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I’ve had Launch Center Pro since it originally became available, and have always marveled at the features and options that it provided. When they announced V3.0, and everything that they were adding, I jumped at the opportunity, and purchased the full upgrade option to enable all of the features, and to support a great, long time developer. I had an issue though, after purchasing the upgrade, nothing unlocked... I went back to the App page on the App Store, and submitted a support request. I received a quick response from David apologizing for the problem, and that they had already submitted an update to Apple, and that they were pushing it through as quick as possible. I just installed the 3.0.1 update, and all is well - everything became available. Now I look forward to trying out some of these great features. Thanks so much for a great app, and even more for the wonderful customer support - it is greatly appreciated!
I looked at a bunch of the negative reviews and you know what I see? A bunch of whiny children that aren't smart enough to learn how to use this app. Launch Center is a must have for power users. This app gets a special place on my home screen alongside Workflow and Copied. If an app doesn't support URL schemes, that's not THIS developers fault. But rest assured, if an app does use URL schemes, you can use this to drastically speed up your workflow and get back to what really matters (hint: it's not staring at your phone). My only recommendation to the dev is to add more glyphs. That's literally it. Everything else is perfect.
I'll start this by prefacing that I do fully understand that developers need to make a living. I would love to find ways to justify helping that. But I can't in this case. I got LCP months ago after reading and hearing way too many good words about it, but if I'm being honest, I don't think I have ever actually used it once. I just don't see anything it can do that Shortcuts/Workflow cannot. Maybe the actions are easy to setup, I'm honestly not sure. However, this is the kind of app that just doesn't justify a subscription. Custom icons? A theme? Siri integration? NFC? Come on now. The new version mentions future features that might incur extra costs as one reason for this. Sorry, but I'm not the type who pre-orders things. I understand how these particular devs are not the ones who screwed over lots of people in the past years worth of this pre-orders nonsense, but nonetheless the very concept is flawed and wrong. I'll check again once these new features are released, but until I see real, good reasons for this app to have a subscription attached to it, I will treat it like all others that have attached a subscription for things that do not justify one, and will rate it as low as possible because this behavior needs to stop.
Update: THEY FIXED THE LOCATION BUG! This thing is *perfect*! Combined with IFTTT and Workflow, you basically have to sit back and chill while your device does everything you’d otherwise have to waste about ten differently-placed taps on. Launch Center Pro is the app Apple should’ve made and built into every device they’ve made so far. It’s the power-users answer to all their prayers — and then some! The one AND ONLY problem is the location bug which got introduced in the last update. Location-tracking will automatically turn itself off, for some reason. Again, it’s the ONLY flaw in this otherwise piece of ART! Ignoring that, it’s a STEAL at the price the developers are selling this at. It could be on for $15 or more, and still be underpriced. Thank God (and the devs) for Launch Center Pro!
I use this for a handful of bookmarks on my iPhone, mainly for specific transit stops and lines, making these available through the app’s quick actions widget. On the iPad, on the other hand, especially the 12.9” version, the app is less useful to me. The icons and buttons in the main app interface are uncomfortably large. (Only the widget icon size can be adjusted in the app’s settings.) The only way to call the app’s actions seems to be via its buttons, not other apps, although I might be mistaken. If I depended on this more, the annual subscription fee would be a bargain, especially with the previous customer discount.
Developed by Contrast.
Launch Center Pro - Icon Maker is ranking in Productivity & Utilities
Last update was at Oct 25, 2021and the current version is 3.2.7.
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Launch Center Pro - Icon Maker have a 1 910a user reviews.