TextBuddy is…

…a Mac app for manipulating text.

A Swiss Army knife for plain text that is there when you need it and hidden when you don’t.

Faster than your IDE. Easier than the command line.

TextBuddy is not…

…for writing code.

…for editing Markdown.

…for managing a library of plain-text notes.

TextBuddy is…

…a single-window of text with 128 useful commands you can run to transform, sort, and filter your text into the format you need, extract some data, or jot down a quick note.

Watch a 42 second demo?

Here’s a basic editing session…

Press ⌘T to open the Command Window, search for an action, and run it on your text.

I’ve used the term ‘delightful’ to describe an app maybe twice in the past 15 years, and I hate people who abuse such term. (Today *every little thing* online is awesome amazing delightful), but man, TextBuddy is a real workflow-booster for a text fiend like me!

Riccardo Mori

I find this insanely obvious as a product. I’m considering updating my Mac to Big Sur just to run this. It’s all the text manipulation I run from the CLI without having to look up syntax.

Hacker News comment

I tried it out for 5 minutes and immediately purchased.

Brett Terpstra