The examples seem cool, but I would really like 1-2 "killer app" features that your app can do, rather than a list of minor time saving shortcuts.
(I usually hate reading comments like this because I feel the commenter is just being pedantic and didn't take 5 seconds to read the page. In this case, I really have no clue.)
You set up your widgets for a project - buttons for "git commit", "gulp watch", "Open project in Sublime". Add in some browser windows for the project management - Trello, Harvest, Slack channel. It then serves as a main hub for the project you're working on. To me that sounded a little cumbersome but after seeing the cmd-shift-f global keyboard shortcut (Open/Switch to Freeter) I think I might try to use this on a couple of projects I have going.
Seems you can also set keyboard shortcuts for projects within the app too e.g. ctrl+f1 could be a dashboard for Website A development, ctrl+f2 could be Website B dev, etc.
Edit: Highly recommend taking a moment to read/skim through the guide. The feature that sold me on it was being able to use Dropbox or similar to sync projects between machines
pop one off the yak stack..
The $X for ... (a list of things but enumerated by an animation to type them out and delete them a character at a time)
The animation is so obtrusive that it makes it really hard to use the page and I see this on so many sites that it doesn't even feel novel anymore.
EDIT: Ctrl-Shift-F is a terrible choice for hotkey, used for "find but a bit different" in lots of apps.
Edit: Just realised I'm commenting all over this comment section. Not affiliated with the product at all, just refreshing HN each time I come back from reading more of the guide
I think you've misinterpreted what you saw: the contents of the web page varies depending on which OS you use to access it.
When I visit the web page on a Mac, I see a big green "Download for Mac" button.
You could use something like Harvest, Toggl, etc inside a web widget
> Freeter is built on top of Electron which uses Chromium for embedding web browsers into the app.