AppChooser Cleans And Customises Android’s ‘Share’ Menu

AppChooser Cleans And Customises Android’s ‘Share’ Menu

Android’s universal share menu is awesome, but it can become cluttered really quickly. AppChooser lets you customise and clean up the share menu to your heart’s desire.

After installing AppChooser, the next time you click that Share button, you’ll get the option to use AppChooser or the Android System. Choose AppChooser. You’ll get a very similar-looking share list, but you can reorder the items by frequency, history, or reverse alphabetical. You can also long-press on any app to hide it for good. You can even share to multiple apps by pressing the arrow in the top-right corner.

Note that some apps have their own Share menu separate from Android’s, so AppChooser can’t replace those — however, it will show up as an option in those lists (often at the top), so on those occasions you can usually tap it for quick access to your shorter, customised list.

Overall, AppChooser is extremely simple to use, and a great replacement for the default Share menu when it gets out of control. It’s very similar to the older and slightly less powerful Andmade Share, which we’ve featured before. Hit the link below to give it a try.

AppChooser (Free) [Google Play Store via MakeUseOf]