Best daily deals

Links on Android Authority may earn us a commission. Learn more.

StuffMerge Clipboard Composer - Indie app of the day

Today's indie app of the day is StuffMerge Clipboard Composer. With this you can interact with the stuff you copy and paste. It's great if you do that a lot.
October 20, 2014

What is StuffMerge Clipboard Composer?

StuffMerge Clipboard Composer is an application that gives you a more rich copy and paste experience. It’s true that such a task is generally mundane but if you copy and paste a lot of things then this could be very useful. It’s free to use in the Google Play Store with a pro version available for $1.17US.

Here’s how the app works. You open StuffMerge Clipboard Composer and a white tab will appear on the left side of the screen. You then go forth and copy many things. Everything you copy will be automatically pasted into the app which you can then bring up by tapping on the white tab. You can do with this list of copied things as you wish such as exporting to Evernote, emailing to a friend, or sharing on social media.

You can also do a host of things inside of the app. You can create groups if you need to copy and paste from multiple sources and it can even handle things like copying an image. The video shows a great example of this with the eBay app. You can copy the link and then you can also copy the thumbnail image so you can have both. There is even an experimental OCR feature that will attempt to copy text and images even on sites and from apps that don’t let you select text to copy.

StuffMerge Clipboard Composer review
Overall, the use case for an app like this is admittedly slim. It’s great for things like online Christmas shopping and being able to export to anywhere is quite handy. The free version gives you all of the core features with the paid version expanding on those features including the ability to store the data after the app has been closed. If this sounds like your cup of tea, click the button below!