Auto Shortcut – Generate Shortcuts With Custom Icons
If you’re the type of person who likes to chop and change your shortcut icons, you might want to check out Auto Shortcut.
Auto Shortcut is an Android app written by XDA forum member jasonpeinko, borne out of frustration in having to change shortcut icons by hand every time he wanted to try something new.
The app works by browsing a folder of icons saved on your SD card and matches them to installed applications by name. Additionally, the app lets you rename the title of each app.
The forum member states that the app is more of a test version and is looking for people to find bugs and try on other devices.
For more information and to download the app, check out the application thread.
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