Launch Center Pro updated with in-app messaging actions, new tweet action, and more

Launch Center Pro updated with in-app messaging actions, new tweet action, and more

Launch Center Pro is an amazing little app that allows you quicker access to commonly used apps and functions. It's just received an update that adds quite a few new features and tweaks that make it even better including in-app messaging and email actions, new tweet actions, a reorganized action composer, and more.

If you have a lot of apps or want quicker access to commonly used functions and actions, Launch Center Pro has been able to cleverly give users these abilities for a while now without the need of a jailbreak. The updated version of Launch Center Pro adds all of the following enhancements -

  • In-app messaging actions — group messaging and preset text
  • In-app email actions — attach last photo taken or attach photo from the clipboard
  • Clipboard actions — place text on clipboard, place last photo on clipboard, convert text on clipboard, and x-callback-url support
  • Expanded Text Expander support — snippets can now be expanded automatically while launching an action
  • New Tweet action — tweet last photo taken
  • Reorganized Action Composer
  • Bug fixes and other enhancements

If you already own Launch Center Pro, it's a free update. If you don't, you can grab it via the link below.

Allyson Kazmucha

Senior editor for iMore. I can take apart an iPhone in less than 6 minutes. I also like coffee and Harry Potter more than anyone really should.

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Could someone post how group Emailing is done? The App boasts it can do this, but it is not obvious (at least to me) how that is accomplished. App support says these actions are not supported? I'm confused. :-(

I don't understand why iMore keeps promoting this app. It sucks and doesn't really save any time or clicks. If there were more system settings it would be worth it, but launching apps, it's just nothing more than a folder.

I also don't see the point of this app too much. If it's just a bunch of URL schemes that launch certain apps that have it, then fine. But for $3, I'd rather spend it elsewhere. Apple should really open it up where apps can launch other apps more directly, or at least give a more skinnable UI (scroll-list of apps, perhaps?)