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What chrome extensions are you using in 2023?
11 projects | /r/chrome_extensions | 10 Jan 2023
https://github.com/alyssaxuu/omni - for self-organization and optional browsing through your bookmarks in a familiar way (if you like Cmd+K spotlight search bar a common pattern in many modern applications, this is for you!)
Apps that should be paid, but are not (Part 3)
8 projects | /r/macapps | 19 Nov 2022
That hotkey is very cool to have, no questions asked but i was already using omni which does the same thing so i couldn't see the appeal to switch to it just because of that.8 projects | /r/macapps | 19 Nov 2022
Try Omni instead of Untab, from the same author as later and a much better UI/UX!
Never realized how much battery Chrome drained until I switched to another browser.
2 projects | /r/MacOS | 5 Oct 2022
Recommendation for app that makes the experience of macOS even better?
15 projects | /r/macapps | 18 Jan 2022
Omni - This is technically not an app - it's a Chrome extension; basically gives you the equivalent of Spotlight within Chrome, allowing you to do a bunch of things without ever having to touch the trackpad
Ask HN: Show us your low-tech/simple stack side projects
4 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 11 Jan 2022
The simplest product I've ever built in terms of code (fewest lines of code, no dependencies besides jQuery) is Omni, which is an extension that adds an omnisearch to your browser to manage tabs, bookmarks, history, perform multiple actions, add shortcuts, commands...
It's basically just an array of available actions with a simple UI to search through them and select them. I love it because it's incredibly simple to add new actions, I've also open sourced it so anyone can easily contribute: https://github.com/alyssaxuu/omni
I still don't know if it's going to do well or not, I am going to publicly launch it tomorrow, hopefully people find it useful despite its simplicity :P
What are some alternatives?
wocabee-bot - This extension will automatically solve (almost) any task WocaBee throws at you at lightning speeds
iina - The modern video player for macOS.
yabai - A tiling window manager for macOS based on binary space partitioning
hammerspoon - Staggeringly powerful macOS desktop automation with Lua
skhd - Simple hotkey daemon for macOS
numi - Beautiful calculator app for macOS
untab - 🔍 A productivity tool to boost your browser workflow!
HandBrake - HandBrake's main development repository
Rectangle - Move and resize windows on macOS with keyboard shortcuts and snap areas
MeetingBar - 🇺🇦 Your meetings at your fingertips in the macOS menu bar
moonwalk - A fast & minimal Jekyll blog theme with clean dark mode