Launch Center Pro 2.0 blasts off with iOS 7 design, Dropbox actions, expanded x-callback support, and more!

Launch Center Pro 2.0 blasts off

The incredibly versitile action launcher Launch Center Pro has been updated to version 2.0, bringing a host of new features, including an all-new design for iOS 7. The app is even more powerful than before, with Dropbox actions and expanded x-callback support. Users can now pick between light, dark, and classic themes, and choose new glyphs, colors, and styles for their action icons. Users can select web clips and photos to use as icons as well.

The new features make Launch Center Pro even more powerful, starting with Dropbox actions. These include things like uploading the last photo taken from within Launch Center, copying a file to your clipboard, and grabbing links to your Dropbox files. Additionally, Launch Center Pro can be backed up to and restored from Dropbox, so you can easily recover your configurations if you ever lose your data. The app also supports multiple prompts for a single action, and users can now launch actions from external apps.

Several enhancements have been made to existing features as well. Support for x-callback has been improved, and there are many more actions that Launch Center Pro can trigger. The Action Composer has also been optimized for iOS 7. Launch Center Pro is now compatible with TextExpander on iOS 7 as well. There's now a welcome video that pops up the first time you use the app, walking you through the basic feature set.

Launch Center Pro 2.0 requires iOS 7, and is a free update for existing Launch Center Pro users. New users can grab it from the App Store for $4.99.

Joseph Keller

Joseph Keller is a news reporter for iMore. He's also chilling out and having a sandwich.

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?????? It's an uncluttered utility/shortcut/launcher (whatever you fancy).......that does exactly what it's supposed to do, and pretty easily too. No need for some crazy cluttered UI/UX. Not trying to troll you at all, but if you're looking for bells & whistles or crazy graphics I suggest checking out some games bruh bc apps like these should be as straightforward as possible IMO.