LAppSter - Launch Apps Faster
500 - 1,000 downloads
- Homescreen widget
- It would be great if it hasa "uninstall by batches" feature
LappSter is a search engine for fast and easy access to the apps installed on your mobile device
It's true: Android built-in apps manager isn't the most intuitive way to start, killing and uninstall your apps. LappSter provides a faster and easier access to all your apps. This app is especially recommended for people with more than 20 apps installed on their devices. When you have less apps installed, it's easy to access them from the homescreen. More apps though implies a waste of time searching them in the app launcher.
Besides listing them in alphabetical order, LappSter uses a QWERTY and QWERTZ keyboard to help you search all the apps installed on your device. Thus, you just need to select a letter the app name contains to start filtering apps. You can also add automatic or your own tags to apps for an even faster search. From the list you can single tap to launch the app or long tap to show the app details.
There's a screen widget that displays the Lappster keyboard and provides a fast access to the app. Or you can just replace the search button on Android 4.1 that launches Google Now and set it to launch Lappster. Finally, you can select to display the apps in a list or in a grid-style layout, show them sorted alphabetically, by "recently started" apps or "favorite" apps.
LappSter is a really useful app which helps you save some time.
It works with every launcher and extends the search feature.
If you have a lot of apps (more than 20) on your device, LAppSter helps you to start, kill or uninstall the installed apps on a quick and easy way.
Normally, you start your apps by the launcher, but every launcher offers only limited space for icons.
This is enough if you use only 10-20 apps - in this case you don't need LAppSter.
But if you have a lot of apps on your device?
Do you know the situation, that you are wasting much time during searching, wiping and scrolling to the app, which is not on your home screen? Do you still waste your time during searching some app in Settings/Application Manager for killing or uninstalling it?
In this case LAppSter can simplify and optimize the access to your apps.
LAppSter uses the own, tiny and quick keyboard (now with QWERTY and QWERTZ) and is even faster than the default search box and shows the recently started apps on the top of the list.
List: Tap starts the selected app, tap on the i-Button shows the app details
Grid: Short tap starts the app, long tap shows the app details
Additionally to automatical keywords (tags), you can define your own manual tags, which are primarily regarded if you search some app.
If you want, LAppSter can be simply opened by Search-Button (> Android 4.1) and can replace the standard slow Google Now searchbox.
The new widget allows you to minimize LAppSter during usage of other apps and quickly access the apps if needed.
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- Learn more about features: http://lappster.inweb30.net/features
- The needed permissions are described here: http://lappster.inweb30.net/privacy
- Wish a new feature? Found a bug? Contact me: http://lappster.inweb30.net/contact
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App renamed to LAppSter - Launch Apps Faster
- added a new widget, which does not need much place in launcher (1x1 size), and is implemented as a minimizable floating panel (needs the new permission SYSTEM_ALERT_WINDOW)
- added buttons in the left area, which allow to switch between different views: all sorted, recently started and most started apps
- improved sorting of list items
- removed the Donation-button (nobody used)
and more: http://lappster.inweb30.net/changelog
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Emmanuel Lund.
Excellent way to quickly start your apps, put it into dock and don't worry about finding apps any more.
Been looking for an application just like this! I dig it.