The sharing menu is an important part of Android that lets you send data between apps. Many of your favorite apps support this feature, including the new Direct Share submenu, which can lead to a messy menu. However, there are a number of tools to clean up this mess, three of which do not need root.
With an organized share menu, you can easily send an image, link, or file from one app to another without spending time browsing through a list. We've organized our tip list based on both the ease of use and the way it changes the "Share" menu, with the simplest method at the top. Try them all out and decide which method best suits your needs.
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Method 1: Putting elements to the top
First introduced In 6.0 Marshmallow, Android now offers the ability to use both the most commonly used elements Pin in your direct-release menu as well as in the normal sharing menu to facilitate localization. To pin an object, long press it in the sharing menu and select the "Pin" option.
Pinned items are listed alphabetically by app name. Although limited in customization options, this solution is the easiest to do and helps to reverse the confusion.
Method 2: Reorganize the Share Menu with AppChooser
Another way to make a more concise share Menu is to replace it with an app called AppChooser. AppChooser changes the appearance of the Android Sharing menu from App Series to a list that you can edit.
When you install AppChooser, there is no option to open the app on the Play Store page. Instead, you must release an item to start it. When you select the share button (or option), a query appears asking if you want to use Android System or AppChooser. Select the latter to open the app.
By default, the app lists all items in the Share menu in alphabetical order. You can change this, however. By selecting the "a> z" button in the lower left corner of the display, you can change the order using the pop-up menu.
The list can only be sorted from A to Z or Z to A. You can change the list to take account of app usage. If you choose Frequency, the list of most used apps will appear at the top of the list. "History" places the last used app at the top of the list. Both options display the remaining portion of this list in the order shown, either A to Z or Z to A.
You can long press an item to hide it from the list. There is a Pro version that increases the number of apps on three lines.
Sorry, support ended In 2012, you will not expect bug fixes or an updated UI (which will run) Design language of Android 2.3 Gingerbread used).
Method 3: Replace the share menu with Fliktu (or Andmade Share)
My favorite option is Fliktu. Fliktu replaces the Share menu with its own list. But unlike the other methods, Fliktu also lets you use gestures to invoke the Share menu in certain situations.
Fliktu redesigns the user interface into a three-part line with a transparent background. Under menu menu of the app you can customize the layout of the release menu. The top row can be set manually or determined based on the frequency of use. You can also hide certain apps so they do not appear in the sharing menu.
With Fliktu you can also use gestures to open this menu after selecting a link. Activate the "Enable Fliktu for links" check box under the link Links . Then, when you select a hyperlink, Fliktu is opened with your finger or shaking your phone instead of the browser. There you can quickly share the link with an app.
Similar functionality is extended to copied texts. After checking the box under the Clipboard tab, whenever you copy a text, you can patch or shake your device to open Fliktu so you can easily share the text with another app or person. With both functions you have only a few seconds to execute the gesture.
Similar to AppChooser, this app is not updated frequently. While the developer still supports it, it's a "side project" for him. The last update in 2015, as with our previous release, will not see any bug fixes, UI changes, or new features in the near future.
Another option is Andmade Share, which resembles Fliktu without the gestures. It offers the ability to share with multiple apps at the same time, and allows for reorganization by long-pressing an item and dragging it up and down the list. However, it is not the prettiest interface and support was discontinued in 2013. Besides, it does not seem to work on Android Oreo.
Method 4: CustomShare Xposed Module (Root Required)
Finally, there is an Xposed module called CustomShare. As with any Xposed module, you will need a rooted device and the installed Xposed framework. For more information about installing Xposed on your phone, visit the following link.
If you have Xposed installed, check "Download" for CustomShare and install the latest version. From there you can find the app in your app drawer.
What's special about it is that you can change your phone's existing sharing menu instead of using it replace. With CustomShare you can remove up to 9 apps from the menu for free, but by purchasing CustomShare-Donator you can remove as many as you like.
The above options let you organize the mess known as the Share menu. Depending on your preferences and needs, there is another option that allows you to share your articles quickly and effectively. Which method did you choose? Let us know in the comments below.