Here Is How to Customize the Android Share Menu

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  • 28 Jan 2013
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  • The Android share menu is one of the most highly rated features of the OS, missing from so many other mobile systems. The feature lets you share just about anything through the touch of a button. Supposing Facebook is installed on your system, you can share images. Save articles in Pocket and so on. But what if there are many apps of the same kind installed.


    AppChooser by developer noxi will let you use it to edit the share menu on your Android device and make it more convenient to use. The app does not replace the default list of apps that appears each time you press the share button. It simply places itself in the list so you can use it. On Android 4.0+ it’s even more convenient to select it. Just press it once and it will stay there until you decide to use another app for your sharing needs.

    Once you started using the app you can customize the share menu to your liking. Long pressing an app will hide it from the list. There are also sorting options A-Z/ Z-A. One highly useful feature is that you can select multiple apps for sharing, something the default menu lacks. There is also a Restore button available through which you can un-hide the apps you chose to remove. The trial version of AppChooser  only offers  sharing, sending, and file selecting actions.

    AppChooser is available for free as a trial version. You can purchase the Pro version for a very good price.



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