actions are no longer shown when browsing an application’s associated actions.
• Improved Safari Tabs action to work with Safari opened full screen on a different space.
• Fixed incorrect display of reminder item priorities.
• Fixed DuckDuckGo action. Due to a bug introduced in macOS 10.12.5 the search result wasn’t opened in the default browser (e.g., Safari) but in some other browser (e.g., Firefox).
• Fixed "Send iMessage" action (stopped working due to a bug in macOS 10.12.5).
Requirements: Runs on OS X Mavericks (10.9) and later.