Developer who made it easy to open the links with Link Bubble and made home screens more productive with Action Launcher, Chris Lacy has just unleashed his new app TapPath, which provides more flexibility to open the links on Android Smartphone. TapPath seeks to refine the mobile browsing experience even further by assigning the different tasks depending on how may times you tap on the link every time.
With TapPath you can choose for which apps you want to route the links for one, two and three taps. For example, one tap on the link could pull the link in Chrome browser, two taps will load in the Link Bubble and three tap will open the link in the “complete action with” menu. To set this, all you need to do is set TapPath as your default web link handler and then choose which apps you want to route the links for one, two and three taps.
This process of handing off to the selected app is rather seamless as well and they redirected apps don’t even have to be browsers, it could send the links directly to the Pushbullet, Pocket or some other app which is completely different.
TapPath works well most of the time, but it may have some issues with the web views and anything which allows the double tap to zoom may be in Gmail and Chrome. So you need to be very precise to hit the link with the double or triple tap to avoid the zooming accidentally. It takes little time to get used to, you need to adjust the tap delay in the settings, but TapPath quickly emerges as the fastest and easy way to share the link just about anywhere.
TapPath is not available for free, you need to pay $0.99 and click on the below link to get it.