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PreCentral: Add "To Computer" neato! launcher icon

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#1 NewsDummy


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Posted May 02, 2012 - 06:08 PM

neato! preferencesneato!, by Geoff Gauchet (or Zhephree, as he is known around these parts) is an amazing app that brings the ability to send any text or URLs between your webOS device and your computer (or another webOS device) with almost no effort at all. While you only need to have neato! active in the dashboard to receive any message, you need to actually open up the app and tap the "Send to" button to bring up a screen where you can send off a message. However, Geoff has made this process a little easier by giving you the ability to add a neato! "To Computer" icon to your launcher that you can quickly access to save you a step in the process. 

To add the icon to a launcher page:

  1. Open up neato! (if the dashboard is active, you can press the open neato! from dashboard icon to launcher the app
  2. Scroll down and select the "Prefernces" button
  3. On the Preferences screen, just tap the "Add Launcher Icon" and a "To Computer" icon will appear on the bottom of your first launcher page

Whenever you need to send off a neato! message, just tap that icon or use Just Type to find it. Now, if only Geoff can add in a Just Type Quick Action to send to computer, we could remove yet another step in the process!

neato! is available in the webOS App Catalog for $1.43 and is compatible with all webOS devices running webOS 1.4.5 or higher

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