Android Apps review: dgQuickCut


dgQuickCut Android

If technicians who work on Android all day-recommend it, you know this is a decent app for technical users. It lets you create shortcuts – icons that can launch an app or perform various functions – on the desktop or in the notification tray; the latter are referred to as ‘dropcuts’ because they appear only in the drop-down menu you get when you expand the notification area.

You can generate a dropcut from virtually any action in any app, as well as many more that aren’t easily found within the Android OS. For example, we managed to access the Battery History option only by adding it to our dropcuts. Power users and novices alike will appreciate the ability to add and change shortcuts; we’re always accidentally hitting the default Search combo. The possibilities are as numerous as the apps you use.


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