Toothpicks 4+

Fangtastic Bluetooth manager

William Gustafson

    • 4.8 • 21 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

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 1.1.2

Toothpicks is now a 100% free app. Thanks to everyone who purchased!

New in Toothpicks 1.1.2:
• Added ability to rename Bluetooth devices in Preferences > Devices

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

zstei001 ,

Excellent! Takes my bluetooth game to a whole 'notha level!

Seriously, this app is excellent to the point that I was absolutely shocked it's free. Very well designed and thought-out. Very feature-rich without being difficult to use or taking any "figuring out". This will improve the experience of anyone who uses bluetooth devices on a Mac.

The only functionality I was able to think of that could be added to improve Toothpicks is the ability to receive a notification if a given device's battery goes below a pre-defined level.

All things considered, this is an excellent app, definitely worthy of a five-star rating.

Jack Brewster ,

Focused and easy to use

I just started using this app as a replacement for using the system Bluetooth menu item. I appreciate that it's focused, but still flexible, and it's very quick! Highly recommended if you're looking for a good way to manage your BT devices (especially headphones).

Developer Response ,

❤️

ZenLifeCoach ,

Excellent...and I have a feature request

I have a pair of Bose On-Ear Wireless Headphones that automatically connect to my Mac whether I want them to or not.

I originally got this app hoping there was an option to prevent the headphones from automatically connecting without me clicking a button or hotkey.

Unfortunately, that's not the case. I switch on the headphones and the icon turns from gray to black and the headphones are now connected to my Mac. Ugh.

If you can add this feature (to prevent a device autoconnecting) to an update, I will love you forever!

Thanks for considering this!

Developer Response ,

❤️

App Privacy

The developer, William Gustafson, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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