No tears, just one great price!

Get access to everything Snipline has to offer, for one affordable price.

p.s. we know its spelt tiers :)

Early bird price
$1.50
per month (billed anually)
Start today with a
Free 30-Day Trial
No credit card required

Access All Features

Keyboard-First Interface
Dynamic Parameters
Access Snippets Anywhere
Works Offline
Unlimited Snippets

Coming Soon

Mobile App

Every Feature. One Price.

We like to keep things as simple as possible so we have one price for everything.

Keyboard-First Interface

Speed up your flow by searching and copy commands without ever touching your mouse.

Powerful Dynamic Snippets

Use variables and multi-choice presets to copy commands for each use.

Endless Use Cases

Use Snipline for storing anything. Excel Formulas, SQL queries, SSH commands anything!

No Device Limit

Use your account on infinite devices.

Frequent Updates

New features are added regularly. See our roadmap for what’s to come.

Unlimited Snippets*

No caps or tiers. Create as many snippets as your heart desires.
*Fair use policy

Desktop App

Streamline your workflow by using the Desktop app available for Mac, Windows, and Linux.

Web App

Access your snippets on any internet connected device - perfect when you’re on the go.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is Snipline a subscription?

Snipline has ongoing server and development costs. To be able to sustain the service we must make money 😀. That said, there’s a 30-day trial so you can decide if Snipline is right for you without paying a penny.

Is Snipline Open Source?

Some elements of Snipline will be open sourced but Snipline as a whole is not. There is also a planned API so you can build your own apps around the service.

Who built Snipline?

Snipline was initially created by Mitch Stanley and has been further developed with isev.

What’s the difference between using Snipline and aliases?

Although Snipline can be used in place of aliases, Snipline can also be used alongside them.

Use Snipline when you have commands that...

  • Are run on multiple computers and servers.
  • Have unobvious parameter order or undescriptive flags.
  • Are complex and need documentation.
  • You want to be able to search for rather than memorise aliases.

Are my commands secret?

Each user can only access their own Snippets. That said, command encryption is a feature planned for a future release. At the moment all snippets are stored in clear text. With that in mind, never store passwords or secure information such as authentication tokens in Snipline!

I have another question…

Sure! Send us an email and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.