|Developer: Theredsunrise||Download: Android|
|Genre: Tools||Price: Free / $0.99|
If you often send messages that contain data copied and pasted around different Android apps, you are probably at least mildly annoyed with how this works. There's an app out there that can give you a better time at it. It's called StuffMerge, and it works as a clipboard wizard and messenger. Basically, it remembers all the data you copy and lays it out in the form of colored rectangles arranged in groups. They remain listed as you compose a message, thus inserting the exact hyperlink or other content you need is a matter of finding it by its color tag, and tapping to insert it.
Additionally, there is a built-in optical character recognition algorithm that pulls content from text-containing images. As some pages don't let you easily copy text, you can take a screenshot, share it to StuffMerge from within the gallery, and get the app to recognize at least some of the text. The algorithm works for texts written in English, Spanish, Italian, French, German, and others.
StuffMerge Clipboard Composer has free and Pro versions. The first lets you add three items from two groups inside the message, while the Pro allows for unlimited items and 6 groups plus storing of your data after the app was closed. In addition, there's undo / redo functionality and sharing data between apps for both versions.