AutoPilot

2.5 07 Oct 2009

Macro and automation center designed for Leopard.

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Developer website: Activata

Autopilot is a Macro and Automation Center that has been designed for Mac OS X Leopard as the tool to make you more productive with less effort. Autopilot is focused upon streamlining the repetitive tasks we perform most often, from typing our email address, opening applications to responding to common questions from clients, to performing a backup of our work at the end of the day. In-fact just about any task you want is just a couple of clicks or a voice command away.
  • Text Macros: How often do you have to type your name, email or address? Wouldn't it be nice to simply press a couple of keys or speak a word to your computer and the text appears? With text expansion macros any predefined text you wish to appear in any application is ready on your command and this will save you lots of time throughout the day, you'll wonder how your ever lived without it!
  • Automation: Autopilot is packed with automation and scripting possibilities. So its easy for any Mac user to get just about any task automated. Control and orchestrate your Mac like never before, its a very satisfying experience.
  • Voice Recognition: If getting stuff done with just one or two clicks is not enough, why not go hands-free? Autopilot allows commands or scripts to be triggered by voice recognition.
  • Many more features.

What's New

Version 2.5: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

Requirements

Mac OS X 10.5 or later

Ratings

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Details

Downloads
8,712
Version Downloads
7,041
Type
Utilities / File Management
License
Shareware
Date
07 Oct 2009
Platform
OS X / PPC 32 / Intel 32
Price
Free