Chris Lacy is definitely one of our favorite Android developers in the Google Play Store. You may remember his work from the phenomenal job he did on Link Bubble, an app that flexes Android’s multitasking muscle by pulling up a floating web browser on top of the app you’re currently in. Today, he’s introducing TapPath, his latest app to his Google Play.
Priced at $1, TapPath allows users to customize the way links inside of apps behave according to the amount of times you tap on them. For instance, when tapping on a link inside of Twitter, you can set it so the Link Bubble will open with 1 tap, Chrome will open with 2 taps, or the standard Android share menu with 3 taps. It’s simple and potentially useful enough that we’ve already given it a download. If you think your life could greatly benefit from TapPath, you can find the download link down below.
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