TextExpander
TextExpander
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TextExpander free download for Mac

TextExpander

18 May 2020

Expand keystrokes into frequently-used text and pictures.

Overview

TextExpander saves your fingers and your keyboard, expanding custom keyboard shortcuts into frequently-used text and pictures. Type more with less effort!

Here are a few examples for what you can do with TextExpander:

  • Insert standard greetings, phrases, boilerplate paragraphs, and signatures - including formatted text and pictures.
  • Correct typos automatically
  • Organize snippets into groups
  • Add predefined snippet groups, including HTML, CSS, Autocorrect, Accented Words, and Symbols groups.
  • Shorten long URLs automatically with the Internet Productivity snippet group
  • Insert the current date and time in any format you prefer.
  • Sync snippets via MobileMe

TextExpander is controlled from its own preference pane inside your System Preferences. Designed for easy handling, TextExpander blends in perfectly with your operating system.

Note: The published price is the monthly cost of a one-year subscription, billed annually. Full pricing information can be found here.

What's new in TextExpander

Version 6.5.5:
  • Improves appearance of table borders [TEC-330]
  • Improves expansion in Google Chrome Omnibox and Missive [TEC-366, TEC-748]
  • Fixes group becoming untitled, read-only during high server load [TEC-752, TEC-785]
  • Resolves menu bar responsiveness following launch [TEC-637]
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138 Reviews of TextExpander

TJLuoma
26 July 2018
Version: 5.1.4

Most helpful

You can find version 5.1.5 at https://cdn.textexpander.com/mac/TextExpander_5.1.5.zip https://smilesoftware.com/textexpander/support?_ga=2.106887685.741852422.1532572220-579130076.1507348544#SystemRequirements ( via https://textexpander.com/entry/where-can-i-download-a-previous-version-of-textexpander-for-mac/ first) Aside: quoting the comment below "Having read a lot of negative user feedback on Twitter about the subscription model, I am convinced, this step towards recurring payment makes perfect sense, because there is one big advantage for customers: constant improvement of the software. " Two years of TextExpander-as-service disproves this theory. I can't think of a single meaningful feature that they have added in the two years since switching to a subscription service. Scroll back through the comments here and you'll see that people had been complaining about weak upgrades back to TextExpander 4's release. Moving to a subscription does _not_ guarantee that the development process will improve. It's a nice theory, and I've seen places that did it well (1Password seems like a good example). But switching back to TextExpander 5 after 2 years with TE6 meant losing almost no features. I can still use the old iOS app and iCloud syncing, which seems to work fine.
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kia_h
17 June 2020
Version: 6.5.5
I've been using this app daily for years. It's such a time-saver. Especially, if you have to deal with support tickets. Sharing snippets across the team is great.
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TJLuoma
26 July 2018
Version: 5.1.4
You can find version 5.1.5 at https://cdn.textexpander.com/mac/TextExpander_5.1.5.zip https://smilesoftware.com/textexpander/support?_ga=2.106887685.741852422.1532572220-579130076.1507348544#SystemRequirements ( via https://textexpander.com/entry/where-can-i-download-a-previous-version-of-textexpander-for-mac/ first) Aside: quoting the comment below "Having read a lot of negative user feedback on Twitter about the subscription model, I am convinced, this step towards recurring payment makes perfect sense, because there is one big advantage for customers: constant improvement of the software. " Two years of TextExpander-as-service disproves this theory. I can't think of a single meaningful feature that they have added in the two years since switching to a subscription service. Scroll back through the comments here and you'll see that people had been complaining about weak upgrades back to TextExpander 4's release. Moving to a subscription does _not_ guarantee that the development process will improve. It's a nice theory, and I've seen places that did it well (1Password seems like a good example). But switching back to TextExpander 5 after 2 years with TE6 meant losing almost no features. I can still use the old iOS app and iCloud syncing, which seems to work fine.
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John-Hook
05 March 2018
Version: 5.1.4
Way overpriced when compared with the $20 TypeIt4Me app AND I am sick and tired of getting this message: "DO NOT CLICK "Install Update" There is a bug (SINCE YOU'RE AWARE OF THE BUG-STOMP IT OUT!) in the TextExpander updater in version 4.0.4. You must download TextExpander 4.1.1 from our website. Our humble apologies. - Smile TextExpander 4 is a paid upgrade and requires OS X 10.7 Lion…" Especially since I paid lots of money for the software! Oh, and did I mention your reference to "10.7 Lion" that has been superseded many years ago? Smile-my butt… You make us frowny-face victims. Please get this crapware fixed! Sincerely…
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Creidenouer
19 October 2017
Version: 5.1.4
Used to like it. Trouble with pricing plan that got out of hand. It would be nice to find a way that brings it inline with most other software.
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mrdhs-1
17 October 2016
Version: 6.0.9
I am starting too think that Smile is abandoning those of us that revolted and wanted to stay with version 5. So, Smile, am I wrong????????
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Mikael-B
23 August 2016
Version: 6.0.7
What's wrong with options Smile? You should have two tracks, the subscription model (which really is just suitable for moneymaking software like media editing or development packages) and yearly upgrades with a fee smaller than the purchase price.

