Paste is a new way to copy and paste for your Mac. It keeps everything you've ever copied and lets you use your clipboard history anytime you need it across all your devices.

Paste recognizes and stores text, images, links, files and any other type of content and generates informative previews for easy browsing.

Paste works in background and tightly integrates into your system and your workflow. An intuitive user interface and improved user experience allows you to focus on your core tasks and not on the application itself.

Key features:
— Extends your clipboard history capacity up to unlimited.
— Pinboards and favorite snippets.
— iCloud sync across all your devices running Paste.
— History management, rules and exceptions.
— Intelligent search with flexible filters.
— Quick Look preview for any type of content.
— Select and paste multiple items simultaneously.
— Drag-n-drop multiple items to any application.
— Paste plain or rich text.
— Send clipboard history to other devices via AirDrop or share with your friends.

"Paste is the Mac clipboard manager you never knew you needed." — The Next Web

“Paste is a simple, effective and pretty clipboard manager for the Mac.” — 9to5Mac

“Paste’s unsurpassed interface and OS X integration make it a standout among its more powerful peers.” — Macworld

You'll get started in no time and discover how Paste increases your productivity!

What's New

Version 2.2.5

Hi there and thank you so much for the feedback you sent us!

This is a minor update that fixes some sync related issues.

IMPORTANT: Please update Paste on all your devices to the latest version.

Follow @paste_app on Twitter and feel free to contact if you have any issues.

Customer Reviews

Very cute pp


I guess it combines functionlty and pretty interface.
Great job oerall.

Fix for 1Password problems


I like Paste. It's a simple app, with very few settings, buttons and commands, and I find that a good thing. I like the direct paste (enabled through a helper app downloaded from the dev’s website on setup), and I like that I can choose to paste a clip as plain text (by pressing Command-Enter instead of Enter, or through the contextual menu). The only thing missing is favourities, which the dev says is planned for an upcoming version.

I ran into a problem with Paste and 1Password. Originally, the app was coded to ignore items copied in 1Password (and I believe other popular password managers). I wrote to the dev, explained that I frequently copy information from 1Password, most of which isn’t a password, but even if it is, I can always right-click the clip in Paste and delete it when I no longer need it. The app was updated to allow for items to be copied from 1Password, but it still didin’t work for me. After much back and forth with the dev, we discovered that the problem was that I am using the non-MAS version of 1Password, which has a different bundle identifier. The dev will fix this in an upcoming version, but if anyone else is having the same problem, it can be fixed in the meantime by adding and then removing 1Password from the list of excluded apps in Preferences > Rules.

This Should Be Built Into Mac OS X.

Joshy P Unique

This app quickly becomes ingrained in the way that you use your Mac. It seems like all Apple is good for now-a-days is stealing other people’s genius ideas and rolling them into their next release of OS X. Mark my words, Paste’s functionality will become part of one of the next versions of OS X. I just hope they decide to acquire them instead of blatantly rip them off.

Kudos for building an incredible addition to my workflow.



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