1.0.2 15 Aug 2012

The speed dial buttons to your files and folders.


Developer website: MOApp Software Manufactory

Dammit. Where is that important folder? Call 1 for your Documents. Call 2 for your Dropbox. Call 3 for your Pictures. And for your recently used files you don't need to call at all. They are right there. At your fingertips. Dammit is now optimized for the awesome new Retina display. Dammit can now show you recently used documents as well. Dammit. Do I have all files for my latest application? Dammit. Why did I just closed that Finder window, again? Dammit. Where is that document I just used a minute ago? Even the best computers in the world with the most advanced system have one problem. Us. Us humans dealing with our daily obstacles in front of them. Dammit will of course not solve every problem - but it will surely make your life much easier. Think of Dammit as the speed dial buttons to your most often used and most important files, folders and recently used documents. Just create a stack. Add up to nine files or folders per stack and simply open them with the keys 1-9. Or just click onto them. Of course you can create unlimited stacks and you can add whatever you want. Folders, images, Apps, bookmarks and even drives and servers. Swipe between Stacks and replace items in a blink by drag-and-drop. If needed - you can lock items or even flag them. Dammit runs in the background, can be activated by an own custom Global Hotkey and if you like you can disable the Dock icon. Dammit has a very small footprint, is optimized for speed and can be completely operated by keyboard. So - why not replace the daily: Dammit. Where is that folder again? with: Dammit, what a great little helper!

What's New

Version 1.0.2:
  • Added support for the awesome new Retina display
  • Added option to Quick Look and access the Recent Documents
  • Adopteded App sandboxing - you can only open files/folders you've already accessed once before


  • OS X 10.7 or later
  • 64-bit processor


Current Version (1.x)


Version Downloads
Utilities / File Management
15 Aug 2012
Intel 64 / OS X