If you’re an Android user, you must be well-aware of the fact that using the default file-sharing option of the OS, you can only send/share selected data (files, apps) via just one compatible app at a time. What if there was an app that enhances the file sharing experience on Android by letting you share desired data using multiple apps of your choice, so that you don’t have to go through the hassle of sifting through multiple screens and options to achieve said purpose successfully? In fact, what about an app that not only brings said option to the table, but also empowers you to select the exact order in which you wish to share files via all the selected apps? Say hello to Andmade Share – an alternative (and enhanced) file sharing menu for Android that supports both said options. In effect, Andmade Share replaces your Android’s native file sharing context menu, and lets you pick multiple apps at once through which you wish to share your required file(s). That’s not all, you also have the option to select the exact order in which the sharing should be done. In addition, Andmade Share also supports a unique Fast Share option that automatically prioritizes sharing jobs for apps such as Evernote.
As evident from the above, Andmade Share is not an app itself, but an alternative file sharing menu that get incorporated within Android’s default file sharing options, and can be accessed from within the universal sharing menu of any file. Provided Andmade Share offers much extensive options than Android’s default file sharing men, it is only befitting to set the former as your default sharing option at once in order to avoid going through the same chores again and again.
Be it via the Gallery, or any third-party file explorer, all you need to do is navigate to the share/send option of the file, and select Andmade Share. From the Share via context menu that appears, select all the required apps that you want to include in the share mechanism.
To set the sharing order for apps, just long press on any app and drag it up/down on the menu accordingly. Once done, tap any app from this list to start sharing the file in the same order as specified by you. In case, you’ve selected an app that supports Fast Share (such as Evernote), Andmade Share would automatically push the file via that particular app regardless of its position on the list.
The best thing about Andmade Share is that it works equally effectively on rooted as well as non-rooted device. We managed to test it on Samsung Galaxy S (running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich), and can confirm that it works exactly as advertised.