aTypeTrainer4Mac
aTypeTrainer4Mac
3.1.2

4.9

aTypeTrainer4Mac free download for Mac

aTypeTrainer4Mac

3.1.2
23 May 2016

Advanced multilingual typing tutor.

Overview

aTypeTrainer4Mac is a multilingual typing tutor for OS X. It is an advanced version of TypeTrainer4Mac. All the system keyboard layouts (but not input methods!) as well as a wide variety of non-system keyboard layouts (i.e., Dvorak, Colemak, or custom layouts being built using Ukelele) are completely or partially supported.

You have to type a mixed-string of random characters. You can customize a character set at each of the 30 levels, and thus, you can control the learning process. You can also import text files from TextEdit, from Mail, or from your Web browser. Each session provides a run log in RTFD format. By default, you will find it on your desktop. In the Preferences, you can adjust a host of settings to make your typing exercises to your liking.

What's new in aTypeTrainer4Mac

Version 3.1.2:
  • Toolbar is reorganized
  • Minor improvements
  • Mac OS X 10.6 is the earliest one supported now

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43 aTypeTrainer4Mac Reviews

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Puc
03 November 2010

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I like it. It works very easy and supports many languages.
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Version 2.1.4
prociona
27 March 2018
I needed to train touch typing in Arabic and discovered this application. I like that you can create arbitrary levels for studying or use custom texts for training. The application can also watch your errors and adjust behaviour to train more effectively.. Can't believe it's free.
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Version 3.1.2
elianelasaune
13 March 2018
thank you
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Version 3.1.2
nifigasebe
26 January 2017
Лучшее приложение по обучению слепой печати! Почти все аналоги перепробованы - это лучшее из всех! Спасибо разработчику! Надеюсь что будут постоянно выходить обновления/улучшения.
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Version 3.1.2
abakker-1
03 October 2016
Thank you. Really great! My 2 eldest sons have learned typing with your software years ago. One of them has a key-hit of over 370 per minute!! He can type, talk watch someting etc, and possibly eat a sandwich
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Version 3.1.2
ohjustgoaway
25 April 2016
I have been using this wonderful typing program for more than five years. I use it every morning to bring my typing up to speed and optimize my typing for the rest of the day, which ends up saving me time, because then my typing speed and accuracy is so high for the rest of the day. This program has so many great features, but the ones that are most important to me are: 1) The complete statistical report generated as an RTF file, including detailed tracking of what errors I am making habitually. This allows me to practice on just those areas. 2) The ability to specify the speed and accuracy required before proceeding to a higher level of challenge. 3) The ability to use a specific piece of text for practice. 4) Support for multiple character sets and keyboard layouts. I've tried all different typing programs, but this one is definitely the best. Though the program is available for free, I've found it so valuable that I've donated not once, but twice, and was happy to do so. Great program!
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Version 3.0.1
chance-carrico
24 April 2016
This is a great update! A powerful tool for those learning new keyboards. With tons of unique options.
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Version 3.0
Since more than seven Years I am using aTypeTrainer4Mac. I was typing hunt-and-peck, and now I regularly type with ten fingers. At present aTypeTrainer4Mac helps me to test my current typing speed and to improve it further. The new version 3.0 works perfectly well on my computer (MacBook Pro 13“, 2.26 GHz, 4 GB RAM, Mac OS X 10.9.5 German).
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Version 3.0
aTypeTrainer4Mac 3.0 is released on 2016-04-19 New in this version: - aTypeTrainer4Mac works under Mac OS X 10.11 now - minor improvements http://atypetrainer4mac.blogspot.ch/
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Version 2.2
bmalberg
17 January 2015
They called me the two finger bandit in high school because I could type super fast with only my index fingers. Unfortunately this skill didn't take me anywhere in life, I decided to learn properly. I haven't used many trainers but I like this one a lot. I have it setup to open automatically when I turn on my computer which pressures me to practice. Now I can type almost correctly, and very slowly, but getting better with practice. Thank you for this useful, easy to use and free software.
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Version 2.2
UlisesMontreal
08 February 2011
I tried Typist first and I love the fact that it actually gives you lessons, it tells you which fingers you should use on the keyboard, but I had to change the settings of my keyboard into USA English (I use ISO Spanish) and it was complicated. aTypeTrainer4Mac is great, I didn't have to configure anything, it worked initially in ISO Spanish by default and it allows you to import text files to practice, BUT... It doesn't "Give you lessons", or I haven't found the function, I really need to be told in detail how to use my fingers.
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Version 2.2