This only works on OSX at the moment, and unfortunately there's no sign that the developer plans to develop a version of the app for Windows. On the other hand that is probably a good thing. These sound effects are annoying enough that they are liable to inspire a lynch mob.
Trust me, I know what I'm talking about.
I like to carry around a full-sized USB keyboard at conferences and I get dirty looks because it is not as quiet as the average laptop. It's silly, I know, but that's what people are doing.
But at least I didn't suffer the fate of Skye Ferrante. This 39-year-old writer was kicked out of a coworking space in Greenwich Village in 2010 because he worked on a 1929 Royal typewriter:
The 37-year-old writer represented a bygone era, the last typewriter-user in a special room devoted to typists.
"In the event that there are no desks available, laptop users must make room for typists," read a sign posted in the "Typing Room" for years.
When Ferrante returned to the Writers Room in April after an eight-month break, the sign was gone and his noisy typewriter was no longer welcome.
"I was told I was the unintended beneficiary of a policy to placate the elderly members who have all since died off," said Ferrante, a Manhattan native who's writing children's books. "They offered me a choice to switch to a laptop or refund my money, which to me is no choice at all."