Got more logins that you can shake a stick at? get them under control with Trapdoor. Trapdoor securely stores all your logins in the system provided keychain, and can quickly login to for any of them.

Quick Start

Launch Trapdoor, and it'll automatically list all your keychain entries for These appear in both the Login menu and in the Dock's context menu. Simply select one of the entries from either menu and trapdoor will quickly login you in. Don't have any keychain entries yet for, don't despair, just goto File -> Add New Login to create some.

Tip: For maximum benefit, use the Dock Context menu to have Trapdoor automatically start at when you login to your Mac.

Trapdoor In Action

The dock context menu

Select an existing login to launch it with the configured application. If you select the "Show Target Apps" option then the menu will expand to allow you to select a specific application to launch. The default application assigned to the login will appear at the top of the list.

The Login menu

Click a login to launch it, or click one of the specific applications from the submenu.

The New Credentials window

You have the option to use different browsers for different usernames. New for v1.13, Trapdoor can now also launch SoqlX directly.

Tip: Alias is optional, but set one for each login, and it'll appear along with the username on the lists of logins to make it easier to differentiate them.

Preferences Window

You can view the list of browsers detected, and adjust other preferences.

System Requirements

Requires Mac OSX 10.14 or later, and at least one account

Download the latest version of Trapdoor
If you're still on a version of OSX earlier than 10.14, then Trapdoor v1.11 supports OSX 10.9 and up.

Release History

v1.13, Nov 18, 2021
v1.11, Feb 24, 2017
v1.10, March 17, 2016
v1.9, May 29, 2014
v1.8, May 18, 2010
v1.7, March 4, 2010
v1.6, Feb 24, 2010
v1.5, Aug 13, 2009
v1.4, Sept 14, 2007
v1.3, July 11, 2007
v1.2, May 1, 2007
v1.1, Feb 21, 2007
v1.0, Jan 26, 2007