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TextExpander

Automatically Insert Text Snippets

$49.92
v1 Mac & PC  Download Trial
Platforms: Mac OS 10.10 (Yosemite) or later, Windows 7 or later, iOS
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Do you find yourself in a job where you type the same words, phrases, even entire paragraphs over and over? Do you dream about how your productivity would skyrocket if you could automate this process? Well, your dream is a reality, thanks to today’s discount software promotion, TextExpander!

TextExpander instantly inserts snippets of text when you type an abbreviation or use a search. With TextExpander, you’ll be able to immediately insert email addresses, code chunks, form letters, and more by just typing a few letters. Not only is this incredibly convenient and more efficient than cut and paste, it’ll also reduce your typing errors, since everything is stored in memory.

Best of all, TextExpander makes your snippets available across all of your devices, so you’ll never be without this amazing and useful resource by your side, no matter where you are.

After you purchase TextExpander, it may be used for 12 months.

Review Written by Derek Lee

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Ennovy "After you purchase TextExpander it may be used for 12 months and will not function after that unless you renew your subscription."

That makes it a NO DEAL for me.
Apr 6 2017 at 6:12am Copy Link
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mix624 Ok, so all my private texts snippets etc are splattered out in the "safe" and "private" cloud ? Then I am not interested. And I dont like being chained to subscriptions either, in fact I hate it (just to be clear).
Apr 6 2017 at 3:27pm Copy Link
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Bruno Del Frate Looks incredibly useful, but unfortunately I hate subscriptions too. I really hope you'll reconsider your license terms, and think about an option for anyone who doesn't like repurchasing the same software every year.
Apr 7 2017 at 2:53am Copy Link
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Paul I have to agree with all three of the previous comments, especially on software like this. I'm assuming the subscription is to pay for the cloud, but we could backup to our own computers or our own cloud storage. This whole subscription thing is getting out of hand, we can't possibly afford to pay yearly for every single program we own, so we will have to make cuts, this would be one of those cuts for me.
Apr 7 2017 at 4:44am Copy Link
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Chuck What is the cost for the next 12 months? And the next 12 months after that? Etc?

Looking at the website, paying annually is $39.96. I typical user would expect to get five years out of a piece of software. Assuming prices don't change over that period (big assumption, I know) and doing the math:

Year 1: $19.98
Year 2: $39.96
Year 3: $39.96
Year 4: $39.96
Year 5: $39.96
Total: $179.82

That is... Not even in the realm of the possible for me given this software's utility.
Apr 7 2017 at 4:57am Copy Link
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Fredrick I am personally not interested in purchasing subscription based software and I will only do so when the software is essential to my work and no reasonable alternative is available (e.g., Adobe CC), or it is overly apparent that daily to weekly updates are essential (specific internet and malware applications). Relative to TextExpander, I would personally consider purchasing a perpetual software license, with within version updates, at a maximum cost of $19.98.
Apr 7 2017 at 10:25am Copy Link
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Robert Bull @Chuck: well done for pointing out the total cost. That would be most of the price of the top-ranked professional medicaltranscription ist software, and their licence is better.
Apr 7 2017 at 2:49pm Copy Link
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Stew Cam I use Breevy (http://www.16software.com/breevy) and am very happy with it. I previously tried several other text expanders. I used PhraseExpress for a few years but got fed up with paying a hefty and too frequent upgrade fee. Like others, I avoid subscription software.
Apr 7 2017 at 5:11pm Copy Link
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