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MyOwnHotKeys Lets You Create Your Own Keyboard Shortcuts

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Over the years there have been quite a few apps that let you create your own shortcuts but now we have a gamechanger. The latest comes from Foneware which is also the developer of the popular ShortcutMe app. Their new MyOwnHotKeys app lets you also change the default hotkeys on your BlackBerry to whatever you want and also set shortcuts for multiple presses. That means you can override the default keyboard shortcuts set on your BlackBerry and also setup multiple keypress actions. For example, you can set one click on the M key to open up messages, double click to open Memopad, and triple click to open Maps, and even quadruple click to open up Google Maps. Get the picture? If I am not mistaken this is a first for any BlackBerry hotkey app.

You can find MyOwnHotKeys in App World for $2.99

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  1. This is a very cool app.
    1. how do I hid the letters from my home screen?
    2. how do I assign a letter specifically to the music player? I don’t see Music in the drop down list.

  2. ShortCutMe is an excellent application and Vijik, the developer, offers excellent support. I’m sure this one is excellent also.

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