Inputting+ app brings keyboard shortcuts to your touchscreen

Inputting+ app brings keyboard shortcuts to your touchscreen
Have you ever longed to use undo (ctrl+z), find & replace(ctrl+f), or any other useful shortcut on your touchscreen phone. After all, we are accustomed to these time-savers on our computers, and why should we give them up after we go mobile, right?

That's exactly what the developers of Inputting+ have thought when they were coming up with their useful bubble that appears while typing in any app, and gives you access to such popular keyboard shortcuts on your touchscreen. This floating circle will let you undo, redo, find & replace text, or insert clipboard history, if you have one to choose from. Due to Android restrictions, inputting texts in WebView, like Google Chrome, is not possible yet, though.

The developers of Inputting+ have made a Pro version, too, which costs $0.99 as of this moment, and lets you keep a chronological list of all the text you entered in the so-called Inputting Timeline. This way, if something crashes, and you get kicked out of the app you were currently typing in, or some other disaster strikes, you will be able to recreate the text from the Timeline, by reviewing and copying it in chronological order. Check it out from the source link below, if keyboard shortcuts on a touchscreen sound like an interesting idea to try out. It's still in beta, so be patient about any eventual bugs you find.

Developer: Catching Now Dev TeamDownload: Android
Category: ProductivityPrice: Free, with $0.99 Pro version

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