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BBSmart Shortcuts – Awesome Launcher Application

BBSmart released a slick new shortcuts application that is awesome. The best part is that it is only $5. If you pick it up today from you get BBSmart Alarms free.


From the product description:

BBSmart Shortcuts is a fantastically simple but powerful productivity application for the BlackBerry that puts a whole suite of shortcuts at your fingertips.

Using BBSmart Shortcuts you can create shortcuts to native applications, third-party applications, websites, and common tasks like emailing, calling, and SMS’ing contacts. When set to run from a convenience key press on your BlackBerry, BBSmart Shortcuts will open the door to a whole new way of using your BlackBerry – one that is quicker, more convenient, and more productive.

Go ahead and try it out. We guarantee you’ll love it.


  • Simple, easy to use software
  • Launch both native and third-party applications
  • Beautiful, clean, unique, and highly functional user interface
  • Create custom email, SMS, phone, and website shortcuts
  • Automatic contact lookup and integration with native address book



5 total comments on this postSubmit your comment!
  1. No trail version?

  2. Yes, there is a trial version at the BerryReview store link.
    Thumbs up! This launcher is a lot more useful and hype-worthy than that VLingo thing.

  3. BBSmart Shortcuts is nice but I find LaunchPads a better shortcuts app. The configuration is quite a bit easier for BBSmart Shortcuts but LaunchPads is a simpler interface plus it has some very useful keyboard shortcuts– from creating a calendar entry to quickly going to your bluetooth settings, etc… The big difference is that Shortcuts allows you to create tons of email/messaging/speeddial shortcuts while LaunchPads only gives you 10 buttons to customize. Why, oh why, is there never an application that falls right in between? =)

  4. You want your cake and… :)

  5. Heh heh. Yes, I am… I am a cake-eater. For 5 bucks, it definitely doesn’t taste too bad. Now where’s that app that’ll let me configure single- and double-taps of the convenience button so I can launch Shortcuts or LaunchPads? Just kidding, to your point, Ronen. =)

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