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Keystroke Pro

Visualize Your Keypresses

Let your audience see which keys you’re pressing.

Elevate your presentations

Each key you press, instantly shown on your screen

Keyboard shortcuts are essential for app demos and how-to videos. Displaying keystrokes while lecturing, sharing, and recording your screen helps your audience to follow along with ease.

The bottom right corner of a grey iMac is shown, with Keystroke Pro running and displaying the keystroke Caps Lock, Command and X.
Showcase your screen in a memorable way

Exceeds expectations

  1. 4.8
    367 ratingsmacOS

All ratings according to the App Store, as of January 6, 2024.

Lifting students up by moving teachers forward

Keystroke Pro looks gorgeous, offers extensive customizability, and is exceptionally well made.

A close-up view of Keystroke Pro’s appearance settings, such as style, size, transition animations, and display duration.
Superior appearance options. Beautifully simple.

Create a great how-to video

Helps you show and tell

  1. Keystroke Pro’s settings panel with the appearance tab selected, showcasing all the options available to customize the look and feel of the app.
  2. An example of a keystroke visualization: in this case, Caps Lock, Command, and X. The colors shown are suitable for macOS’s light theme.
  3. A look at Keystroke Pro’s settings panel, with the display category selected, showing options for a multi-monitor setup and changing the position of visualized keystrokes.
  4. Cineastic hero image of Keystroke Pro running on an iMac.
  5. A close-up view of Keystroke Pro’s settings panel, this time with the appearance tab selected, displaying the various options to tailor the app’s aesthetics.
  6. An example of a keystroke visualization: in this case, Caps Lock, Option, and U. The colors shown are suitable for macOS’s dark theme.
  7. Keystroke Pro’s settings panel, with the general tab selected, provides options to set a global hot key and to define which keys should be visualized, among other settings.
  8. Keystroke Pro running on a MacBook, in the bottom right corner of the screen.
  9. A comprehensive look at the numerous colorful keystroke design options.