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Fleksy wants to become your new iOS keyboard, everywhere

12
Dec
2013

It would take until midway through 2009 for copy and paste to arrive as part of a software update from Apple. They managed to jury-rig a solution that beat Apple to the punch, though it ultimately failed to catch on. It created a simple scratch pad that could be shared between apps, and developers just needed to add the feature to their own software. Only a small number of apps did so, and once Apple added its own utility, OpenClip faded away into irrelevance.

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