Launch Center Pro Adds New Actions, Reorganizes Action Composer

Posted March 8, 2013 at 5:08pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 13467 views

Launch Center Pro, an app that is like speed dial for iOS actions, has been updated with numerous improvements.

Launch Center Pro creates lightning quick shortcuts to specific features buried deep within apps. Call a loved one, message a friend, launch Instagram’s camera to quickly snap a pic, tweet, or turn your iPhone into a flashlight. Launch Center Pro gets you to where you’re going faster than ever before!

Sample shortcuts:
- Call your Mom
- Message a friend
- Email your boss
- Search Twitter using Tweetbot
- Create a new item in Omnifocus
- Search Yelp for nearby coffee shops
- Fire up Instagram’s camera, instantly
- Jump right to your favorite website
- Use the iPhone as a flashlight
- And so much more...
- Full list: : http://appcubby.com/apps/

What's New In This Version:
✓ In-app messaging actions — group messaging and preset text
✓ In-app email actions — attach last photo taken or attach photo from the clipboard
✓ Clipboard actions — place text on clipboard, place last photo on clipboard, convert text on clipboard, and x-callback-url support
✓ Expanded Text Expander support — snippets can now be expanded automatically while launching an action
✓ New Tweet action — tweet last photo taken
✓ Reorganized Action Composer
✓ Bug fixes and other enhancements

You can purchase Launch Center Pro from the App Store for $2.99.

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