Quickpick is the fastest launcher you can imagine.
It is a universal binary that opens a whole new world of possibilities for your iOS device (optimized for both iPhone and iPad).
Quickpick is back in the App Store! We had to remove the Notification Center feature though... see our FAQ for more information. And please read our blog post about Quickpick's removal from the App Store if you don't know what the buzz is all about.
Supported actions for your contacts (from addressbook)
- Initiate a phonecall
- Compose a new mail
- Compose a new SMS
- Compose a new MMS
- Full addressbook integration!
- Open any website
- Open any App that supports an URL scheme
- Start the integrated pocket lamp (flashlight)
- Play a song from your media library
Many popular apps supported
- Google Earth
- …and many, many more!
- Import actions directly from our online directory (no typing required)
- Q: Where's the Notification Center stuff?
- A: It's gone. We've tried everything that we could but Apple made us remove that feature.
- Q: Without the Notification Center feature, what's the point of Quickpick?
- A: We are aware that the Notification Center integration was the neatest feature of Qickpick but we still think it's quite useful anyway. It still allows you to launch actions in a convenient way as long as you make sure that the Quickpick icon is placed on your homescreen so that you can quickly access it.
- Q: I've upgraded to iOS 5.1 and now all my prefs: links are not working any more. What's wrong?
- A: Apple has removed the prefs: links in iOS 5.1. Unfortunately there's nothing that we can do about it.
Pending app store review
- New special action: screen brightness
- Retina graphics for iPad
- The Notification Center feature had to be removed (as requested by Apple)
- Redesigned the composer to be much more user friendly
- Pocket lamp (flashlight) added
- Media library integration added
- Import actions directly from our online directory
- Addressbook crash when selecting certain contacts
- Edit button sometimes inactive (only on iPad)
- Due to technical difficulties of iTunes Connect regarding version numbers we had to overleap the rejected version 1.1 and move straight to 1.2
12/15/2011 (removed from the App Store on 12/20/2011)
- Initial release