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The Launcher is a great little application that has a purpose: to allow you to start an application or (even better) perform a certain operation within an application from the Today View of Notification Center. The launcher uses so-called web address schemas, which allow you to quickly start and stop sending an e-mail or iMessage, or link to a website that you often go to.
And you can start many different applications on your machine with a single touch. The Launcher also has a dedicated launcher operation that allows you to gain free space on your device's memories, available space, make a count down, verify the rechargeable batteries, verify the WLAN, and many more. Probably the most useful feature of Launcher for me is the possibility to start a certain operation within an application.
I' m using this to start certain Google Sheets and Google Docs with a single click. Every sheet or document has its own launcher buttons, so I can quickly retrieve the information in these documents and spread sheets, retrieve the information I need, and proceed with my next work.
Most of the information and information we use as a Rotary club is stored and shared using Google Docs in my Rotary districts, and these Starter Keys allow me to get that information so quickly that I feel like a magician to my peers and our disciples. The Launcher will save me 30 min to an hours every weekend.
Automate your iPad classroom: Brian Foutty's launcher on Vimeo.
Using Widget on iPhone and iPad
Using a widget, you can take a peek at information and even do small things without opening an application. From the Lock screens, the Home screens, or the Notification Center, you can view a widget. Whether you want to take a peek at the sky or turn off the light in your home, Widget's are simple and convenient to use.
And if you don't have a setup yet, you'll find the best iPhone and iPad Widget. From three different monitors on your iPhone or iPad, you can access your Widget so it's always within easy range. Your first two monitors are your lock and start monitors. Once you've woken up the iPhone or iPad or unlocked your phone's monitor, just slide right to see your Widget.
And the third monitor is the Notification Center. How to get widget from there. Wipe to the right to gain control of your Widget if you are not already viewing it. Whilst some Widget just provide a fast display of information, others, such as Day One, Workflow and Hue, are more responsive, so you can take action in your app without opening the app itself.
Move the mouse to the right of the home or locking screens, or drag the Notification Center to display your widgets. To find the Widget you want to use, scrolling down will find it. Whilst some Widget will take you to their associated application to resume the operation, many will allow you to stay on the WideScreen.
A lot of widgets provide a few display choices, some of which can be extended to provide a greater number of choices or display more information. Move the mouse to the right of the Home or Locking screens or drag the Notification Center to display your Widgets. Browse to the broadget you want to extend.
Touch Show Less to reset the width of the Widget to its smaller state. On top of Apple's built-in features, you can include third-party widgets. Move the mouse to the right of the Home or Locking screens or drag the Notification Center to display your Widgets. Browse down to the bottom of your Widgetlist.
To find the widget you want to insert, scrolling down will find it. When you have just download an application with a broadget or the broadget feature has just been added, you will often find the app's broadget at the top of the available options window with a cyan dots next to it. Although the above is similar to the broadget add-on of earlier releases of eOS, it does offer a new feature that some programmers have used.
Locate the application whose Widget you want to include on your home page. Touch TapAdd a Widget if a copy of the application's Widget is displayed next to the context menus. As soon as you have added a new Widget to your wish lists, you can place it as you wish. Move your finger to the right of the start or stop screens to display your Widgets.
Browse down to the bottom of your Widgetlist. Type and drag the three rows to the right of the Widget you want to reorder. Dragging the whiteget up or down. Obviously, if a Widget doesn't work or is useless, you can always get it out. Wipe to the right of the Start or Stop screens or drop the Notfiication Center to display your Widgets.
Browse down to the bottom of your Widgetlist. Do you have a question about our widegets? So if you have a question about using Widgets on iPhone and iPad, let me know in the commentary. Updated the section on access to widgets with new screen shots.