HTTP Request Shortcuts

4.7
1.72K reviews
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Place shortcuts (widgets) on your home screen to submit HTTP(S) requests to all your favorite RESTful APIs, webservices and other URL resources. Great for home automation projects!

Build powerful workflows by dynamically injecting values into the request through global variables or by adding JavaScript code snippets to process the HTTP response.

This app is open source, find it on Github: https://github.com/Waboodoo/HTTP-Shortcuts. It's also completely free and contains no ads, because who wants those anyway.
Updated on
May 23, 2024

Data safety

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Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

4.7
1.65K reviews
Stephen Morgan
August 23, 2023
Fantastic App. Does exactly what it promises. Intuitive and well finished. I can hardly believe its free. I am using this with Node Red to provide one touch shortcuts to control appliances straight from my phone screen, without having to launce an app, go to a website etc. Highly recommended. The custom images facility, with an editor is a professional touch that makes the buttons instantly recognisable.
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Janice Pearsall
September 21, 2021
I have always used folders and shortcuts to organize my home screens, for sites that did not have an app, or where I just didn't want the app installed on my phone. I have links to google sheets & docs, frequent websites, medical and financial sites. This year on my new android Motorola edge+, the links I placed on home screen would disappear, just out of the blue. So annoying. I just started using HTTP Request Shortcuts yesterday, and so far it is working great. I don't have to hunt for my links anymore, and I can create categories, to group my shortcuts. It is interesting to see what others are using this app for. I will have to experiment a bit.
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