Auto Clicker (displayed in some versions as Auto Clicker by MurGaa.com) is an applet for Apple computers that allows one to set a number and speed of clicks, activate the applet, and have your computer do all of the clicking for you. This can be useful for running a script, playing a "clicker" game, and for various other purposes. But how well does it work?
Fast, Once You Accelerate
With multiple options for how to start and stop it, and solid programming that keeps it running for hours if need be, Auto Clicker is usable for pretty much any task where you need to do a lot of repetitive clicking. On the other hand, Auto Clicker features a number of seemingly-redundant functions: two fields for how many milliseconds between clicks, for example. In reality these settings serve to give you optimum control over how your clicking goes, but it can seem excessive, particularly to a user who only uses the applet once or twice.
All That's Needed, For The Program
Overall, Auto Clicker works acceptably with its default settings, but to get it to work exactly as you'd expect, you'll likely have to tweak it a bit. It's worth using if you expect to need it periodically.