Posts Tagged ‘Launch Center Pro’

The extremely popular Launch Center Pro app for iPhone and iPad has benefited from a number of updates in rapid succession. The updates bump the latest version up to 3.1.1 and introduces a brand new Icon Composer feature.

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If you’ve ever wanted to make you Mac sleep remotely, and with the touch of just one button on an iPhone or an iPad, then you’re going to want to read this handy little tip.

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Launch Center Pro, which works as something of a makeshift launcher for iPhone users, has enjoyed incredible success thanks to its slick, minimalistic interface and support for a wide range of apps and shortcuts. Now, for the first time, it has been rolled out for the iPad, and with an interface tailored for the increased display real estate, it’s every bit as good as the Launch Center Pro we know and love.

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iOS, as most of you will be more than aware, doesn’t allow for custom launchers, and having enjoyed several when using Android, it’s a great shame that Apple’s ecosystem doesn’t offer any kind of native support to manipulate the way the home screen looks and functions. However, Launch Center Pro for iPhone, formerly known as App Cubby, offers something resembling the functionality of your traditional Android launcher, and thanks to an update pushing the version number up to 2.0, it’s now very much in-keeping with the simplistic beauty of the Cupertino’s all-new iOS 7.

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The guys over at App Cubby have been riding on the back of quite a large amount of praise since they released the Launch Center Pro iOS app last year. Although it may not be to everyone’s taste, the handy productivity based app takes what can be boring, tedious and repetitive tasks and manages to cut them down into manageable two-tap chunks. That alone probably makes the app worth the purchase for a lot of users, but things in the Launch Center Pro world have improved of late with the release of version 1.1 of the app.

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Regardless of whether they are aware of the terminology or not, every single iPhone and iPod touch user manages to interact with the device’s home screen every time they use it. Flicking between home screens, editing icon locations or deleting them, as well as launching installed apps is the main purpose of the home screen on an iOS device and provides users with a centralized desktop interface between themselves and their installations.

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