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  • Quicksilver
    4.5/5

    If you’re a Launchbar or Butler user, there’s probably little reason to switch to Quicksilver. But if you’re not using any of them, you should be. And, if you asked my advice, I’d tell you to try...

Quicksilver

4.5/5

At a Glance

If you’re a Launchbar or Butler user, there’s probably little reason to switch to Quicksilver. But if you’re not using any of them, you should be. And, if you asked my advice, I’d tell you to try Quicksilver first. But I’m not going to try to argue that it’s your only worthy option. Just because I can’t live without it doesn’t mean you can’t.

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