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Someone finally made an app that does exactly what I was looking for! Check it out. Andmade Share on the Google Play Store It lets you hide and reorder the share menu in addition to sharing to multiple apps at once. Awesomeness. :-)


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No. It's not just a question of adding something to the chooser (the menu of apps): there needs to be an app on the other end to take the photo, log into Flickr, and understand Flickr's API (the programming interface that apps use) in order to upload the photo. It also needs to handle possible failures, such as resuming or retrying the upload later if you ...


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There's an app for that! It does exactly what you want and even lets you share to more than one app at the same time. It really ought to be something the system options let you do, but anyway. The only problem is that the app apparently has some issues with some apps in ICS, but I can't speak to that from experience. ...


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I'm using Android 2.1 and the latest official Facebook App. I go to the gallery and long-press on an image. In the menu, select SHARE and in the list of apps displayed choose FACEBOOK. I immediately am taken to a text field where I can type in a caption. by default the images are sent to the MOBILE UPLOADS folder/album, but you can create a new album and ...


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The following is a solution that will work if you are sharing images from the browser. This won't work in the gallery though. Unfortunately I'm not aware of any custom share apps that add to the Gallery's share menu. Install Bookmarklet Free (it allows you to add services to the "Share" menu, including custom ones). To make a custom "Mail to yourself" ...


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Tap the post you want to share Open the overflow menu (three vertical dots) Tap "Link" You'll receive a message: "Post link copied to clipboard." You can now paste that link to whatever sharing mechanism you'd like Not the same as using the Android Share function, but, again, Google+ is not alone in doing this. I don't know when this function was added ...


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After some mucking around, I discovered Google (un-intuitively) changed the way you can share photos in the gallery for email and wifi. You now need to do this Open Gallery > Select Menu button > select "Select Items" > select the share button at the top of screen. All the icons should appear now in the share dialog window.


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I found an app Bookmark Home which adds Add bookmark to the share list. If you send a bookmark to it, it will be stored in the apps own storage, but there is an export option to save all of them in the Browser bookmarks.


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That's another XY problem question: you ask how to establish your suggested solution, instead to ask how to solve your real problem, which is your actual concern. For this task, you don't even need any Custom ROM. Take a look at Andmade Share -- this app lets you customize your share menu on any ROM, not even root is needed: As you can easily see, this ...


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You can't change the list, short of removing the apps in question. Speaking as an app developer, I can say it's also hard to do it from that side too - so we're pretty much stuck with how the system works. It may be annoying, but the system makes interop so easy between applications, both from the user and developer perspectives, that it's hard to complain. ...


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This list is generated (on every boot) from the installed apps that have registered themselves with the system to handle this function. The only certain way to remove an entry from this list is to uninstall the corresponding app. You can try de-compiling the app, removing the share intent from its "manifest.xml" file, and re-packing it. However, this ...


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You might want to take a look at Andmade Share -- an app that claims to replace your share list with a completely customizable one, as the following screenshots show: As you see, you not only can get rid of unwanted entries -- but also re-organize the order of those left, so you can have your most-used on top.


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Shareing is a feature the application needs to explicitly code for and then advertise to the system that it accepts share requests. If you have an SCP app that you like but it is not offering the share feature try checking if the developer has a website with more information. If you still have no luck try emailing the developer and asking for the feature.


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You should be able to invoke dictionary apps like GoldenDict or ColorDict by "sharing" to them:


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Do you really need it to go through email? If you have a recent enough version of Android and Google+, you can enable Instant Upload to automatically sync all the photos and videos you take to Google+, they will initially be set to private but you can of course set to share them with specific people(s) or make them public easily. There are also some apps ...


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The simple answer You cannot. Expanded Answer The share button on Google+ posts in the app is called the 'resharing' button - it is just like retweeting on twitter (as most people probably know). There is currently no way to share Google+ content to other Social Networking/Messaging/Chat apps etc - this is by design of the app, and cannot be changed. ...


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In order to share a link from Google+ (not a link to a G+ post, but a link shared from a post), you can use an app which appears as a web-browser, and then passes the URL on as a share intent, opening the share menu. I described this in my comment on Liam W's answer, and finally did find an app that does what I described, called Browser Intercept - Share ...


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This comes back to the individual app developer, you'll have to contact the developers of business calendar and signnow to update their share menu to be compatible with the Email app. On the mean time though, you can use Gmail to send as your work email. Once you do that, then you can share to Gmail, and pick the alternate From address by clicking on the ...


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Found the problem. It's not that Picasa wasn't there as a share option, but rather it was not visible. There were too many items installed that offer this intent, and the Gallery application does not have a scrollable menu. This is apparently a known bug and it's been there for quite a while so it doesn't look like it's going to get fixed either. I now use a ...


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Yeah, you need to install the Facebook application, since it adds the option on the drop menu. Then follow this instructions after you installed it correctly: Tap and hold an image The screen will change to be possible to select multiple images Select the images you want to post on Facebook Hit Share on the bar Then Facebook


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The Autoshare app in the Android Market can do this. Once this app is set up, it is 100% non-interactive — you do NOT have to edit the email or click a "Send" button. Everything gets filled out and sent in the background. This is a major benefit! However, the app requires you to set up an email server/password/userid to do that. With Gmail it was a ...


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In the end, having tried a few things, I installed a free app called qr code (barcode for the app: http://db.tt/sNcfBdS) and used that to create and send a mail with it attached. Again, a work around rather than a direct solution but thought I would share what I did. This has the limitation that you can't share contacts which you have lots of data stored ...


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2 suggestions which are more workarounds than answers: set up the Mail app to access (and send from) your GMail account via IMAP, or send the contact to your GMail account using the 'Mail' option (i.e. from whatever account you do have set up) and then forward it on from there.


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There's also Bump. Bump™ makes sharing photos, contacts, and apps with people as simple as bumping your phones together. HOW TO USE BUMP™: 1) Open Bump™ on both phones 2) While holding the phones, gently bump your hands together 3) Confirm the exchange Compatible with iPhone too!



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