At least for me on Android 4.4 Text expander works in Chrome on android, but NOT in gmail?? Other than that, I love this app. My workaround for text expander not working is to use pull down menu in Android, select Everclip then touch the phrase I want and it will copy to clipboard..back to gmail and paste from clipboard. It is still less keystrokes than retyping long phrases, but the true functionality would be a real plus. UPDATE. Now on Nexus 6p, Android 7.1.2 and STILL the snippet/text expander does not work in gmail. GRRR.
Test Drive Demo video in Google Play app store plays too fast to get a grasp of any steps shown (played it 3 times). In app, Help Tips disappear too fast to read (I'm a fast reader). Multi-note select only appears to be for deleting notes; will pay when it allows merging notes (like EasyClip FREE app does). Your app is more than I like to pay for an app. Paid version's required to direct the save to a specific Evernote notebook; dang ... and I understand Evernote Stacks aren't shown when selecting where to save clip.
Very handy This ups the functionality of any phone! It's super handy to have a keyboard history tied to all the sharing options. I also love the text expander. There were a couple minor conflicts with other apps that use the clipboard. Everclip is easily paused however via the notification drawer.
Video is a disaster! Can't tell what the heck he's doing. How about slowing it down to one quarter speed, and actually giving some instruction? When I have to watch a video 5 times, and still can't make our what you're doing on that microscopic phone, well, you're wasting our time!
This looks great from the video. I thought Evernote has these features. Duh. Is there a better tutorial out there? Everclip's moves at the speed of light and I'm totally confused. Their website sucks; no help at all. I'd like to try this out but don't know jack about the dam thing!
Excellent and much better clipping options than "Share to Evernote" This app allows me to clip important info/text from web pages & then save to Evernote excluding the junk advertisements when using Chrome's "Share to" option . This is better even than sharing directly to Evernote which tends to save the unimportant stuff too.
***Note: A bug in Android 4.3 causes a crash when trying to copy text to clipboard. Turn off Clipboard monitor (Settings->Clipboard monitor).
* New: Excluding apps for clipboard monitor (only on Android 4.x)
* New: Request desktop site for web clipping
* Fixed: “Save to Evernote” issue
* New: German language
* Fixed: Occasional crashes
* Fixed: Small bug fixes
* Fixed: Hot word "OK, Google" issue
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