Now, the only option is to turn to the competition.
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Ssj152
03 July 2016
Version: 6.0.5
The current (July 2 2016) version of TextExpander here and on MacUpdate desktop is 6.05. The actual current version is 6.07. Please fix your process to follow this package closer.
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kscmint
17 June 2016
Version: 6.0.5
This is a great app! I have saved countless keystrokes using this app and I haven't even used it to its fullest!
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Kris-nx
25 May 2016
Version: 6.0.5
The two stars isn't directed at the software but instead the new pricing plan! I'm sticking with version 5 until it now longer works.
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Steve-Frawley
25 May 2016
Version: 6.0.5
Subscription model is not for me ever
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Philosopherdog
22 May 2016
Version: 5.1.4
I'm done. Crappy product. Rediculous pricing. Moving on.
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alexander-m
29 April 2016
Version: 5.1.4
I am a long-term user of TextExpander and just upgraded to the new subscription-based TextExpander 6. I am thrilled to see the TextExpander-magic on Windows, as I am forced to use Windows for work related tasks. I fully recommend this upgrade for any multi-platform-user (Mac, iOS, Windows). In other reviews I learned that snippets are stored on external servers without encryption. This is no big deal for me, as I do not save confidential information in snippets. Having read a lot of negative user feedback on Twitter about the subscription model, I am convinced, this step towards recurring payment makes perfect sense, because there is one big advantage for customers: constant improvement of the software. Developers usually support old versions (bug fixes) until a new release or big upgrade is ready for sale. Each new version has to include more than one new feature in order to be qualified as "upgrade" and in order to be accepted by customers. Therefore customers have to wait until all new features are developed and are ready for sale. Development time for single features differs and may lead to longer upgrade-cycles. The subscription-based pricing model is fine for me as I do prefer small improvements within months over many new features in yearly upgrades. According to my personal TextExpander statistics, I saved about 56 hours in one year (19,000 snippets - 1,370,000 chars). For me upgrading was a no-brainer.
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Mhoutman
27 April 2016
Version: 5.1.4
TextExpander 6.0.4 is latest but I did not update to 6 as I do not like the new pricing model on subscription base. Sorry, smile, but you should have also listened to your non corporate customers
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SegN3rd
21 April 2016
Version: 5.1.4
TextExpander is already down to $40/year instead of $60. If they're cutting the price this soon, they must be aware of the tremendous backlash - but they aren't giving up on the subscription model, which is what people are objecting to. There was a recent editorial on MacNN that "you should just get used to subscription software," but it seems to me that this is essentially the same mistake made by music and movie services: If you try to force people to use the purchasing model you like instead of the one the people want, people will find alternatives or just (not condoning this) steal it, rather than conforming to the model they don't like.
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putitoverhere
20 April 2016
Version: 5.1.4
I was just about to plunk down some relatively major coin on Smile's PDFpen Pro. Their recent raging business model with TextExpander has me running in the other direction. How soon will they find an excuse to move PDFpen to subscription as well? What we have here is a burgeoning Adobe copycat. And workflow tools just don't carry the weight for that kind of arrogance. 'Bye.
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Stronachab
09 April 2016
Version: 5.1.4
I won't be signing up for the subscription-based model. Even before this news, this company seemed to be more about milking its client base than about the software. If TextExpander had been unique or particularly outstanding at its job, I might have been concerned about leaving. It isn't, so I'm not.
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Mcjf
08 April 2016
Version: 5.1.4
What TextExpander (v5) does, it does well. But these days so many companies/services want you to subscribe. And those subscriptions add up. So with every new one I need to reconsider which ones are really worth it. Considering for what and how often I've used TextExpander, in my case it's not worth a subscription. I've tried aText and it does pretty much all I need for a fraction of the cost. That being said... I understand why developers are seeking a more constant and reliable flow of revenue. But people are unhappy because advances in development have been smallish for quite some time, so that falls flat when it comes to reasons justifying the move to a subscription based model. And why is the cost of maintaining TextExpander suddenly so much higher than it used to be? Employed too many people who expect to be paid (rightly so)? Are they all working in marketing? Don't get me wrong, I'm not angry. I've decided that a subscription is not for me. But unless you communicate the reasons of this move in great detail (incl. the cost) and well in advance you can't expect people to pay for a product that has seen little development lately.
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johnny-thompson
08 April 2016
Version: 5.1.4
I'm a long-time (~4 years) user of TextExpander, and I've been unhappy with TextExpander even before the pricing change. I'm leaving this as a lowest-score review for many reasons. Even before the new price gouging, they'd still only have gotten 1 or 2 stars from me.

Here are just some of the reasons TextExpander is awful:
- They charge high upgrade fees for barely any new features.
- The most exciting new feature was support for Javascript in their snippets.
- But TextExpander's expansion of Javascript-based snippets is ridiculously slow (about 5-10 seconds on a non-SSD, about 2-5 seconds on an SSD), which I guess is because it reads/writes some temporary files to disk and then reads the script output from that temp file. Or maybe it's because of how it launches Apple's "osascript" program. Either way, it's sloooow at doing advanced scripting.
- And it only supports AppleScript and Javascript, so forget doing something super advanced (i.e. downloading a webpage, scraping some content and outputting the result).
- And including snippets inside of each other is horribly poor. When I needed several advanced snippets to share advanced code, I ended up with a very ugly, hacked-together system of cross-references that simply looked horrible and slowed TextExpander's expansion to a crawl.
- Furthermore, another annoyance during regular text expansion is that whenever you use their "cursor placement" operation, the text cursor *crawls* to that location one step at a time. It's been annoying me but I assumed there was no other way.

When I found an email in my inbox talking about TextExpander 6 and "subscription model at $5 per month", I nearly puked in my mouth. I wasn't surprised, though. It's *exactly* what I expected from a company adding 1-2 features and gouging users for $20 each year for "upgrades" that frankly are mini-features at best. And now the only new feature in "v6" is that they removed the Dropbox/iCloud syncing features and added their own subscription-based syncing cloud. Allow me to reciprocate the giant "FU" back to TextExpander, since they just spat in the faces of all users.

To thank them for their disgusting behavior, I will now compare them to their two primary competitors and show how TextExpander falls behind both of them. I'd never tried the competitors before, but I am incredibly glad I did. It gave me everything I was lacking in TextExpander and more.

First out was aText.
- Only $5. Woah!
- It supports scripting in ANY shell-language (you just choose "Shell script" as snippet type, and type something like "#!/usr/bin/env php" at the top line to make a PHP script, for example). This feature allows you to do what I described earlier; i.e. you could write a script that downloads a webpage, finds some text on it, and uses that text as part of the expansion.
- Script execution is faster than TextExpander, but still slightly slow (~1 second), because aText takes the script-text and generates a script-file on the fly and executes it. It'd be faster if it stored them statically on disk. But if you don't need the shell scripting features, or use it rarely, you won't care about this minor slowdown. And like I said, it's still much faster than TextExpander's scripting, and supports any language.
- Telling a snippet to place the text cursor in a specific location is as slow as TextExpander; it moves one character at a time, which means it takes a fraction of a second after expansion before the cursor is in the right location. But if your snippets never tell the cursor to move (most people don't), this is not an issue for you.
- It supports EVERY TextExpander feature (including things like fill-in forms with dropdown/text input, and Dropbox syncing).
- For $5 (the cost of a single month of TextExpander's bullsh.t), you get all the same features and a permanent aText license. This is a FANTASTIC replacement for TextExpander for anyone not requiring *fast* shell scripting. I estimate that most regular users will only need aText and will be very, very happy with it. The interface is beautiful, by the way.

