Aug 13 AT 11:46 AM Dima Aryeh 2 Comments

TapPath opens links in different app depending on how many times you tap


Many of us around here love the work of Chris Lacy. He brought us Action Launcher, a very useful and surprisingly innovative app. Our own Brooks Barnard swears by it. His next app, Link Bubble, is also awesome, but I’ve found it to be less useful by being overly restrictive.

Funny enough, Lacy has fixed my issue with Link Bubble by releasing yet another app called TapPath. This app allows you to select the app you want to open a link in by tapping it a certain number of times. For example, a single tap, double tap and triple tap can all open a link in different apps.

TapPath is also customizable, so you can choose which apps you’d like to use. This would be very useful paired with Link Bubble so that can use it only on some links (as it’s not always needed). However, charging a dollar for such a simple app without offering a free version is a bit of a stretch in my opinion. What do you think of it? Leave a comment!


Source: +Chris Lacy

Dima Aryeh is obsessed with all things car and tech. His time is split between gaming and fixing his racecar. He also does photography in his spare time.

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  • Carlos

    Wow, a whole dollar. Seriously? You guys should be supporting the devs which support the platform that make this site possible. There are enough people out there ready to cry about spending a buck without the press getting in on the action and devaluing developer’s work.

  • crnkoj

    might as well implement this functionality into the linkbubble paid app, though 1$ or 0.69Euro cent is not much… still seems kind of a relatively 1 function app