If you are a true power-user, you probably are always trying to find new shortcuts to help you get more work done, faster. But who has the time to go through the menus looking for all of them, then memorizing them? Not me, so I use CheatSheet.
This amazing free app hasn’t been on the Mac App Store for too long, yet it’s been able to rack up 422 ratings with an average of 4 and a half stars. Is that enough, or shall I go on?
Using CheatSheet is extremely simple. All you do is hold down the ⌘-Key for 2 seconds, as if you’re trying to remember which button to mash next, then Bingo, up pops this awesome little sheet that tells you all the shortcuts for the current program. Well, almost all, that is. Apparently, CheatSheet just scans the menus for keyboard shortcuts. Any advanced shortcuts that aren’t in the menus won’t show up. For example, you won’t find the screenshot shortcuts in Finder using CheatSheet. However for the most part, this app ought to do well.
Now back to my discussion on power-users. Most power-users will find this app very helpful, however, as I stated above, not all shortcuts will show up. So while this app will really save on time for you, it’s definitely not the final authority. Hopefully, CheatSheet will continue to grow until all possible shortcuts are listed. But until then, I’m still going to be a dedicated user.
[Source: Mac App Store]