Lastly, the winner of the pack. Typinator.
- About $22 with the current 25% discount for TextExpander crossgraders, and that includes a free upgrade to Version 7 in the future.
- Full Dropbox (and others) syncing of your snippets and shell scripts, simply by moving the "Sets" folder location to a cloud-synced location like your Dropbox folder. Any changes to the files are instantly detected by all Typinator apps on all computers, even when it's running at the time. This is a far cry above the unreliable sync that TextExpander had.
- Shell scripts are literally shell scripts. They're stored in a special "Scripts" folder, end in ".sh", and are marked executable. This means you can use your full, syntax-highlighting text editors to write long, advanced scripts that have full access to the web, your filesystem, etc, so that they can do very advanced things.
- Shell scripts execute *instantly*. This is thanks to Typinator just needing to execute the script and capture the output (unlike TextExpander which runs osascript and uses temp files, and aType which must write the script to a file before executing it). I made a PHP shell script that outputs the current date, and Typinator expanded it in about 100ms every time, even on a non-SSD. My jaw dropped. This finally gives me access to super fast scripting in my snippets, allowing me to do things like a web scraper that pulls down prices and outputs the latest up-to-date price.
- You are able to use regular expressions as your snippet type, which means that you could use something like "(ee|rr|nn)name" as your "abbreviation" and a single snippet will react to eename, rrname and nnname, and your snippet itself can be script-based and use the "ee", "rr" or "nn" portions to determine what to output based on how you typed that abbreviation. This is great for snippets where you want tiny variations in output. It's also great for things like currency formatting (make a snippet that reacts to a sequence of numbers followed by some special characters, and make it grab those numbers and format them and output them).
- Shell scripts can receive arguments, i.e. "{Scripts/Test.sh what}" to send "what" to the script. That makes it easy to re-use the same script across multiple snippets and give it an argument that tells the script to slightly adjust the output based on what snippet is executing it. Heck, you can even execute the same script with different arguments via a single snippet by using Typinator's regular-expression text snippets, to capture custom input every time, like "{Scripts/Test.sh $1}" to send it the 1st captured regular expression argument (that you typed) from a regex-based abbreviation.
- Typinator includes built-in functions like regex replacements inside of your snippets which lets you do many advanced things without ever needing to create a shell script at all. For instance, I made a Regular Expression snippet with "([0-9]+(?:\.[0-9]+)?)xx" as the pattern, and set it to Plain Text and wrote the following as the text replacement just to test it: "Please pay me \${/Regex /[0-9]/1//$1/}!". The result is that if I type "293.22xx", it expands to "Please pay me $111.11!". That was just a test of the built-in regex replacement function, which in this case replaces all digits with the number "1". There are many built-in functions and I am very impressed.
- Fill-in forms, dropdown menus, variables etc are fully supported and work better than TextExpander ever did. The popup window is faster, clearer and only asks for the field values (instead of showing all the distracting boilerplate text too).
- The "place text cursor at location" feature is instant. It just jumps directly from expansion to placing the cursor at the correct location. It's a godsend since I use lots of snippets with text cursor placement and it's wonderful to be able to keep typing instantly after expansion, instead of waiting for the cursor to move (like with TextExpander and aType).
- The Typinator language is very easy; all functions are within {} brackets, and you learn them quickly. For instance, {"xxdate"} would include the contents of the "xxdate" snippet, etc. It's therefore super easy to include snippets in each other, etc. Even script-based and input-form based snippet inclusions work perfectly.
- The company has an unbeatable track record of excellent OS support and stability year after year for all of their applications, and friendly customer support.

