pick (fuzzy search) Alternatives

    pick (fuzzy search) is described as 'A fuzzy search tool for the command-line'. There are eight alternatives to pick (fuzzy search) for Mac, Linux, Windows, Vim and BSD. The best alternative is fzf, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like pick (fuzzy search) are fzy (Free, Open Source), icepick (Free, Open Source), Selecta (Free, Open Source) and skim (fuzzy finder) (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Feb 4, 2020

      • FreeOpen Source
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      fzf is a general-purpose command-line fuzzy finder. * No dependencies * Blazingly fast * The most comprehensive feature set * Flexible layout using tmux panes * Batteries included * Vim/Neovim plugin, key bindings and fuzzy auto-completion
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      • FreeOpen Source
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      fzy is a fast, simple fuzzy text selector for the terminal with an advanced scoring algorithm. fzy is faster and shows better results than other fuzzy finders.


      • FreeOpen Source
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      A fuzzy text selector for files and anything else you need to select. Use it from vim, from the command line, or anywhere you can run a shell command. Reimplementation of selecta in Rust.
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      • FreeOpen Source
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      A fuzzy text selector for files and anything else you need to select written in Ruby. Use it from vim, from the command line, or anywhere you can run a shell command.
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    1. Fuzzy Finder in Rust.
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      • FreeOpen Source
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      Terminal fuzzy finder/dmenu-replacement.
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      • FreeOpen Source
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      General-purpose fuzzy selector focused on simplicity and performance.
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      • FreeOpen Source
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      Fuzzy file finder for the command line.
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