You might think that each Mac user would type at whatever speed they type and the Mac just follows along. Actually, a Mac app helps you type faster. Natalia:
The app is called aText, one of a number of Mac applications which help you type faster and with more accuracy by replacing abbreviations with frequently used words or phrases– and you customize each abbreviation to your needs.
Think of what happens if you type an abbreviation and the Mac then types out an entire boilerplate paragraph, or address, or introduction, or summary?
aText comes with a few abbreviations already, and you can use those as templates to create your own. If you have phrases, words, addresses, or boiler plate text that you’re required to type over and over, all those can be stored in aText. Each one gets an abbreviation (which you decide) when automatically type out whatever you saved.
It was easy to setup and use but requires a bit of discipline to remember and use the abbreviation options.