So... to sum it up:
- Buy aText if you don't need shell scripting and don't care about moving the text cursor fast (most people don't use "move text cursor" features in their text snippets at all so they won't notice or need this). It's just $5 and supports everything that TextExpander supports.
- If you need extremely fast shell scripting, cursor movement, powerful built-in functions (like regex text replacement), and *mindblowing regex pattern matching as your abbreviation triggers*, buy Typinator.
- Never again give a single cent to TextExpander. They've shown their greed and they're not even the best on the market. Typinator is light years ahead in power and speed.
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SegN3rd
08 April 2016
Version: 5.1.4
I initially just posted a comment because I thought it was still in the "rumor" stage - but even though it is not yet listed on MU, TextExpander 6 has officially been released, and it is officially subscription-based. It costs $60/year (more if you pay monthly), but existing users get a "discount" of $24 for the first year. According to MacNN, the only new "feature" in version 6 is that it removes iCloud/Dropbox syncing and forces you to use the subscription service. Typinator is offering a crossgrade to version 6, which includes a free upgrade to version 7, for about $22, and I jumped at the chance. Maybe Smile is actually a shell company who really just wants to motivate people to buy Typinator (if so, they're doing great) - otherwise, they are just running a clinic on how to incite panic and anger among your user base.
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SegN3rd
05 April 2016
Version: 5.1.4
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SegN3rd
05 April 2016
Version: 5.1.4
I'm hearing that TextExpander is moving to a subscription model. I don't understand what this means for existing users. Can I continue using the software I already paid for? Is signing up for the subscription the only way I can get future updates? Do I get any credit toward the subscription fees for all the money I've already paid for multiple versions? I think if existing users can no longer use the purchasing model we've paid for, we should get the option of at least a partial refund.
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Dr_Brian_S
17 February 2016
Version: 5.1.3
This is the one app that I use multiple times per day. I have snippets for everything! Once you start using TextExpander, you will wonder how you ever lived without it!
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4.5
finntastic51
08 January 2016
Version: 5.1.3
I can't explain how much I LOVE TextExpander!!! I have been using it for 3 or 4 years now and it saves me so much time not only personally, but in my business as well. If there is anything you type multiple times a day or week, use this to make a shortcut and save yourself the extra typing! We actually use this in our business to reply to customers with anything from short sentences to a very detailed response just by typing a couple of letters. I get sad when I go onto a website that doesn't allow you to use snippets. Their support is fantastic! It did feel a little frustrating that sometimes it took them 12 hours to respond and other times it took 20 minutes or so. Overall, I positively love TextExpander and can't live a day without it :)
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SkilletAudio
05 January 2016
Version: 5.1.3
I love this software and have been using it for years but also for years it was doing bad things that I finally narrowed down to a preference "Capitalize new sentences" under Options. This will use the delete key so if you have multimedia apps that you type in and select objects like Photoshop, Logic, Media Composer, Pro Tools etc then beware you might press return to do a function and then type two letters and Keyboard Maestro will then use the delete key, yes the delete key and then command+v to paste to correct things. It had deleted so many things over the years and I could never pinpoint what was causing it because it was random after I had pressed return and then pressed two single letters with no keyboard modifiers. Much of the time I saw things delete and just pressed undo but after years of this happening every so often I had to narrow it down. It would be so much nicer if it just shift back selected the text or something and pasted in the correction but delete is just asking for trouble! For whatever reason it takes a very long time for the Correct capitalizations in only these applications to populated for me (maybe because of VMWare Fusion Windows apps showing up) and when they do for me if the app is open and I uncheck it it doesn't stick. Their tech support is pretty much always great and fast and overall I love the product just feel they should have put a warning on checking that box letting people know that it will press the delete key to do this function, it would have saved me hours and a lot of lost work reverting back to previously saved files.
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labrat1001
29 August 2015
Version: 5.1
I use TE for work related purposes. In short, this software is amazing and saves me soooo much time in getting things taken care of. Since its provided to me through work I have to say its a bonus that they take feedback from the users and integrate it into the software. I recently made contact with their team a while back and gave a very detail description of a feature or adjustment that could be made, and they did it. A little guy helping out a little guy! Love it.
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cliveH
18 August 2015
Version: 5.1
Goodness knows I've been enthusiastic in recommending TextExpander in my user group etc for years. It is, undoubtedly, an excellent product. But having to pay $31.49 AFTER discount for a minor upgrading from v4 is outrageous. Yes, the company can do what it likes -- but I can do what I like, too, and not buy the upgrade.

I'm just so sorry that people to whom I've firmly recommended this product will be expressing their opinion to me before long... :-\
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Russell-Philip
09 August 2015
Version: 5.1
My Quickeys 4 began to not work. I emailed Smile and over the next three or four days a real person helped me with veery specific and easy to follow instructions until it was fixed. It is so good to have a real person to help you. Thanks Smile! -- Philip Russell
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stueckemann-1
29 June 2015
Version: 5.0.1
TextExpander is absolutely one of the best apps I have purchased for my computer. I only very rarely launch its settings windows and most of the time the app steps in the background and simply works for me. It makes me more productive and if it is not running on another Mac, I notice within only a few minutes. Even though the price may seem steep it is absolutely worth the money. The amount of time this app saves is incredible. Finally, the Smile's support is very helpful. Whenever I contact the company I receive replies very quickly within only a few hours that have so far always been helpful.
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macupdate-cc
05 June 2015
Version: 5.0
You must get this app! I am a staunch Mac guy. But, I love TextExpander so much, I had to get a similar Windows program that reads the sync'd TextExpander abbreviations. This has saved me many, many hours and helped me to present a far more professional image in my documents, email, and online engagements. And Smile Software Support is top notch! ...and to you complainers out there...it's paid software. Get over it. It's an investment in your own productivity. The payback is massive on this one. I use this primarily at work and I am a far more productive and, dare I say it, impressive employee because of it. Just get TextExpander. What are you waiting for?
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david-100
04 June 2015
Version: 5.0
Must have App for anyone who does even a moderate amount of typing. In 4 months of usage stats show 34 hours saved. That might be overstated because things like an email signature can be done by other means. Regardless though, as someone whose job involves writing long documents, anything that saves me time, translates to making me more profitable. On that score, this App is hands down and without peer the most useful and best value for money software I own. The Version 5 update incorporates some fantastic tweaks which have already significantly increased my efficiency through greater snippet use.
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Oshkar
02 June 2015
Version: 5.0
TextExpander is by far the most useful application I use in my everyday routines with my computer. It saves me a lot of time, makes me be a lot more accurate in my writings and allows me to give the correct image of coherence and well done job I want for my customers, coworkers, associates and for myself. This piece of software is a must have for any person trying to be as efficient as one can be.
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Tychay
02 June 2015
Version: 5.0
Looking at my logs I seemed to have purchased 4 upgrades in the last 5 years (My first purchase was in 2011 for $150+ so I must have bought it as a bundle with PDFPen which I never use).. Furthermore, am ineligible for a REQUIRED upgrade. I suppose it's my fault for being a loyal customer, but I'm quite put out because it actually took me about two years to get the hang of the product, and then I was burned twice on the iOS version (useless, do not buy).

Other than that, it's a pretty good product. There is other macro software out there, but this does it better or easier or both. If you can deal with paying $20 every year on the year for basically a macro software expansion, then I recommend it, else, move on to someone who will move paid updates to no more than every couple years or when there's a serious rewrite needed.

BTW the following issues I've experienced with the software amount to the following: annoying beep (default, you can turn it off, but you sort of need it) when it expands stuff, some expansions work strangely with autocorrect (may be fixed in Yosemite version who knows— as in they fight with each other and sometimes make a mess of things, therefore sometimes your expansions are outdated and you'll have to figure out how to manage that. Also in some apps I haven't seen it expand… or rather, maybe it does expand but you have to be typing it all at once (don't switch out of the app?) I'm not sure. In any case, the thing is in the Apps you really, really need macros it works flawlessly, and it may work spotty in some applications, but in those you really don't need it so if it happens to work, it seems like a big win.

