Let’s imagine the following scenario. Every day we want to enter a web page, let’s put a travel page, in which we have to enter a form to check several destinations and their prices, as well as the possibility that there are places available. Wouldn’t it be great to do it once and automate the actions, so that the following times we wouldn’t have to enter all the information? Fake is a mix between a web browser and Automator , which allows you to define actions on a web page so that you can repeat them later.
The truth is that few applications have pleased me as much as Fake. The idea is really good, allowing not only the automation of web page input and interactions, but also testing of them for developers of web sites or browser-managed applications. I loved the way the form fields or actions are connected by dragging and dropping with the ctrl key. The ability to emulate mouse clicks, run scripts, reload the page, set delay periods, etc. makes Fake a very powerful tool.
Fake can be downloaded for use in demo mode, but the number of automated actions is limited to eight. The license costs $29.95, a good price depending of course on the use we’re going to give it.