Run applications and phone features by drawing a quick gesture. No more having to scroll through pages of apps, or long contact lists, just to access what you want!
-Quickly open an App, Website or File (png, mp4, etc).
-Directly Call, Message or Email any contact in your contact list.
-View a contact from your contact list.
-Toggle Wifi, Bluetooth, and other phone functions without digging into your settings menus
-Add a widget to your homescreen, or a link to your notification bar - so you can quickly run your gestures from anywhere.
-Ask for confirmation before running a shortcut, to confirm what you're running. We're sure you don't want to accidently call your boss on your day off.
-Set gesture sensitivity, higher meaning you have to be more accurate for GS to recognise the shortcut. Turn it up if you have lots of gestures and are finding it hard to distinguish between them, or lower it if you want to be lazy and draw vaguely.
Gesture Shortcuts Launcher allows you to draw a simple gesture to run a shortcut, e.g. call a friend, open an application, or turn your wifi on/off. If you have loads of contacts or tons of apps, then Gesture Shortcuts Launcher makes life a lot easier. Just draw a quick gesture, instead of browsing through long lists to find what you need.
You won't need tons of icons on your home screen anymore either - just add our widget. Simply click the widget, and draw your gesture on an overlay to instantly access the desired shortcut. You can even add a Gesture Shortcuts Launcher link to your notification bar, allowing you to access the overlay from within other applications!
Full feature list:
-Open File (eg. png, mp4, etc)
-Toggle Airplane Mode
-Set Silent Ringer Mode
-Set Normal Ringer Mode
-Set Vibrate Ringer Mode
-Add Widget to Home Screen
-Access from Notification Bar
-Ask Confirmation before running shortcut
-Set Gesture Sensitivity
-Added loading screen when listing installed applications to choose from.
-When unable to recognise a gesture, it lists the next highest possible matches. You can set when possible matches pops up in the settings (after 1 - 12 failed attempts) as well as choose how many matches to list (1 - 12)
To add our widget on your home screen, simply long-press (hold your finger down) on any empty slot on your home screen, select "Widgets" and scroll across to find "Gesture Shortcuts", then drag this onto the homepage. You're then just one click away from easily being able to call, text, toggle and open whatever you want.
While you can draw any gesture you like, we have found that gestures work better the less you take your finger off the screen when drawing your gesture. Think simple.
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-You can set the toast message on or off when running a shortcit
-Ability to create home screen shortcuts
-Added Android Shortcuts
-Bug fix on creating application shortcut
-Minor bug fixes