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Thread: MagicPad - Copy and Paste (very limited) but Useful Text Creation

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    Default MagicPad - Copy and Paste (very limited) but Useful Text Creation
    MagicPad has been released on iTunes. $3.99

    As the title states it has copy and paste features but only within notes i guess we will have to continue to wait for copy and paste.

    however the text features look nice.

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    Do you mean you can only copy/cut in notes and only paste in notes?

    If so thats a very useless use of copy/paste.
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    my thoughts exactly. notes is not in my top 3 for when I would like to have copy and paste.

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    It's a excellent start for copy and paste but I must agree with the two response above. Why would we need copy and paste in a notes applications, the two main apps I prefer to have copy and paste is Safari and Mail.app

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    there's no way that the app could allow copy/pasting between apps... so this is what i was expecting.

    still, a nice implementation though.
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    This app has been made free for limited time, get it before its gone. Better than the default Note app at least.

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    Apparently, though, this app can somehow send copied text to the mail app so that you can copy a note and email it to someone. Still very limited, of course, but definitely an incremental improvement over being able to copy/paste only within the one app.

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