LaunchBar is an award-winning productivity utility that offers an amazingly intuitive and efficient way to search and access any kind of information stored on your computer or on the Web. It provides instant access to your applications, documents, contacts, and bookmarks, to your music library, to search engines and more, just by entering short abbreviations of the searched item’s name.
You just hit Command-Space to bring LaunchBar’s input window to front, enter an arbitrary abbreviation, and as soon as you start typing LaunchBar displays the best matching choices, ready to be opened immediately.
Start applications, open documents, invoke system services, compose emails, or navigate the Web–LaunchBar will be your essential servant.
Bug fixes and improvements
- When using actions that show suggestions during text input (like DuckDuckGo, Wikipedia or Google searches) it’s now possible to press Right Arrow to update the suggestions list based on the currently selected suggestion text.
- Fixed an issue causing the Clipboard History to stop working after copying text containing certain characters.
- Fixed an issue causing App Store searches via LaunchBar not to work on macOS Mojave.
- Fixed an issue when entering calendar events spanning several days in the form "event @ jan 12 - 14" causing the event to be created with a date in the past.
- Fixed: The Safari iCloud Tabs indexing rule didn’t work with the most recent versions of Safari.
- Fixed: Opening folders located on iCloud Drive didn’t open that folder in Finder or Path Finder.
- LaunchBar now shows a message when Full Disk Access is required for a particular indexing rule. For example, indexing Safari Bookmarks on macOS Mojave only works if Full Disk Access is granted.
- Improved auto-hiding of LaunchBar when clicking outside the LaunchBar window.
- Fixed: Creating a new search template didn’t work properly when the index window’s search field was not empty.
OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processor