Typinator turbo-charges your typing productivity.
Type a little. Typinator does the rest.
We’ve all faced projects that require repetitive typing tasks. With Typinator, you can store commonly used text and images in quick keywords and abbreviations. From email templates to code snippets to website URLs, there’s no easier way to recreate repetitive text at a moment’s notice.
Uncomplicated configuration. Quickly and easily create abbreviations and assign replacement text and pictures.
Simplified migration. If you already use TextExpander, TypeIt4Me, or a similar app, you can migrate to the highly praised Typinator using simple drag-and-drop importation methods.
Conversion options. Instantly convert currency values, measurement units and more.
Extensive app compatibility. Your text expansions function in all of your OS X and macOS apps with lightning-fast precision.
Note: Version 7 is a paid upgrade from version 6 and earlier; pricing info can be found here.
Typinator can now perform remote expansions in Citrix
Typinator now supports the AppleScript commands “move” and “duplicate” for moving and copying rules
Faster expansion in many situations
Improved timing and context validation when restoring saved clipboard contents
New technique for fine-grained adaptations to applications that need special handling of expansions
Improved reliability of quick expansions in certain cases
The diagnostics report now also contains timing information
The “Start at Login” option is now turned on by default when Typinator is installed on a computer for the first time
When secure input mode is already enabled when Typinator starts up, Typinator correctly reports that this was caused by an unknown application
Updated versions of built-in AutoCorrection and Product Names sets
Works around an issue where Outlook inserted “smart” spaces in expansions
Fixes an expansion issue with Firefox on macOS Sierra
Fixes an update error after editing an abbreviation
Typinator now correctly disables itself in LogMeIn
Works around an expansion problem in Final Draft
Fixes a cursor positioning issue in Visual Studio Code
Fixes a problem where parts of quick expansions were dropped
Fixes a problem in Twitter’s message box in web browsers, where Typinator deleted too many characters
Fixes a problem with simulated keystrokes for keys on the numeric keypad
Fixes a problem that caused export of sets as publications to fail in certain cases
Works around a potential issue in the handling of formatted text expansions
Fixes an expansion problem in Safari on older versions of macOS
Works around a conflict with the built-in text replacements of macOS
Works around an issue that caused insertion of the clipboard instead of the expansion in some web browsers
Works around an issue with international keyboards that prevented usage of certain key combinations as hotkeys