I guess I never scratched the real power user aspects of it (except when I was doing e-mails at work), but now I'm glad I didn't because I'm sick of what I feel is an upgrade scheme that amounts to extortion if I were actually dependent on this software.
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claytonchurch1
28 May 2015
Version: 5.0
Love the "you could have used this snippet" pop-in feature. It tells me of snippets I forgot I ever made! Great upgrade. Love TextExpander, since version one or two! I'm a digitally challenged guy (slow fingers--that kind of "digit"), so it's beyond awesome. Thank you!
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culb0743
27 May 2015
Version: 5.0
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mgus
27 May 2015
Version: 5.0
I just purchased TextExpander 4.0 six months ago but Smile (the developer) says I'm not eligible to upgrade unless I pay an additional $19.95! Wow- $45 for an app and $20 more to upgrade after only six months? Fortunately, Typinator was included a bundle I purchased a month before TextExpander, and sure enough, no charge to upgrade to the new Typinator 6.5. Result: TextExpander is now removed from my dock and replaced with Typinator.
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JamesHarrisPhoto
27 May 2015
Version: 5.0
Unfortunately it forces you to upgrade version 4 to version 5 just to see what the upgrade price is. I couldn't find anything on their site about the upgrade price. And the new features are not something I'd use. Upgrade price is $19.95, and with the new features I won't use, I have to reinstall version 4 again. Hopefully it didn't change the format of my snippets.
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Alvin-H
16 December 2014
Version: 4.3.4
i choose text expander only because it have iOS companion, no other have companion. but if other have companion i'll check it again
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Adele-Toutant-gahu
25 June 2014
Version: 4.3.1
I've been using TextExpander since it was called Textpander (many many years ago...). Extremely useful and it can get quite intricate at times, you can spend a lot of nerdy time diving into some of the features. I can use it for all kinds of things from one-off text replacement to boilerplate emails and forms. Very useful for code snippets, email sigs, you name it. Also some folks have started sharing their snippets so that's another way to jumpstart the app. I use it on my iPhone too, not compatible with native apps but the ones that _do_ support it become extra useful, like Drafts.
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B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
25 June 2014
Version: 4.3.1
I just got an e-mail from Ryan at MacUpdate promoting a sale for TextExpander and suggesting, if I already own it, that I write a review. Well, I don't use TextExpander because I have, ever since Mac OS 7, used Spell Catcher. Spell Catcher has a number of auto-expand features in addition to an excellent dictionary (actually a variety of [free] supplemental dictionaries including those for specialized terms in a number of categories like law, medicine and computer terms - and foreign languages). I also have a license for TypeIt4Me, which I used even before I bought Spell Catcher (TypeIt4Me came to OS X before Spell Catcher so I used it for awhile until SpellCatcher X became available. TypeIt4Me is an excellent snippet expansion utility which also goes back to OS 7 days. I've nothing against TextExpander, except that it was very late to the game. Smile makes some good software but I don't need any of it. So I'm writing to recommend Spell Catcher, which does far more than Text Expander and TypeIt4Me which is a reliable alternative to and costs less than even the sale price of Text Expander.
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Buffy-The-Computer-Slayer
25 June 2014
Version: 4.3.1
I use your competitor (Riccardo Ettore's TypeIt4Me) and have done since 1995, so I'm not about to switch to Text Expander. However, I give this 4 stars (without using it!) because this type of app is not only useful, it is - after you've used it a short while - indispensable.
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Harv
29 December 2013
Version: 4.2
Do you have a Caution sign overlaying the TE icon in either the menu bar or dock? If so… When TextExpander does its thing, it is actually logging your keystrokes, so it knows what to expand. But when entering a password, Apple’s Secure Input (SI) is enabled; preventing anyone, even TE from seeing what you type. After entering your PW, SI is quit & returned to the user (and TE) so life can continue as usual. The problem that sometimes happens, is that SI remains enabled even after entering your PW; ergo TE can’t work as it should. The fix for this is to quit the offending apps & relaunch. Most often these are:  • 1Password • LastPass • Google Chrome • Firefox • Hulu Desktop • iFinance • Quicken Scheduler • Notational Velocity • Chronories • Terminal • loginwindow • Parallels Desktop 9 But sometimes you may need to reboot the OS. This most always solves the problem. Tip: TE’s menu bar icon will show the name of what it thinks is the offending app (under Expansion Disabled or some such). FWIW: I have found the tech support first-rate in every regard. Additional detail available at: http://www.smilesoftware.com/TextExpander/secureinput.html
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SegN3rd
10 December 2013
Version: 4.2
I have the same problem with the clipboard being posted instead of the expansion. I appreciate the troubleshooting info, but the fact is that this program has been at least partially sherlocked. In Mavericks, you can just go to System Preferences->Keyboard->Text. I understand that this feature is not as versatile as TextExpander, but it is more reliable and and can also work with iOS.
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Pfackelmann
03 December 2013
Version: 4.1.1
Lately (with OS 10.9) it happens frequently: Instead of a TE snippet I get a piece from the clipboard. Mails to support@smilesoftware.com info@smilesoftware.com pr@smilesoftware.com are bounced.
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JamesHarrisPhoto
25 September 2013
Version: 4.1.1
I won't be giving this latest version a star-rating because I won't be updating. The features keep piling on, but with the long increase in my MacBook's startup time being one of the issues with this, and long lag between typing an abbreviation and the actual expansion, I switched back to Typinator. The expansions with Typinator happen instantly.
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Satcomer
10 April 2013
Version: 4.0.4
It seems to load very slowly now during Mac startup! The old version of 3.5 was much better at startup launching.
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Jumbobob
25 November 2012
Version: 4.0.3.1
Good job guys. Just the price looks to me a little high. Else I can recommend it.
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Monkeyjunkey
22 November 2012
Version: 4.0.1
Version 4.0.3.1 is out.
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4ywmu
09 October 2012
Version: 4.0.1
It's a little on the pricey side, but once you start to make use of it, you will never want to use a computer without it again! So useful, one of the few pieces of software that I absolutely can not live without.
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MikeArun
05 July 2012
Version: 4.0
This app makes typing laggy and makes letters jumble. Tried typinator. This is not found in typinator. Go for typinator. Not recommended .
