GestureMatic allows you to access your most frequently-performed tasks by sketching out customised freehand "gestures". For example:
Place GestureMatic in the bottom row of icons on your home screen, so it's always easily accessible.
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Open up GestureMatic and you'll only see one button. Hold it to record a new gesture, or tap it to see the ones you've already recorded. Most of the time you won't even need that button - you'll just sketch out a gesture you'd previously recorded and its assigned action will be performed.
In GestureMatic, gestures are completely freeform. You're not limited to one stroke, or to simple shapes.
First, a technical aside. GestureMatic works because iOS applications can specify their own "URL schemes", which means that other apps (like GestureMatic) can open them directly. Not all apps have such schemes, but most of the built-in ones and many of your favourites do.
In the current (first) release, GestureMatic gestures can:
It's a free download at the App Store. Download now.