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.