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ChristopherPrice
21 June 2012
Version: 4.0
I have no idea if I will use any of the new features, but I am completely comfortable upgrading and paying the reasonable fee to support an indie developer I have come to trust. Regardless of features, I'm confident the value is there -- even if it is only continued polish and refinement. Keep up the good work, Smile!
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Mkay
21 June 2012
Version: 4.0
How is this a major upgrade I'm supposed to pay 15,- for? pretty bad move for an otherwise decent app.
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Mhoutman
21 June 2012
Version: 4.0
No doubt I love TextExpander on both Mac OS and iOS and upgraded to 4.0. Update feels a bit 'poor' and should IMHO been a 3.5 regular update
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Dwcowell
21 June 2012
Version: 4.0
I love this app and quickly jumped on the upgrade. I was disappointed that there was no mention of the 10.7 requirement in the update window or on Macupdate. I have finally downgraded to v3 and can get back to work.
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Midavis
21 June 2012
Version: 4.0
I'm a long time TextExpander user and used the "Check for updates" this morning. I went for the upgrade (download & install option), but: "You can't use this version of the application TextExpander with this version of Mac OS X. You have Mac OS X 10.6.8. The application requires Mac OS X 10.7 or later." MacUpdate also shows requirements as 10.6 but that must be for the older version. Darn.
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http
06 January 2012
Version: 3.4
Great app!
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4.5
SenorRamos
26 September 2011
Version: 3.3.2
Awesome piece of software, that is indispensable. As a Palm Pilot/Treonaut/Palm aficionado this is the closest thing that I have found to Palm's Graffiti. Especially for those repetitive and long text entries into logs, meeting minutes, and emails. I especially love the cross platform sync via DropBox so that all of my short cuts are universal between my Mac and iDevices. The developer is very responsive and open about features and limitations.
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Cerniuk (Captcha H8r)
25 July 2011
Version: 3.3.0.1
Does not work well in Lion. Specifically, any use of "tab" or similar in moving between fields in Safari Version 5.1 (7534.48.3) fails. for example: Putting an insertion point into a web page field and initiating this TextExpander expansion: firsttext%key:tab%secondtext%key:return% will enter both firsttext and second text into the second safari field
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Bobzozus
13 June 2011
Version: 3.3.0.1
Just wanted to comment about the developer. He (they) really stand behind their product. I had difficulty, and they went above and beyond the call to make me a happy customer. They are serious about providing superior customer service- and, I am appreciative of this! Bob Zozus
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willhopkins
13 June 2011
Version: 3.3.0.1
I finally bought TextExpander as part of an affiliate deal with AgileBits (check it out if you're also considering buying password software). While I'd previously been using Snippets from Conceited Software, I knew I needed something more heavy duty. TextExpander has handled everything I've thrown at it, with only minor hiccups. I had some stability issues (not always expanding) when using the trial version, but most have mysteriously disappeared since I purchased the app. Occasionally it will not start expanding again after typing in a secure text field, but the problem is very rare. As far as actual snippets go, I have used TextExpander's myriad specials and fill-ins to great effect, and the hotkeys work well (if a bit slowly). The time saved has been well worth the investment.
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Randy-Crawford
03 June 2011
Version: 3.3.0.1
I'm a 4D database developer. I'm working on learning Javascript and HTML. This is the most useful program imaginable. This makes setting up tedious blocks of code a snap! I have trouble remember command syntax, but no problem. Just type in the abbreviation and TextExpander fills the whole thing out for me. I'm just getting started with Textexpander and it is already indispensable. It can do complex operations and I'm looking forward to taking it to that level. Textexpander is an absolute MUST HAVE app. I also have to document most of the software I write and I expect Textexpander will be worth its weigh in gold when it comes to that.
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Ward
03 June 2011
Version: 3.3.0.1
Although I've been very happy with Typinator (and other Ergonis products) for quite some time, the praise I see for TextExpander keeps tempting me to give it a try. Is there former Typinator users out there who can tell me why they switched to TextExpander and haven't looked back?
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glinner
18 May 2011
Version: 3.3.0.1
TextExpander is the most amazing and useful application ever made, in the history of man. The developer, engineers and creators should be given knighthoods, by Her Majesty the Queen. You should watch the ScreenCastsOnline tutorial, by the fantastic Don McAllister. It's mind-blowing, what this can do. I would like to marry TextExpander and have its babies.
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Bushwhack
14 April 2011
Version: 3.2.4
Got the software to use for text expanding and shorthand capabilities. Software fails miserably at doing so. I spent an hour or two implementing different shortcuts and text and web addresses. Upon rebooting the machine, ALL OF MY SHORTCUTS WERE DELETED. Do not use unless you want to reset your commands everytime you reboot. Was never told preferences do not save or anything like that and I do not have time to go back and reimport settings upon reboots. Look for alternatives. Time is money and reimporting shortcuts I entrusted to this program cost me serious money now. Not ready for mainstream serious use. Sad.
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4.5
L-H-
24 February 2011
Version: 3.2.4
An elegant piece of software with a simply user interface and easy learning curve. This especially comes in handy when you're doing an assignment; repetitive and complex terms that cause you to pause and correct them can ruin your flow when writing. I like knowing that as soon as I enter my Textexpander shortcut terms are spelt correctly and take a fraction of the time to punch out on a keyboard lol. Also a user of PDFPenPro (also made by smile) I feel confident in the company's product and went ahead with this purchase.
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anonono
24 February 2011
Version: 3.2.4
Why does it say "Sale at $17.95" on this page, and when I click on it, it gets to a page where the sale is actually only at $26.21?!?
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SenorRamos
23 February 2011
Version: 3.2.4
