Write with our phone is an everyday thing. WhatsApp, messages Instagram, e-mail, etc, while the virtual keyboards that we have allows us to write fast, we can go even a little beyond, thanks to external applications.
That the case of Native Clipboard, an application designed for copying text or words that you have previously saved. Is this the end? You don’t have to walk writing again and again these words, expressions or phrases that many say daily, and at the flick of a click the have already written.
Copy and paste, everything is so easy
Applications that do clipboard there are several, but Native windows Clipboard serves a function that we had not seen until now. With this application you can paste in a matter of seconds, all the text entries that we have copied previously. It sounds a little confusing, but you’ll understand in a moment.
In the first place, we are going to download the app-Native Clipboard, and give you the appropriate permissions. Once installed, you will be able to access your record from the clipboard, which is what we need to copy messages.
Now, we have to open an application that can write, that is. We wrote the text and copy it by selecting it and giving it to ‘copy’, it does not have loss. The point here is that notes or words or phrases of your day-to-day. ‘Good morning,’! Hahaha’, ‘Hello, what’, ‘Do something tonight?’ The Spanish language is rich, but day-to-day, we repeat certain patterns. Once we have targeted these words or phrases, we are going to copy them. There is more to do, just copy them.
The third step is the one that will allow us to write pretty fast. is Give it a double tap in the text box of the application in which we are. Now, a box will appear with the texts that we have saved. Our advice is not to have too many, because if you don’t, you’ll end up taking more time in search than in paste. Server has been tested with four texts, and the time that it saves is not little.
The application is completely free, it is not advertising, and it works quite well in our tests. This is a different way (and faster, if you stick well) of writing these recurrent messages that almost everyone we send on a daily basis.
The news How to write faster on Android by saving words and phrases that you use daily was originally published in Xataka Android by Ricardo Aguilar .
January 11, 2020
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