Indotechboy — For a netizen or person who spend much of his time on internet like me, clipboard is such a very important tool on my device. With clipboard existence on my device, I can speed up my writing job I often do on internet.
If I change my ROM, the Samsung keyboard will gone along with the clipboard feature. And that’s when I was get harder when do my typing jobs on my Android phone. But, it was before until I found a great Xposed module called Native Clipboard Manager APK.
Native Clipboard Manager Android app is created by DHM47@XDA. It is one of Xposed module that allowing us to add a nice clipboard feature when we typing on our Android device. We even can customize the appearance such as the sizes, font size, themes / colors, and clipboard sizes. It is supported all android version from Kitkat to Marshmallow.
Not only work with Xposed, but Native Clipboard Manager Android app is also can be used without Xposed by using Accessibility setting.
A brief of some cool features on Native Clipboard Manager Android app:
- Some gesture option to call the clipboard.
- Tweak the theme / colors.
- Blacklisting words.
- We can edit the copied text.
- Lock important text for you so it will keep saved when you need it again.
- And more …
Native Clipboard Manager Android application info
|app title||Native Clipboard Manager|
|system requirements||Android 4.0.3 and higher|
|tested on||Android phone: Samsung Galaxy V SM-G313HZ|
How to use Native Clipboard Manager Android app
Well, anybody can use Native Clipboard Manager so easily because the Native Clipboard Manager User Interface is very user-friendly. Just install Native Clipboard Manager.apk like any other normal Android app.
Like I said earlier, there are 2 methods to use Native Clipboard Manager, it is with Xposed or with Accessibility service:
A. Native Clipboard Manager using Xposed mode
Make sure you have Xposed Framework active on your Android device. Install Native Clipboard Manager Android app and don’t forget to activate it on Xposed module setting.
On Android Marshmallow below, if we use Native Clipboard Manager with Xposed mode, it will bring more gesture customization and advanced options to call the clipboard.
B. Native Clipboard Manager using accessibility service mode
Install Native Clipboard Manager Android app, then go to your “Settings” -> “Accessibility”, scroll down and you will find Native Clipboard Manager on the “Services” section, activate it. Accessibility service setting mode take more less RAM and doesn’t need background service (faster).
Only on Android Marshmallow and up, the clipboard can be summoned using a dedicated clipboard button which appear beside the “PASTE” button or by clicking the three dots icon that appear when you are blocking some characters when you are typing.
Native Clipboard Manager Android application update changelog
- Added Keyboard for use in Chrome and other incompatible apps (+ basic settings).
- Clips with titles will now show both title(in Bold) and text on the main screen.
- Backup location folder chooser can now create new folders.
- Night mode switch option in overflow (three dot) menu.
- Added “Auto Detect Keyboard” button in clipboard size (height) setting.
- Bug fixes
- Updated Indonesian, Brazilian, and Turkish translations
Native Clipboard Manager APK Android app download link
Native Clipboard Manager APK Android application is available for free on Play Store. Rate it and leave a nice review if you think the app is useful.