It seems like every other app you install on your Android device adds its icon to the share menu. While it’s great that Android has a universal share menu that extends across the entire operating system, something iOS lacks, it’s annoying that services you’d never share with, like Bluetooth, appear above the ones you always use, like Facebook, Twitter and your email client.
Fortunately, if you download a free app called Andmade Share and configure it correctly, you can make sure the Android share menu shows only the options you need in the order you want.
Andmade Share has a few other neat features you might want to take advantage of. When you use it, you can share with more than one app at a time by checking the boxes next to each service then hitting the Share button below the list. However, you will have to manually switch between the services’ apps (Facebook and Twitter) to actually send any shared content live.
If there’s someone you always email funny links or videos to, you can set that person’s email address as the default one to share with. Simply tap Default E-mail in the Andmade Share main menu and enter the person’s address. Then, the next time you send a share email with Gmail or another email client, that address will appear in the To field automatically.