KeyCue Alternatives

    KeyCue is described as 'Menu shortcuts are supposed to provide quick access to frequently used menu commands. But honestly: how many menu shortcuts do you know by heart?' and is an app in the OS & Utilities category. There are six alternatives to KeyCue for Mac, Windows, Linux, Online / Web-based and SaaS. The best alternative is CheatSheet, which is free. Other great apps like KeyCue are CheatKeys (Paid), Paletro (Paid), ShortcutFoo (Paid) and KeyCombiner (Freemium).

    This page was last updated Jul 1, 2021

    1. CheatSheet shows you the available shortcuts of the active application after holding the command-key for 2 seconds. After the panel shows up you can either type the shortcut or click the item in the panel to execute the command.
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      It's free and it works with High Sierra.
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    2. Just hold the CTRL-Key a bit longer to see a list of available short-cuts in your current application. Smart rendering stacks short-cuts to fit the optimal screen space. Using an app that's not supported? One click and have it added to the integration queue.
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    3. Enable command palette (Shift+Command+P) to any applications. With feature of: - Command Fuzzy Search - Custom Themes - Menu Group - Menu Back List - Extensions - Search non-English menus. - Show Shortcut
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    4. shortcutFoo is a fun and easy way to learn shortcuts and become a more productive programmer. Build Muscle Memory
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      • FreemiumProprietary
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      • Software as a Service (SaaS)
      KeyCombiner helps you learn exactly the keyboard shortcuts you need. Create your own shortcut collections by importing from a large public database of shortcuts (VSCode, Vim, IntelliJ, Gmail, Notion, Excel, etc.
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    5. Mouseless caters shortcuts for your favorite apps in bite-sized exercises to you. Interactive drills train the muscle-memory required to have your fingers flying across the keyboard. A session takes less than 5 minutes and covers about 10 shortcuts.
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