Have you ever been in a situation where you wanted to share something with several applications? Doing each individual application is tedious, and if there's one thing we hate around here at AP, it's tedium. Enter a new app that aims to take the monotony out of sharing with multiple apps at once: Andmade Share.
Andmade Share is an incredibly simple app that adds an enormous amount of functionality and time-saving to the way your Android device handles sharing. It actually just replaces Android's default share menu with something that looks very similar, but adds check boxes beside each option:
Once you've selected all of the apps in which you wish to share, simply tap one of the selected entries (the actual item, not the checkbox) and Andmade will launch each app for you. For example, if you choose to share with Messaging and Gmail, once the item has been sent from the initial app, it will automatically open the second app. If you accidentally try to share with an unintended app, you can simply back out of that app without breaking the chain.
It's worth mentioning that, due to the unique share menu in the ICS gallery, Andmade doesn't work in that situation. However, it worked perfectly in all of the areas that I tested it in ICS.
This is definitely a simple solution to an issue that many users have had to deal with in the past, and best of all, it's free. Hit the widget to grab it.