Create custom macros for your Mac and the web
What makes Keysmith stand out is its ability to monitor how you work and record your steps. Just hit the Record button, perform an action, and have Keysmith record your typing and clicking and turn these steps into a macro. You can then customize the recorded steps if you’d like.
Keysmith lets you create both universal hotkeys and app-specific hotkeys that will be triggered within specific apps or websites. Think of the actions you do every day. Pull requests? Slack? Lots of Google Docs editing? Anything can be streamlined with Keysmith.
Keysmith macros will save you lots of time, but you don’t want to have to remember dozens of new hotkeys. Luckily, Keysmith has a Spotlight-like search bar where you can find and run macros by name. No need to remember how you do things, Keysmith takes care of it.
You can create a whole range of macros across native Mac apps and the web (with a Chrome or Firefox extension). Set Keysmith to open a new tab in Chrome, start a pull request on GitHub, highlight selected text in Google Docs, or react with a specific emoji to Slack messages. Anything is possible.
Dark Mode, Retina display support, and everything else you’d expect from a native Mac app. Keysmith is written in Swift and fits your Mac flow seamlessly. Also, the app allows you to run macros with AppleScript or even embed custom AppleScript in your existing macros.