rcmd • App Switcher 2.3.7

rcmd • App Switcher 2.3.7

Re-imagined Command-Tab. We reimagined Command-Tab to switch apps with no fuss.

Switch apps instantly just by their first letter!

  • Hold down the right side |⌘ command| and press the first letter of the app name to focus apps instantly
  • The Dynamic algorithm will choose the most useful app for each letter
  • The algorithm will adapt in real time to your workflow
  • If apps live on separate spaces, rcmd will switch to the relevant space
  • Switching spaces needs the following setting enabled
  • System Preferences --> Mission Control --> "When switching to an application, switch to a Space with open windows for the application"
  • When pressing the key while the app is already focused, you can use one of 2 useful functions
  • HIDE: Show/Hide the app instantly
  • CYCLE: Focus other apps with the same first letter

Assign custom keys for your favorite apps

  • Hold down |⌘ command| + |⌥ option| and press any letter to assign that letter permanently to the currently focused app
  • When an app is in the STATIC list
  • the assigned key can launch the app when it isn't running
  • the HIDE/CYCLE setting can be adjusted on a per-app basis

Customize the app to your liking

  • the Trigger setting allows you to change the Right Command trigger to any combination of modifiers
  • this will come in handy if you have a keyboard without a Right Command key
  • disable specific letters from being registered by rcmd
  • click on the Settings button to find the Enabled Keys setting

What's New:

Version 2.3.7

  • Fallback to checking for Hammerspoon installation by path if Spotlight indexing is disabled
  • Ensure rcmd-equals is bound after onboarding
  • Hide tutorials for functions that are disabled
  • Speed up app and window switching by removing redundant code on the hot code paths


  • Title: rcmd • App Switcher 2.3.7
  • Developer: Alin Panaitiu
  • Compatibility: macOS 11.0 or later
  • Language: English
  • Includes: K'ed by HCiSO
  • Size: 9.85 MB
  • View in Mac App Store



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