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ShortcutBerry v2 Released: Adds Custom Shortcut Capabilities

shortcutberry1 A bit back we told you about the slick ShortcutBerry application that lets you customize shortcuts like hitting the convenience key three times to open a different application. The first version had a bunch of innovative features but did not allow for much customization of your own shortcuts. Version 2 fixes that problem by allowing you to create your own 3rd party app shortcuts and even lets you set shortcuts to launch media files. The new version enables in-depth customization of shortcuts, multiple-ENTER click shortcuts, and many more new features. The nice part is that the application is relatively cheap at $4.99 compared to other BlackBerry apps and has a full featured 30-day trial for you to give it a spin.

The change log consists of:

  • Fully customizable shortcuts including the pre-programmed ones.
  • Add your own 3-rd party application to the list of shortcuts.
  • Remove the unwanted shortcuts to shorten the ShortcutBerry list as you wish.
  • Assign single-letter shortcuts to your favorite tasks/applications.
  • Enjoy quickly launching 3 applications by multiple clicking of the ENTER key.
  • Create shortcuts to launch Media files
  • Create shortcuts for New Task and Memo
  • Create shortcuts to turn Radio and Wi-Fi off/on
  • Launching-vibration customizable. Turn it off or alter the duration.
  • Configurable font size used in configuration pages.
  • Support for QWERTY, QWERTZ and AZERTY keypads
  • Allow to Copy, Paste, Select, and Multi-Tap in the configuration pages’ menus. (e.g. Copy a phone number from your Address Book and paste it in SB to create a Call shortcut)

If you are interested you can pick up a copy or the trial at this link.

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  1. for simple clicks to use and open an app, its not worth $4.99. In that case Quick Launch is better…Make ur left convenience key to Open Quick Launch, scroll to ur desired app and there you go!

    Atleast Shortcutberry has 30 day trial which is good. But I wouldn’t go for it.

    Thanks though for the info…

  2. Does it run in the background? That seems to be everyone’s biggest gripe and mine too.

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