Brainy WLAN Clip/Keyboard

Brainy WLAN Clip/Keyboard


Uses a Web Server on your Android device, which you can connect to with your PC (WLAN! Only). Then you simply use your browser to send/receive text directly to the Android clipboard.

For example if you wish to write a long SMS, or Chinese words & simply want to paste it, without replacing the keyboard

The server will close after a certain amount of time (10 Minutes or whatever you have in the settings), so you may need to restart it again (for your security)
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4.5
User ratings
22
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
0
File size
163 kb
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About Brainy WLAN Clip/Keyboard
Uses a Web Server on your Android device, which you can connect to with your PC (WLAN! Only). Then you simply use your browser to send/receive text directly to the Android clipboard.

For example if you wish to write a long SMS, or Chinese words & simply want to paste it, without replacing the keyboard

The server will close after a certain amount of time (10 Minutes or whatever you have in the settings), so you may need to restart it again (for your security)

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User reviews of Brainy WLAN Clip/Keyboard
Interesting way of using a remote keyboard, simply give your text in the browser app, then paste anywhere in android apps (SMS for example) It also allows to select text in android and its then available in the browser. Fully supports unicode (all languages)
Jul 23, 2010
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jan 10, 2011
I like this application. However, I dislike ads more. Therefore, I can't update this application. I'll keep the previous version.
A Google User
Jan 10, 2011
I like this application. However, I dislike ads more. Therefore, I can't update this application. I'll keep the previous version.
Brooklynite
Jan 10, 2011
I like this application. However, I dislike ads more. Therefore, I can't update this application. I'll keep the previous version.
A Google User
Dec 29, 2010
Geeky but works well in both directions. Minor glitch: Recent Apps can resume to its help menu, then back button doesn't return to its main screen.
skierpage
Dec 29, 2010
Geeky but works well in both directions. Minor glitch: Recent Apps can resume to its help menu, then back button doesn't return to its main screen.