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Old December 7th, 2012, 04:16 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Keyboard shortcut that stores my email address?

Does Android have a keyboard shortcut like iOS does that allows me to store my email address so I don't have to keep tapping it out over and over again?

ex: I type the first 2 letters of my email address on my iPhone and it auto-completes the rest.

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I haven't heard of any keyboards that do that, but there are some really good copy-and-paste apps that will store whatever you cut/copy into the clipboard, and allow you to scroll through and paste from it. I doubt it's what you want, but it might be a good bridge until you find something better.
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there are some really good copy-and-paste apps that will store whatever you cut/copy into the clipboard, and allow you to scroll through and paste from it.
Like Clipper Plus, from which I use their ‘Snippets’ to provide emails, logins, account numbers, you name it. It was one of the first apps I bought and can’t imagine droiding without it.
Store repetitive pieces of text in Clipper as clippings and copy them whenever you need to.
Before you plunk down, try the free Clipper - Clipboard Manager.
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Any new apps that do this since I first asked the question?

If not I"ll install Clipper Plus...
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