Welcome to Toothpicks: an awesome Bluetooth device manager for macOS. With Toothpicks you can add your favorite Bluetooth devices to the menu bar and connect/disconnect them with a single click. Alternatively, define a connect/disconnect hot key for each of your Bluetooth devices.

Toothpicks can also show your device's battery level in the menu bar* alongside your device's image. Choose from either a numerical or graphical battery level display. Need detailed information about a Bluetooth device? Hover the mouse cursor over your device's image in the menu bar to reveal the more info pane, or right-click your device's image to see detailed device information.

Want to connect or disconnect several Bluetooth devices at the same time? Group your devices into Collections and connect/disconnect them all with a single hot key.

=== Click to Connect/Disconnect ===

Quickly connect or disconnect your favorite Bluetooth devices with a single click in the menu bar.

• Add your favorite Bluetooth devices to the menu bar
• Use one of the supplied devices images or provide your own
• Right-click a device's image in the menu bar to get detailed device information

=== Notifications ===

Get notified with either a sound or notification, or both, when devices connect or disconnect.

• Use one of the supplied sounds or provide your own

=== Collections ===

Group devices into Collections and connect/disconnect them all with a single hot key.

• When there is a mix of connected/disconnect devices in a group, Toothpicks will ask what you want to do

=== What Else? ===

• No advertisements
• No in-app purchases
• Nothing to unlock/no "pro" version
• No annoying prompts asking you to review Toothpicks
• No links for other paid apps
• No tracking
• No data-harvesting

=== System Requirements + Other Details ===

• Toothpicks requires macOS 10.12 Sierra or higher
• Toothpicks supports Retina displays and macOS dark mode.

* macOS does not support battery level detail for all Bluetooth devices

What’s New

Version 1.1.1

• Fixed an issue that could cause custom device images to not save
• Fixed an issue that could cause drop-drown menus to not align properly with their menu bar images
• Fixed an issue that could cause menu bar images to flicker when clicked on macOS 10.14
• Added macOS 10.12, 10.13 support
• Updated app icon

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
3 Ratings

3 Ratings

RebelrangerYo ,

Useful Easy and Handy

This app does what it says and provides a useful bloototh alternative that does not require you to drill through the sub menus to access your devices. It acts as a set it and forget it-or monitor it from the menu bar. Makes connectng to bluetooth devices simple, easy and flawless!

Developer Response ,


thecodercody ,

Does What It Says, And Does It Well

I bought this entirely to support the developer immediately after leaving a glowing review of his other app, Amphetamine, which I highly recommend.

This app is awesome, too.

Way to go, dev!

Developer Response ,


z8925r ,

AirPods Users DO NOT USE

Before the last update, I could put on my AirPods without waking up my mac. After that update, my mac wakes up every. single. time. Hopefully this can be fixed.

Developer Response ,

Hi there! Toothpicks fully supports AirPods, but there might be something going on with your specific Mac. I'm happy to troubleshoot this issue with you, but I can't help you through the App Store. Please visit and submit a support request. -William


William Gustafson
3.7 MB

macOS 10.12 or later, 64-bit processor



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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.