Do you find making calls too cumbersome? Wish the wave
launcher had space for a few more apps? Are your favorite
songs or documents too many taps away?
Coming to the rescue, TealSpeed is a multipurpose speed
dialer and secondary launcher screen for webOS. Use
TealSpeed to quickly access your commonly used phone
numbers, songs, web sites, and most applications*.
TealSpeed supports extensive customization
options, and even supports optionally adding icons to the system
dashboard. Like icons in the wave launcher, they can then be popped up almost
anywhere, giving you instant access to apps, songs, and contacts. (* Third party applications
require entering in an application's ID code from an app's developer.
TealSpeed has a built-in access to an extensive online database for most known codes)
$4.99 Program Version
1.2.8 Release Date
July 17, 2010
Full Applications Codes List
Now that the App Catalog has been opened up by Palm, you can get a full list of apps and their IDs at
TealAppScan is a homebrew utility which helps you launch third party applications from within TealSpeed.
It is a separate application because it uses special Palm-only webOS functions to see all the apps on your device.
Note that this app is an unofficial homebrew application, and you will need the Palm webOS SDK or
webOS Quick Install to install it onto a handheld in developer mode.
Once done, you can run it to see all your installed apps and their Application ID codes.
Enhanced with special support for:
Palm Full screen
Sony Full screen
HandEra Full screen
Dana Wide screen
Samsung Full screen
Version 1.2.8 - July 17, 2010
Updated app code for media player
Fixed home screen buttons to appear on top
Version 1.2.7 - July 2, 2010
Fixed third party application list to scroll past 100th entry in database
Improved tapability of icons in dashboard panel
Version 1.2.0 - February 3, 2010
Added ability to SMS contact
Added ability to Email contact
Added support for new full online database of codes from App Catalog
Version 1.1.0 - January 22, 2010
Added 15-minute watchdog timer to relaunch dashboards after device reset