Everybody wants the Copy & Paste feature on their smartphones these days, even if they never use it, but how exactly has this feature been implemented on the wide array of mobile device operating systems available today? We’ll take a look at how Copy & Paste works on Windows Phone 7, Apple’s iOS 4, Android 2.2, Symbian S^3, Blackberry 6, and even the extremely old Windows Mobile 5.0. Naturally some designs may make it easier than others. Personally, I think the way Windows Mobile did it from the late 1990’s through 2010 was the most intuitive since it most resembled the same way you would do it on any desktop PC. Which method is your favorite and why?



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