Does what it says most of the time. Moving it to the toolbar on Mavericks is a bit tricky but that’s the OS’s fault not this app’s. Once it’s on the Finder toolbar, it is indispensable. I wish the Retina and non-Retina icons were the same, and a larger icon was present, so it didn't have to change between screen when a Thuderbolt Display is connected to a Retina Mac Book Pro. It's a small detail, but makes a difference. Otherwise this is a great tool.
Doesnt work on Mavericks well
The application doesnt work as explained. You can’t right click on a finder window to open Terminal.app on that folder. You have to open the window, then go to the app and launch it, for it to recognize where you are located and open the window. This is clunky and half assed to be honest. I was expecting the app to add a short cut to the right-click menu that allowed me to open terminal.app here.Also the “Making it more useful” part where the author says you can drag the app to the finder window doesnt work in Mavericks.It was a .99 cent donation to the author, because the app doesnt work as described. When the author updates it, to allow right clicking on a finder window to open temrinal.app here and he updates the app for Mavericks, I will give him 5 stars...
Great utility for my college classes!
increases my efficiency - great for spoken command users
I very much like this tool. Once upon a time I had a version of it and it was great. Now that I am constantly using the terminal again, this really speeds things up - again… and there's more…. with the icon on the finder launch bar, Terminal Here becomes easily accessible to some speech-command&text platforms. You might find yourself using this a lot if you program. This would be a big help to a biginning programmer and especially for java (a la minecraft)....and 99¢ is seriously affordable!
Does what it says, almost
Does what it says, very simple. Chokes on non-alphanumeric characters at the start of a directory name.