Copying any text on Android is easy with Universal Copy
Universal Copy is an application available on the Play store that allows you to copy any text you see on your screen. Something that sounds simple, but that means avoiding limitations imposed by some applications that do not like to allow the user to copy the content that they have before their eyes to share it with other people.
Once you download the application from the Google store, you must open it and activate it. There are really no other options, except information about the development and version of the program. Once activated, a permanent notification It will appear in the notification panel so you can use it as soon as you need it.
Go to a program in which you cannot copy the text in a specific area, or a web page that prevents it. Find the text you want to copy and click on the notification permanent Universal Copy. A message will appear indicating that you select the text to copy. Do so and the zone will be selected. A Copy option and voila, you already have the text on your clipboard.
From there, all that remains is to paste the text copied wherever you need it, be it in a tweet or in a WhatsApp. When the copied text is accompanied by images it has more problems to function correctly, but in general it works very well.
You can see how it works in the following video:
An alternative to screenshots
The screenshots They are one of the most popular methods of sharing content on Android. Making one could be an alternative in those cases in which we could not copy text, creating an image that would be very easy to share on social networks or messaging applications.
However, this implies a extra weight of content that may affect our data bill. Also, they are not always comfortable to read and you can’t do much more with a screenshot. Thanks to Universal Copy, you will have an alternative that will allow you to solve these problems.
If you want to try Unviersal Copy, you can download the application for free through the Play Store: