Get ShortcutMe on sale now for just $2.99

ShortcutMe
By Adam Zeis on 22 Jun 2012 08:58 am
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ShortcutMe is one of our favorite shortcut/macro apps and it's on sale now for just $2.99. This powerful app keeps getting better and better and lets you set and perform macros to common tasks on your device. Quickly access apps, compose emails or send text messages all with just a few clicks. New features include:

  • Added new Super Macros (Macros containing other macros) to make it easier for users to create advance shortcuts.
  • Smoother integration of Plugin Functions. Plugins allow users to download new (macro) functions for ShortcutMe inste4ad of writing them from scratch.
  • Added 'SearchAndRun' macro to allow users to search for any item (app, person, etc) on the Blackberry and then run/launch it.
  • Better UI interface.

This one is definitely worth checking out, so grab it now while it's 50% off. Hit the link below to check it out.

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8 comments

Halifax Guy

Interesting, I may look into this.

togardergrosse

About time!
Just downloaded NFCShortcut a while a go, so I really need this :D
Thanks!

Vijik

There are plenty of threads in CrackBerry forum where you can find out how you can write macros to automate things on your BB and how you can launch those macros by tapping an NFC tag.

ShortcutMe 6 also has plugin feature where you can, instead of writing macros, just download and use them.

guerllamo7

I love SCM.
The new version, or at least I finally figured out, allows me to do a few things that I find a bit tedious without it. I do the following:

Listen to The Economist magazine. Previously after downloading it from my PC, I would click on the media folder, music, playlists, select the economist. That is four steps. With SCM I just hit the space bar and push Z. I know it is two steps but they are easier steps because I don't really even have to look at the screen.

You can use NFC tags with SCM and launch a bunch of procedures with it by just setting your phone on the tag. This is awesome.

I also learned you can essentially crate your own "home page" with your own background and use each letter on your keyboard to launch something.

Anyway, I sure enjoyed getting help from someone when I was first introduced to SCM but now I just click away. Pretty neat stuff IMO.

Also, MediaKeyBooster is another app I like using for shortcuts.

Honestly, I can't imagine any other mobile device being able to compete with BlackBerry on efficiency after this is installed.

mikeplus1

Last time I bought SCM on sale it here was the last version 5 and like two days later version 6 was released. No upgrade discounts at all, developer suggested I stay with v5 unless I wanted to buy again for a total of like $7 in less than a week for one app. It is nice app to be sure, but not sure I like how that went down for me and several others. Even on sale now it would be total of $6 in only couple of months, maybe I should wait for BB10 version so I don't have to pay three times in one year for same app.

Maiev

Last time I bought SCM on sale it here was the last version 5 and like two days later version 6 was released. No upgrade discounts at all, developer suggested I stay with v5 unless I wanted to buy again for a total of like $7 in less than a week for one app. It is nice app to be sure, but not sure I like how that went down for me and several others. Even on sale now it would be total of $6 in only couple of months, maybe I should wait for BB10 version so I don't have to pay three times in one year for same app.

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I am totally with this guy.............. I got shafted... and was mad. Developer just gave us the finger so yea... probably won't buy it cuz I ended up not using it (and I got NFC shortcut as well)...

Since you gotta leave NFC on... and burns battery... you ended up not using it as often :O faster to manually do it than to turn nfc and hav it detect the tag.

Vijik

I helped you hours after hours by answering your questions about NFCShortcuts and helped you to write your macro shortcuts that could be launched by touch of an NFC tag. Just go back to Handy ShortcutMe Macros thread on CrackBerry forum and see your questions. It just doesn't seam that you are a guy not using the apps, and I with all those time spending on answering your question, doesn't seam to be the guy who shows finger to people.

And no, NFC doesn't eat up your battery. It is nicely designed to be power efficient (it is even automatically turned off when the backlight is off: Most of the time).

mikeplus1

Nice to know about the NFC question and I don't deny that you seem to reply to most questions, it was just a little frustrating that a new version was released within a couple of days and there was no upgrade path which didn't sit right with some people. I could see if it were a couple of months or so, but within a week, come on! It leaves a bad taste in some people's mouths when this happens and no, you are not the only one, but I won't name names here. Like I said it is a good app for sure, just not sure that I would see that much more for the additional money in my case. And I am sure that I will want the BB10 version when it is released, so probably should take your advise and stay with version 5 for now. BTW, it is not really the money, I buy apps all the time and end up deleting most of them, it is just the principle of the matter. Thanks for listening and responding as always, Mikeplus1.