Need an Auto Clicker for Mac? Check Out MouseClicker for Free
Auto clickers do much what they sound like, automatically click the mouse for you. Auto mouse clickers can be very useful for many purposes, but usually they’re utilized by people for testing purposes for software, web development, apps, but they can also be used commonly by gamers. And nowadays some people even use mouse clickers to fool spyware software installed by an employer onto a work computer that aims to determine if the user is actually doing any work.
Whatever the reason you need an auto-clicker for your Mac, you’ll be happy to know there’s an excellent free option available that is feature rich, and will be sure to meet your automatic mouse clicking needs.
MouseClicker for Mac has a number of customization features that allow you to determine the number of clicks to be done, the click interval (or time between clicks), a clicker clock to specify when you want the clicks to happen, a click zone which allows you to determine exactly the cursor position of where to click, and you can even choose between single clicks or double clicks, and specify a left click or right click. Does this sound like what you’re looking for?
Launch the app and you’ll be able to set your customized auto-clicking environment and have it up and running in no time.
Keep in mind you will need to grant the MouseClicker application access to be able to control your Mac cursor (it will ask this when you start using the app), because this is what allows it to automatically click on your behalf.
MouseClicker is also open source, so if you’re curious about what is going on behind the scenes, or if you’re skeptical of the app but are competent at reviewing code, you can browse the source and take a look at what’s going on behind the scenes.
Whether you’re auto-clicking for work, fun, or other purposes, give MouseClicker a go, it’s a great free option for Mac users.
Do you use MouseClicker for auto-clicking on the Mac? Do you have another solution you prefer? Let us know in the comments.