The fastest connection between your desktop and social networks, web searches or applications
(PRWEB) July 19, 2011
Words, links and addresses used to have to be typed by hand – fortunately, this has become a thing of the past: without copy and paste, working on the computer would be much more cumbersome. Now, this well-known principle will be given a general overhaul.
The Copy & Paste Revolution
Taking a photo from a camera phone and upload it directly to Facebook - Smartphones are already well known for this function. This is exactly what Axonic now wants to achieve. Click.to creates shortcuts between applications on the desktop, runs programs and Web sites, and helps them to work closer together. As a result, the copy and paste principle is developed one step further: With one click of click.to, users can find a technical article on Wikipedia or a translation from Google Translate; screenshots with click.to are sent quickly by email to colleagues and an address can be found in no time with Google Maps.
Working to increase comfort with the free click.to
No key combination is pressed more often on a daily basis than, "CTRL + C". When click.to is installed on the computer, it appears when CTRL + C is pressed, or right-click copy. Small buttons (called satellites) with speed dial function appear beside the cursor. It is also possible to open a drop-down menu for less frequently used links. If the user wants to upload, for example, five pictures to Flickr, they simply highlight the desired images in Windows Explorer, press CTRL + C, select "Upload to Flickr" from the satellite options and the latest vacation photos will be uploaded automatically and instantly be available to share with friends!
Open structures enable integration of personalized ideas
The implementation of new tools and development is dependent upon the involvement of the community. Two dozen standard features, such as Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, Google and all Microsoft Office applications are integrated directly into click.to. With customizable simple extensions (in particular webpage and program calls) anyone can add a setup wizard independently. For building more complex interfaces, the Developer Community has access to the click.to API. Companies will benefit from this open structure, as interfaces to ERP and CRM database systems are possible. Click.to is free and is available to download.