If you have many applications and want a way to access them quickly, you can use iGest, an app in which you create shortcuts to access programs through gestures and actions in the gadget.
This launcher allows you to save multiple shortcuts in a list, each of which can be accessed by a gesture. A floating button opens the window that detects the drawings.
For example, if you want a quick way to open an application, click “Add”, draw with your finger (you must repeat five times) and then click “Save” to choose what it will open. Search using simple gestures, you can remember later, but that are unique and not intermingle with each other.
After registered the design — that can be used to open apps, call volume, open a page on the web, and more — you can access it using a floating button that stays on the screen and can be moved from place. Click on this shortcut and the drawing window appears immediately.
The gestures are directed, so pay close attention to this. For example, you made a diagonal line starting at the bottom until the other side, at the top. When you play this drawing, you need to redo it exactly like that.