First off, I am a major mobile device user, so anything that abbreviates my typing is grossly appreciated! From my days as a PalmPilot user with Palm's Graffiti to my Treo's MobileWrite, TextExpander is the closest thing to that kind of versatile text entry functionality on the MacOS and iOS devices. I use TextExpander everyday and almost every time I enter anything into my iPod Touch or Mac's. The shortcuts can be shared across the network to be used on any MacOS & iOS platform connected to it. This is essential if you use any type of keyword coding of calendar events (I keep 15 calendars), ToDo's (and their delegation), Note keeping (including date/time stamps and abbreviation of industry standard language - long words), and Email!!! It works system wide and in all my Mac OS apps (but only on a select apps on the iOS - which has been growing exponentially on a monthly basis). If you are not a fan of having to type repetitive words line "Lunch", "Breakfast", "Appointment with", or "Construction Documents Phase Opinion of Probable Cost Estimate and Project Schedule", then this app is for you.
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Realia
17 January 2011
Version: 3.2.2
I loved Text Expander, until I found out that it simply can't work with Open Office (I wish I'd knew about this BEFORE buying it !... ) Here is the answer from the tech support : "OpenOffice does not refresh the clipboard at the time of paste as a well-behaved Java application should do. Instead, it just copies it in when you switch to OpenOffice and (incorrectly) assumes it never changes. NeoOffice handles the clipboard properly, so you might want to check it out, as it's much better-behaved with respect to TextExpander." As I don't like the way Neo Office handles the fonts, I've kept Open Office and tried to put it on the "Text Expander's ignore list", but I can't do this either and it won't work because "OpenOffice is Java and it doesn't respond the same as other applications to go on the ignore list. I'm not sure it can be ignored in a Java application. I'll mark this as a bug so it can be investigated." (support) Again, I whish I knew this before buying it...
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3.5
Madison-mac
14 January 2011
Version: 3.2.2
Wish it worked better with Firefox. Just stopped working for me and I had to restart TextExpander. That's happened a few times now.
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4.5
Sasasushi
15 December 2010
Version: 3.2.2
I have become entirely dependent on TextExpander but just wish they would fix one tiny bug that they blame on Firefox. Submitting forms by hitting enter in Firefox disables TextExpander, requiring a restart of the program to get the shortcuts working again. Another crucial program of mine, 1Password, uses enter to submit forms automatically. If they could just fix this ONE annoying bug I'd be giving the app 5 stars.
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4.5
Walruscp
14 December 2010
Version: 3.2.2
The improvements to the auto-caps feature were much needed and now make it a very useable option that I am now using. There's a great and responsive developer team behind this app. Having tried both, I still prefer TextExpander over Typinator, if only for the iPhone app companion.
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Billyok
22 November 2010
Version: 3.2
Is there a known reason why this software only works some of the time without reason or pattern? When I type a snippet there's a 1 in 2 shot that TE won't do a thing. Not exactly what I paid for.
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Ryansebiz
09 November 2010
Version: 3.2
I *loved* TextExpander 2. However, version 3 has given me nothing but problems. the biggest problem is that the app dosen't start on login, and I have this problem on my work and home Macs. I've tried everything and gone through several emails with Smile customer service. Unfortunately the problem still exists. I will update this rating and my score when this problem is fixed in a future update.
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Pmcarrion
18 October 2010
Version: 3.1.1
TE3 seems to reset its preferences on launch. I have to set it up and resync every single time it launches. I never had an issue with TE2, what have they done here?
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Madison-mac
02 October 2010
Version: 3.1.1
Not 100% sure, but it seems for me with TextExpander running, pressing Command-Tab sometimes gets stuck and I see my Mac trying to cycle through applications very fast, like Command-Tab is stuck being pressed.
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Harv
11 August 2010
Version: 3.1.1
I faulted earlier updaters/installers, but this one worked was as designed. To the TE folks responsible for bringing this to pass, Bravo! I now wish that when "foreign words" and "commonly misspelled words" were updated there were an Alert, so that these new Snippet reference/databases could be easily updated. Still, I find this a first-rate program; perhaps a bit pricy, but even so, 'tis well worth the cost. Alas, students could benefit from a price break-- Also, how nice it would be were there downloadable preconfigured Snippets for doctors, lawyers, and others with esoteric speak.
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Harv
02 June 2010
Version: 3.1
One: I downloaded the update and the package did not open. (FWIW, in my 20+ years of Apple use, this is the first time an installation package failed me.) Two: I attempted the auto update via the TE application/preference. It stared to install as normal, then the progress bar froze. This resulted in a force quit. Interestingly, the Get Info indicated the version was now at v3.1. From a brief test, TE seemed normal. Three: I was still not certain all was as it was supposed to be,e.g., if the above installation completed, so I again downloaded the stand-alone update. But this time I restarted in Safe Boot and then manually replaced the old app with the new one. So far, all is as it should be. A great app, but as for me, the installation process needs work.
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Pamens88
29 May 2010
Version: 3.0.2
Whenever I set this app NOT to open at login it still WTH? I see how this can be useful but I had having start-up items on my Mac is anyone else experiencing this?
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Jpbogers
09 May 2010
Version: 3.0.2
I used TE2 for a long time, perfect program. After the upgrade to TE3 I had a lot of problems and recently the program stopped working. I'm seriously looking for an alternative, I don't have time or ambition just to play and try beta software. My advise: DON'T BUY TE3!! JP
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Gregsgraphics
14 April 2010
Version: 3.0.1
The deprecated Textpander does all I need it to do. The other TextExpander features are nice, I just don't need 'em.
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Macsolu
19 March 2010
Version: 3.0.1
-- Really sad that support for OS 10.5 has been abandoned with this release.
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Steve-Smyth
14 March 2010
Version: 3.0
I haven't tried rebooting my Mac, and I will let you know what happens. I don't think the transition from pref pane to app is as useful as Smile On My Mac claims. The app should be a front end for the TextExpander keylogger service (daemon?) but every time I quit TE3, it quits the service in the menu bar and expansion stops in all apps. I will update in a minute.
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Hans_K
11 March 2010
Version: 3.0
