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Google to test the new ‘Copyless Paste’ feature in Chrome for Android

Written by TechNadu Staff
Last updated September 20, 2021

Google Chrome is one of the most familiar browsers known to everyone and is now updating its features. This time, Chrome introduced a new features named "Copyless Paste" on Android users.

The previous update has seen in Chrome 58 for android which has been rolled out in Google Play Store. And Chrome 58 have a number of design tweaks to History and Payment settings.

According to the latest leak, this feature being worked on before Android O was officially unveiled and based on the description of the 'CopyLess Paste' feature.

This feature will allow users to paste text without the need of copying. But how? Is it possible for Android to paste the text without copying it? Yes, it is. But how does the phone know what to copy?  This feature will automatically copy the useful information like address, or other important things.

This new update is currently in active development and testing so it may take some time for this feature to actually start working, surely it will arrive in the next few month. The 'Copyless Paste' will be available on Andriod sooner.



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