Don’t you hate having to go through so many steps just to search for something on Google, Amazon, or YouTube? Wouldn’t it be nice if you could just highlight and copy what you want to search for, then have a quick action that would automatically open up the right app and do the search for you? Thanks to a recent update to LaunchCode Shortcut with Notification Center, you can do that and more.
The most unique feature of LaunchCode has been the gesture-based shortcuts you could define. Using LaunchCode, you can draw custom symbols to launch particular apps and actions from your Notification Center. For example, you might want to draw an “M” to call your mother, and you can do precisely that with LaunchCode.
LaunchCode Actions for even more usefulness
A brand new group of shortcut options, these actions allow you to do things like automatically search Google, Amazon, or YouTube for the contents of your clipboard. You can also set up shortcuts to automatically find the nearest gas station, pizza place, coffee shop, or various types of restaurants. There are even more options, so check it out for yourself.
LaunchCode is designed for iOS 7 or later, and is compatible with the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. You can download the free version, which includes ads and in-app purchases along with limitations, on the App Store. If you would rather not be limited or hindered by in-app purchases or advertisements, you can also purchase the premium version of the app for $3.99.