If you’re checking out this site, chances are you have an Android device (or you’re an iPhone fan-boy scoping out the competition). And if you have an Android enabled device, you most likely utilize quite a number of Google services. That’s the case in my situation. I use so many Google products that it only makes sense for me to use an Android device where I can seamlessly sign into my phone and bam, all of my services are accessible from my mobile device while on the go. On any given day I can be found using services like Google Search, Gmail, Currents, Music, Images, Goggles, Maps, Reader, News and Docs. Nothing is more convenient that to be able to access these features on a daily basis without being confined to an office or PC. So, this is why Im taking the time to tout the application Google Shortcuts, by dev Pauland, an application that allows you to access any of the 45 different offerings from Google in one simple, intuitive interface while on the fly. You can modify the shortcuts as you see fit as well as sort, display and even hide them.
G. Plus, Gmail, Android Market, Android Market Console (for developers), Google Music, Picasa, Maps, Youtube, Earth, Books, Docs, Reader, Translate, Blogger, Analytics, Admob, Contacts, Cloud Print, Checkout / Wallet, Calendar, Adsense, Adwords, AppEngine, Google Apps, Goo.gl, Finance, Orkut, Shopper, Talk, Remote TV, Offers, Catalogs, News, Currents, Goggles, etc …
If you’re a Google freak such as myself, you’ll definitely want to give this app a try. It could wind up saving you invaluable amounts of time over its day to day use. If you’re ready for the download you can head on over to our popular apps database where you’ll also find a QR code for convenience or you can simply point to the Android Market for the download as well. Either way, let us know what you think of it in the comments below.