TextFridge
TextFridge
1.2.1

5.0

TextFridge free download for Mac

TextFridge1.2.1

25 January 2020

Store text you often use (was TextOnTrays).

Overview

TextFridge (was TextOnTrays) allows you to store lots of texts that you often need to write (up to 150 text snippets). Its interface is minimalist and user-friendly.

  • The basic use is as simple as can be: drag text from anywhere to TextFridge, drag text from TextFridge to anywhere.
  • Of course many other functionalities are available : Give a title to a line, choose its color, move it, lock a color, drag texts from/to macOS clipboard etc...
  • Keep Textfridge always available: the main window can be permanently visible or visible only when a key combination is typed.

What's new in TextFridge

Version 1.2.1:
  • TextFridge now supports Dark Mode
  • Better compatibility with macOS 10.14 and 10.15

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How would you rate TextFridge app?

1 Reviews of TextFridge

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arroyo28
11 May 2012
Version: 1.0.0.3.0

Most helpful

I have been looking for an inexpensive piece of software that would enable me to keep certain passwords, urls, etc. in one place, but would have room and some organization for sorting them. TextOnTrays, so far, seems close to what I am looking for. It works (I am on Lion.); it has the features I want and it also allows me to give a "title" to each saved entry. I gave it four stars rather than three because, at present, once in operation -- it stays on the screen and, IMO, in the way. I emailed the author and suggested that he implement either a keyboard combination and/or a small icon for the title bar -- by which the user could summon the the "TOT" window; use it, and then make it disappear.
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4
arroyo28
11 May 2012
Version: 1.0.0.3.0
I have been looking for an inexpensive piece of software that would enable me to keep certain passwords, urls, etc. in one place, but would have room and some organization for sorting them. TextOnTrays, so far, seems close to what I am looking for. It works (I am on Lion.); it has the features I want and it also allows me to give a "title" to each saved entry. I gave it four stars rather than three because, at present, once in operation -- it stays on the screen and, IMO, in the way. I emailed the author and suggested that he implement either a keyboard combination and/or a small icon for the title bar -- by which the user could summon the the "TOT" window; use it, and then make it disappear.
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