Version: 2.4.9 || Release Date: 2010-06-20 || License: Shareware ($30.00) Developer: Plum Amazing | App Owner: juliankauai

Automate repetitive actions. Do less and accomplish more on your Mac.

iKey allows creation of shortcuts that perform an action or sequence of actions each of which can be launched by key combinations or menu or event. This easy to use macro/automation utility can save time, typing and hundreds of clicks everyday.Do less and accomplish more. Avoid carpal tunnel, get more accomplished and have fun with iKey. An excellent manual written by Adam Engst is included.

iKey lets you create shortcuts which can run an action based on:

  • a keyboard equivalent or click from any usb mouse, trackball, gamepad and keyboard (mighty mouse, xkeys, contour mouse, shuttle pro, usb devices from kensington, microsoft, logitech, etc.)
  • and/or an item of a menu
  • and/or a programmed time/date.
  • iKey is for power users thru beginners.

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6 Opinions

A real lifesaver! Powerful app!

The app still works but they rarly responde to the forum or support email for that matter. Still is great program though. But I am not sure if it will around much longer. Sometimes people move (which is fine) but they keep the website alive to make some extra money which is at least questionable if there is no support.

Hexatron, after your comment, versions 2.3, 2.3.1, 2.3.2, 2.3.3 and 2.3.4 (2009) were released. So it looks alive to me.

This app is dead - another loss to Leopard.
There are too many problems now that make it unusable, and the developer has stopped responding to emails and forum posts.


I can tell iKey to offset the mouse position by x and y pixels. I can not do that with QuicKeys.

Powerful like QuicKeys (no?) but cheaper.