One-Click Bluetooth with ToothFairy by C-Command Software

I’m a sucker for inexpensive, well-conceived macOS utilities, and at $3, ToothFairy by C-Command Software certainly fits the bill. I learned about the app from the show notes of this week’s episode of Mac Power Users.

I’m always switching between Bluetooth audio devices on the Mac, usually sending music to my AirPods, Bose SoundLink II over the ear headphones, or even my Amazon Echo Dot. Unfortunately macOS doesn’t always do a great job of connecting and switching between them.

ToothFairy lets you create little menubar icons for each of these devices and then toggle them on and off as you wish:

Device Icons in ToothFairy
Customizing your device icon in ToothFairy.
AirPods icon in the menubar.
ToothFairy fills in the AirPods icon to let you know it’s active.

And ToothFairy works great. I’ve been testing it for the past few days and it’s been super solid. Snag it on the Mac App Store for around $3.

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