Text and screenshot by Federico Viticci
I’ll let you in on a terrible iOS geek’s secret: I sometimes forget about my TextExpander snippets.
It’s not that I don’t like TextExpander – I love the app, its integration with other iOS apps, and the fill-in snippets you can also access on iOS for more complex macros. My problem is that I like the app so much, I’ve created too many snippets and I often find myself typing text because I can’t remember the abbreviation, I lose my patience, and at that point I may as well just type everything myself. This isn’t about whether or not I may have to reconsider my use of snippets1: rather, I’ll take this opportunity to briefly cover an app that implements snippets in a different way.
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