ShortcutMe 4.3 is OS 6 ready – 20 copies to give away

ShortcutMe OS6
By Ryan Blundell on 13 Aug 2010 11:13 am EDT
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ShortcutMe is no stranger to the CrackBerry blogs. If you’re new to CrackBerry, or just too forgetful to remember (and too lazy to search through the blogs), I’ll fill you in. The application screams shortcut supremacy. BlackBerry users will find efficiencies where they didn’t know it could exist. Instead of assigning a single application or PIM tool to each convenience key, you can assign multiple ones! Not to mention the space key; which acts as a third convenience key. Couple that with customizable keypad shortcuts and you’ll wonder how you ever got around without it. I almost forgot- ShortcutMe also includes quick access to weather, stock market and a screen capture feature. It’s fully customizable as to the shortcuts you want to use. Whether it’s emailing your favourite contact, cleaning memory or pointing your browser to the CrackBerry mobile site, ShortcutMe has you covered.

Sam shot me an email, telling me that ShortcutMe is OS6 ready; in fact, it’s now available on all touch screen BlackBerrys, on top of previously supported models! Check out ShortcutMe 4.3 in action after the jump.

Contest: We have 20 free copies of ShortcutMe to give away. All you have to do is leave a comment on this post to be entered into the draw. Contest ends this Sunday at Midnight PST. Please only leave one comment - multiple submissions won't count.

ShortcutMe 4.3 in Action

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ShortcutMe 4.3 is OS 6 ready – 20 copies to give away

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Question: What did the poker dealer say to the Three Amigos star?

Bwahahahaha! Haha! Ha... Ha... Ha.

Sorry.

it is a MUST HAVE app. There is no other short cut program that is more efficient. QuickLaunch is a tortoise compared to scm.

Forgive me I don't remember if I posted more than once. But I would like this looks awesome!

I waited in line and got my Torch yesterday...so stoked!!!
This would be the perfect addition to make it perfect...
Please pick me!!!!!!!

Thanks for the "change of pace" theme. Most interesting about this is the scroll "up" from the match & flame in the app menu. Flicking up from the flame brings the icons into vivid detail. Also, the email menu (yellow on black) is a great, easy to read provision. This theme provides a welcome individuality on my Storm2. Thanks for the thoughtful effort in your work. Those $6.99 developers can learn something. Here's a value that can't be beat!

My theme post above didn't belong here. Should have been for the next thread. I'm a QuickLaunch user that got lost!!!

Should get a copy of this since the left side is missing buttons. We will like a copy. And anyone keyboard glows kinda light purplish. It looks ver nice.

Though should be native to BB, I desperately need stuff like this. Now, you require 4 steps to make a simple call on touchscreen - only 2 on other BB and most smartphones !

Because I'm starting to get tired of all rubbing the trackpad just to get into one apps .. and remember the days back when I'm using Storm, just swap and click directly :-)

Just bought a Torch to replace my Curve and having trouble with the transition. Would love the help with the shortcuts and the free copy!

WOW!!! This is exactly what i need especially when i'm organizing my military, civilian job and school assignments...GREAT APPLICATION.....

Wow, this is one app that gets better with every update! I got Quicklaunch, so it's hard to justify buying it, but Viijik and company are sure doing a great job with their programming efforts. With one less convenience key available with the BB Torch, I doubt SCM users will miss it with this app.

Looks like a great app. Shortcuts on BB apps make it the king, and this can only make it better!

I need this beat... i been rapping to it for like 6 mins. Crackberry can y'all let me know this instrumental playing in the background of the Short Cut Me Video

I need this beat... i been rapping to it for like 6 mins. Crackberry can y'all let me know this instrumental playing in the background of the Short Cut Me Video

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