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Android Apps by Developer "Chris Lacy"

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Action Launcher Action Launcher
Chris Lacy
2.1.2 free 76 ×
0 Ratings
10,734 Ratings
★★★ Featured by Engadget, Google Play, Lifehacker, MKBHD and Leo Laporte on TWiT ★★★ ★★★ "Action Launcher is something special." - Android Police ★★★ ★★★ "Action (...)
Action Launcher Pro Action Launcher Pro
Chris Lacy
2.0.0 USD 3.99
70 ×
0 Ratings
9,787 Ratings
★★★ Featured by Engadget, Google Play, Lifehacker, MKBHD and Leo Laporte on TWiT ★★★ ★★★ "Action Launcher is something special." - Android Police ★★★ ★★★ "Action (...)
Tweet Lanes - Twitter/App.net Tweet Lanes - Twitter/App.net
Chris Lacy
1.4.0 free 3 ×
0 Ratings
3,224 Ratings
Are you on the lookout for not just a good, but a great Android Twitter client? If so, prepare yourself for a gorging of Twitter fuelled, Ice Cream Sandwich inspired goodness! Some (...)
Link Bubble Link Bubble
Chris Lacy
1.4.2 free 78 ×
0 Ratings
17,102 Ratings
★★★ "I’m tempted to call this something of a revelation." - The Next Web ★★★ ★★★ "This app may very well change the way I browse the web on Android, and you should definitely (...)
Link Bubble Pro Link Bubble Pro
Chris Lacy
1.1.0 USD 2.69
38 ×
0 Ratings
5,960 Ratings
Link Bubble Pro unlocks the full feature set of Link Bubble. Upgrades include: • Infinite number of tabs (free version is limited to just one tab). • Theme selection. • "OK, Google" voice (...)
Unread Count Unread Count
Chris Lacy
1.0.3 free 0 ×
0 Ratings
466 Ratings
Unread Count enables Action Launcher Pro users to display unread badges for certain apps like Gmail, SMS, Phone and Calendar. Please be aware this feature is currently in beta. (...)
TapPath TapPath
Chris Lacy
1.0.1 USD 0.93
8 ×
0 Ratings
0 Ratings
TapPath allows you to customize how clicking a web link in a 3rd party app behaves. A single click will load your default browser as you're used to, but a double click might load Pocket (...)