If you’re like me, the Command + Tab keys are worn on your keyboard from swapping apps. Pressing that key combo calls up the icons for all of the running apps across your screen. Holding down Command and repeatedly pressing the Tab key will rotate through and highlight your open apps. Releasing the keys will switch to the highlighted app.
Holding the Command key and pressing Esc will take you out of the switcher and return you to the app you were in originally.
Want more? Okay. Command + Tab and hold the Command key. Now you can use your mouse to hover directly over the app you want to switch to and release. Alternatively, the left and right arrow keys will cycle though the apps as well. One annoyance I’ve noticed is that the arrow keys no longer wrap from the last app to the first and vice versa. Eh.
Still here? Want to quickly quit an app without switching to it? Command + Tab, hold down Command. Highlight the app you want to quit. Still holding Command, press “Q”. Goodnight little app. If you’re still holding Command, you can quit a bunch of apps in succession with “Q” without switching to any of them. Slick.