macOS SuperTab 2.2

 

SpriTec Software has released SuperTab 2.2. This version has added the power and simplicity of Voice Control to its Macintosh utility application that greatly enhances and extends the Mac’s built-in Command-Tab Application Switcher.

SuperTab allows users to fully customize the Mac’s built-in Command-Tab App Switcher to provide them with instant access to much more than just their Active Apps. This new version 2.2 of SuperTab allows users to fully access all their items within SuperTab simply by using their voice. SuperTab allows users to open any item within SuperTab simply by activating Voice Control and saying “Open” followed by the item’s name. This allows users to:

  • Open Files & Folders
  • Run or Quit Applications
  • Open Web Sites
  • Take Screen Shots
  • Copy or Paste from a SuperTab Clipboard
  • Type commonly-used phrases
  • Hide Background Applications
  • Open System Preference Panels
  • Run AppleScripts
  • Perform Saved Spotlight Searches
  • Set their Mac’s Display Configuration

SuperTab 2.2 has also added one of the most user-requested features: a way to label their folders in SuperTab to more easily see which folder is which.

SuperTab 2.2 is compatible with the following versions of macOS:

  • “El Capitan” (10.11)
  • “Yosemite” (10.10)
  • “Mavericks” (10.9)
  • “Mountain Lion” (10.8)

SuperTab 2.2 is free to download and install and is fully-functional for 30 days. After 30 days, it remains fully-functional but will occasionally ask users to register. Users can take advantage of a special 50%-off sale price of only $10, which is good now through October 1, 2016. SuperTab 2.2 is a free upgrade for SuperTab 2.x users. Users of earlier 1.x versions of SuperTab can upgrade to 2.2 for $2.99 (USD).

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