Keys for Safari Alternatives

    Keys for Safari is described as 'Upon pressing G, Keys for Safari generates & renders shortcuts for every clickable element on the page. It's a much more beautiful and simple alternative to apps that just display a little yellow tag anywhere without much thought to user experience' and is an app in the Web Browsers category. There are more than 10 alternatives to Keys for Safari for a variety of platforms, including Mac, Windows, Linux, Google Chrome and Firefox. The best alternative is Vimium, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like Keys for Safari are cVim (Free, Open Source), Vimac (Free, Open Source), Vieb (Free, Open Source) and hunt-n-peck (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Jun 6, 2020

      • FreeOpen Source
      • Windows
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      • Online
      • Google Chrome
      • Firefox
      The Hacker's Browser. Vimium provides keyboard shortcuts for navigation and control in the spirit of Vim . Vimium helps you navigate the web without touching the mouse.
      • FreeOpen Source
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      • Google Chrome
      Vim bindings for Google Chrome. Why is this different than Vimium, ViChrome, or Vrome? These extensions do a wonderful job of adding Vim-like keybindings to Google Chrome, but they lack many of the features that the Firefox add-on Pentadactyl have.

      Discontinued

      As of April 23, 2020, the last update to GitHub was January 29, 2019, over a year ago. The most similar alternative is Surfingkeys (https://github.com/brookhong/Surfingkeys) or a fork of cVim, vb4c (https://github.com/dcchambers/vb4c).

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    1. Stop using your clunky trackpad/mouse now. Vimac is a productivity application that revolutionizes the way you navigate macOS. Click on buttons with hints. Activate Hint-mode and type the hint-text to perform a click. Trackpad-smooth keyboard scrolling.
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      Vieb - Vim Inspired Electron Browser - Free, open source, fast and secure - Local first adblocking, auto-complete, AMP protection, custom redirects and more, all without web requests - Privacy with strict permission system, navigator overrides, firefox mode, custom WebRTC...
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      • FreeOpen Source
      • Windows
      Simple vimium/vimperator style navigation for Windows applications based on the UI Automation framework. In essence, it works the same as screen readers or accessibility programs but with the goal of making any Windows program faster to use.
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    2. Shortcat is a keyboard tool for Mac OS X that lets you "click" buttons and control your apps with a few keystrokes. Think of it as Spotlight for the user interface.
      • FreeOpen Source
      • Mac
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      • Online
      • Firefox
      Vimperator is a Firefox browser extension with strong inspiration from the Vim text editor, with a mind towards faster and more efficient browsing. It has similar key bindings and you could call it a modal web browser, as key bindings differ according to which mode you are in.

      Discontinued

      Didn't make it a WebExtension

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      • FreeOpen Source
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      • BSD
      • Google Chrome
      • Neovim
      • Firefox
      This Chrome extension lets you use Neovim directly from your browser. Contrary to other extensions, it does not open a new OS window. In order to install it you need: - This Chrome addon - Neovim >=0.4.0 - The firenvim neovim plugin:...
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    3. sVim is a Safari extension with shortcuts similar to Vim. The functionality of sVim will mostly follow the Chrome extension cVim.
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      • FreeOpen Source
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      • Linux
      • Chrome OS
      • Google Chrome
      • Google Chrome to Phone
      Vim bindings for Chrome. This is a fork of cVim.
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