Extend Android Clipboard Functionality with ClipStack

Dmitri Popov

Productivity Sauce

Mar 23, 2015 GMT
Dmitri Popov

While Android supports the cut-and-paste functionality, it's seriously limited due to a rather basic clipboard feature. To improve it, install ClipStack. This open source app not only allows you to store an unlimited number of items in the clipboard, it also adds some useful features.

For starters, the app lets you view, edit and manage all clipboard items. You can also perform searches and save clipboard history as a plain text file. The clipboard history can be displayed as a notification, which makes it easier to quickly pick the clip you need and paste it into the current app. ClipStack supports Android's sharing capabilities, so you can share clips via all the supported services. On top of that, the app features material design, so it looks good, too. In short, ClipStack is a genuinely useful little app that extends clipboard functionality, and doesn't cost anything. So what's not to like?

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