One of the things Mac power users know that the average Mac user doesn’t know is the power of the keyboard. Keep your hands on the keyboard and you’ll be more productive. That explains why hotkey combos and keyboard shortcuts are so popular among experienced Mac users. Almost every time your fingers move to the mouse or the trackpad you’re less productive.
Here’s how to control the mouse pointer from the Mac’s keyboard.
The Keymo utility lets you move the Mac’s onscreen pointer without having to use the mouse or trackpad.
Keyboard shortcuts make it easy to use Keymo, and navigating around even large screens is rather easy. Keymo gives you a few basic actions that get the screen pointer across any Mac screen with speed and precision– from using only the keyboard.
Settings are straightforward and easily configured and remembered.
Move: set a keyboard shortcut to move the pointer in a specific direction, including configurations for acceleration, step size, and movement.
Move to Other Display: This is a shortcut that moves the screen pointer to another display attached to your Mac.
Move To Edge (or Corner): Move the screen pointer to any corner of the screen with a simply hotkey combo.
Move by Division: Move anywhere on the Mac’s screen by setting up screen sections.
There’s one other feature that all by its lonesome would justify Keymo’s nominal price tag. Find the screen pointer with a highlight. Sometimes the screen pointer can get lost amid all the screen clutter, but Keymo can make it visible right away.
Not every Mac user will appreciate the power of the keyboard, but if you disdain using the mouse or trackpad because it slows you down, Keymo is what can speed you up.