Inserty (free)

Inserty (free)


Insert or copy-paste your current location, city, country, clipboard contents, or any custom text template, to Email (signatures!), SMS, twitter,...

- Send GPS coordinates or a link to your position on Google Maps.

- Start Inserty from within any app by selecting InputMethod->Inserty

Recent changes:
- fixed SenseUI bug
- Froyo
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4.4
User ratings
508
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
1
File size
87 kb
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About Inserty (free)
Insert or copy-paste your current location, city, country, clipboard contents, or any custom text template, to Email (signatures!), SMS, twitter,...

- Send GPS coordinates or a link to your position on Google Maps.

- Start Inserty from within any app by selecting InputMethod->Inserty

Recent changes:
- fixed SenseUI bug
- Froyo

User reviews of Inserty (free)
Good for putting your current location (via GPS) into an email message.
Sep 14, 2011
07/17/2011 3:09 PM
Jul 17, 2011
This is worth installing, just so you never need to type in your darned email address again!
May 6, 2011
I wish that this app was more like AutoHotKey or Shortkeys or other desktop apps which provide keyboard-macro functionality, but it's probably as good as it's gonna get for now. A little clunky to set up, very clunky to organize, and medium clunky to use, but decent features and until something better comes along, I'll have to make do. UPDATE: I had to factory reset my EVO and lost all of my Inserty entries. A backup-to-SD feature (or integrating with MyBackup Pro) would have been nice. Trying a competing app now.
Dec 22, 2010
I mainly use it as a persistent clipboard for oft-typed strings such as my email address, etc.
Oct 27, 2010
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jun 21, 2014
Nice app
A Google User
Mar 26, 2014
Very good Keep developing.
A Google User
Feb 9, 2014
Wasted an hour Wasted an hour trying to make this work on galaxy s3.. made all the settings changes... but never would work when I long pressed in text fields.
A Google User
Jan 11, 2014
poor for me it crashes. i cant add anything from another app. i cant inset anything cut and paste is just a pain in android
A Google User
Oct 10, 2013
Had it since G1 Though it's not first on my list of installs, I found I really missed it on my new Note. Really, it's fast, private, simple, doesn't run unless you call it. And yes, if you want a backup, you need a different app for that. There are lots of them.