The arrival of iOS 8 opened the door to what users want, to share content (photos, text) between the same applications on their device. Now we find Copyfeed we can copy what we want.
Once we copy a link or a whole piece of text, it is stuck in a kind of agenda that orders it chronologically within your application or in a widget available in the notification center of iOS 8.
With the main function of Copyfeed we can solve the great basic need for a large number of users: copy and paste content. We have it in the same application and in the widget that we have to enable in our notification center, ordered chronologically. With two taps on the text that interests us, it appears copied and ready to be pasted wherever we want.
Copyfeed delivers on what it promises. Ease of use, visible and does not disturb. It also depends on ourselves and we have to be careful about what we copy, since it is visible to anyone who picks up the device.
History of everything you copy and paste in iOS
Having a history of everything you copy and paste is an option that comes in handy to save everything we copied and to be able to access it quickly and easily so that you can share it or know the pending tasks you have.
Besides, it is always in constant improvement. Now you have synchronization with iCloud, so it means that all our devices have the same things copied, it supports both the iPhone and the iPad, it also allows copying images and from the widget in our notification center we can access the last five saved at Copyfeed.
The application is free but it shows ads, although they are not annoying and they allow you to enjoy the application with authentic normality. One more point and one more function for iOS. Now we no longer have to go copying and pasting and moving around all the applications, we copy with ease and paste, playing with the notification window and the truth, it works brilliantly.
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