I purchased text expander v2.x. Didn't use it too often, but it surely is a handy little tool. I found that the v3.0 does not add much extra. The 3.0 should have been a minor update, not a major one. I feel ripped off by the developers. I could think of many improvements to add, but the developers simply chose to move from pref pane to a normal app. That's about the biggest innovation ever. Duh! So, I won't upgrade, simply because it doesn't feel right for me to pay for a major update while I get only marginal extra. Consider that when you purchase: smile on my mac will make you smile less by charging you for an update. All in all, the software is expensive, too expensive. Period.
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csuisman
11 March 2010
Version: 3.0
Like the software a lot. But: Text Expander 2 stopped working for me intermittently as a result of a conflict with Firefox 3.6. When TE stopped working, the quickest fix was to restart Firefox. I'd hoped that was just a workaround until TE3 came out. Unfortunately, TE3 still has the issue.
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Paguca
11 March 2010
Version: 3.0
Text Expander will not work on 10.4 or 10.5 as mentionned up in the description. it requires 10.6 and up.. means useless.
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Kitmos
10 March 2010
Version: 3.0
I had to stop using TE with my Microsoft wireless keyboard as expansion was way too slow and often letters would get reversed. I contacted Smile and they said they would look into it but I never heard back. I Might try 3.0 if it's a free upgrade, otherwise no way. I went back to the text expander in SpellCatcher which doesn't have these problems.
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Wim-De-Smet
10 March 2010
Version: 3.0
The is, beside 1Password, my main app on my Mac! This is one of the best Macapps.
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Harv
10 March 2010
Version: 3.0
After downloading TE v3.0: I had to manually add/move it to my Applications folder. I had to manually remove the old copy that was resident in my System Preferences. And finally, I had to Restart to get the new version preferences to work. None of the above are major issues, and all is working well, but knowing of them may be of benefit to some-
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Pat320
14 December 2009
Version: 2.8
After using textexpander during 2 years (with OS 10.4.11), after stranges behavior of TE, after having headhaches, after loosing lot of snippets, after create and recreate and rerecreate several time the same snippets, after trying all my best to organise myself & folders into a tiny preference pane window, after waiting and hoping none coming bug fixed updates: I'm proud to use TYPINATOR now.
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derik
12 December 2009
Version: 2.8
*sigh* Upated with MacUpdate Desktop today and lost all my settings and snippets. Don't know if to blame the update or the updater.
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Cerniuk (Captcha H8r)
19 August 2009
Version: 2.6.3
Love this utility, a definite must have but... not cozy with chilly kitty yet... Under Snow Leopard the background application that watches keystrokes seems to unregister itself and TE stops working. Have to go and **double click** on one of the menu items to insert an expansion before the background application starts back up. What's up with double clicking a menu item anyway?!
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1234567890
16 July 2009
Version: 2.6.3
Beware with this update. I installed it this morning, and all of my snippets have vanished. I'm still waiting for a reply from smileonmymac, but no update should ever loose any data.
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ehd
16 July 2009
Version: 2.6.3
I wonder if Snow Leopard will make many of these functions redundant. If I recall from an early screenshot, the next OS will have text expansion built in.
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Walruscp
24 June 2009
Version: 2.6.2
Memory and performance continue to improve, but still more of a memory hog than Typinator. After a while TE shoots up to 186 MB RAM used (I have 2705 snippets) whereas Typinator consistently stays around 20 MB RAM used with the same number of snippets. It could be a memory leak, since TE generally starts and stays around 40 MB or so. Usually find it shoots up after a day or two.
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clakes
20 May 2009
Version: 2.6.2
- Can't set HotKeys - Not able to duplicate items - Troubles sorting and organizing snippets into groups -> Typinator (also a little cheaper)... Sorry.
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M57
30 April 2009
Version: 2.6.1
I was a longtime user of TypeIt4Me, the first Mac app that did this sort of thing. TypeIt4Me is really the granddaddy of these sorts of apps, but unfortunately, like a grandaddy it has sort of gotten a little slow and outdated. I switched to TextExpander because of expansion issues with TypeIt4Me, issues that I brought to the developers attention and he could not fix. Basically it couldn't keep up with me when I was typing fast and would expand words in the wrong place. I have only used TextExpander for a week, but I have not once had the same issue. Also, I have found the user interface more intuitive. TypeIt4Me is still a great product, so it is worth checking out if you are in the market for this kind of utility, but for now I have happily made the switch and would recommend TextExpander.
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Sigil
18 February 2009
Version: 2.5.2
This is an essential Mac App! I have never regretted this purchase. I use it everyday....It's the best!
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Walruscp
17 October 2008
Version: 2.4.1
Really like this app, and I use it daily. I have had this problem though: I will use a snippet in one form field. Works fine. But then I will try and paste some text in another field right afterward and it will end up pasting the snippet I just used instead of the text I had in the clipboard. I then have to delete the text and then try pasting again, which works the second time. Other than this bug, this is a terrific app!
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Tazintosh
25 September 2008
Version: 2.4.1
I think I've tried everything possible, in any ways: I can not get it to sync on MobileMe. I would like to be able to sync every snippets so I could have the same data, automatically updated beetween my work & my house. It worked one or two times... then never more. Really anoying... (I'm on 10.5.5 with the lasted known version of TextExpander).
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Revolution
20 August 2008
Version: 2.4.1
After excitedly watching all of the screencasts on the SmileOnMyMac website - I installed this app. Unfortunately, on the first install - only the snippets ttime and ddate worked (while ignoring all of my other created shortcuts). I removed the preference pane, and re-installed it. The second time, my snippets worked correctly, until I created my own "Snippet Group". I was unable to move my existing snippets, and saw my shortcuts disappear one by one (deleted, not moved). I then attempted to remove the group, which led to a delete confirmation dialog that would persist even after clicking Delete or Cancel - I had to kill the System Preferences process entirely. Overall, my experience with this software was nothing like the Screencasts. Although with upcoming releases, I will try it again - as I believe it is an invaluable resource for anyone who sends out e-mails frequently throughout the day.
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Tfindlay
12 August 2008
Version: 2.4
Big performance improvement! No lag at all when clicking the menu icon.
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