Android conveniently allows you to share files between apps. But when open a given file, it displays all associated apps, only a few of them are necessary in most cases. I HUB lets you freely customize the list of those associated apps.
To use I HUB, you need to open the Share menu first. Activate the browser, and press Menu> More> Share page.
A pop-up menu may open like in the picture above, or "Share via" window will appear. In either case, please select "000(*I*)HUB", and I HUB's own menu will open.
Drag unnecessary apps to the trash can. You can recover what you deleted by opening I HUB from the drawer if necessary.
Now, it displays only what you need.
If you want to change the appearance of the menu, push the menu button. Then tap "Setting" and choose "View Mode".
In this option, you can select how to display the app icons. Choose "GridView".
In this mode, it sorts the icons as in the picture above.
You can customize it more.
In the English version of the app, each of the options in the picture above are translated as;
- "In the Share menu, view in full screen"
- "In the Share menu, hide the title bar"
- "In the Share menu, hide the buttons"
- "Set the background image"
- "In the Share menu, do animation"
- "Application name displayed in one line"
- "Do not display the application name"
So, it is even possible to change the appearance of the Share menu like above.
App Usage: About 1 hour
Device used: htc Desire HD (001HT)
Last Updated: 1/28/2012
Compatibility: Android 2.2 or higher
Translated by Ryota Kasai