Copied – Copy and Paste Everywhere
By Kevin Chang
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Copied is a full featured clipboard manager. Save text, links, and images that you’ve copied to your clipboard from any app. Quickly access your saved clippings from the menubar and copy them back to your clipboard in its original format or in a variety of different formats using templates.
Create lists and organize your clippings. Use hotkeys to select a list and copy clippings from the list without switching away from your active window.
Copied also provides continuity between your devices. With iCloud Sync and Clipboard Sync, you can pick up right where you left off on any device. Copied uses iCloud Sync to sync your saved clippings and lists so that you can access them from any device. Clipboard Sync works in the background to automatically update your clipboard whenever you copy or save clippings from another device.
Save a copy of your clipboard. Copied supports text, links and images (JPEG, PNG, BMP, GIF, TIFF).
• Drag and Drop
Drag and drop one or multiple clippings into any app.
Make changes or merge multiple clippings together.
Store and organize your clippings.
Simply start typing to find a clipping.
Copy clippings formatted with our built-in templates or create your own.
• iCloud Sync
Access clippings and lists on all your OS X and iOS* devices.
• Clipboard Sync
Seamlessly copy on one device and paste in another.
• Per application rules
Whitelist or blacklist clipboard content copied from specific apps.
User-configurable shortcuts allow you to quickly activate the app or perform actions without activating the app.
Control Copied from another app using scripts.
*Copied is also available on iOS. Download it from the App Store. Copied+ upgrade is required on iOS to sync with iOS devices.
Need help using the app or do have more questions before you purchase? Visit http://copiedapp.com/help to read our FAQ or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What's New in Version 1.1.9
New in 1.1.9
- Fixed exporting multiple images using drag and drop.
- Fixed an issue that caused the app to crash or the list to disappear when saving new items.
- Sync improvements.
New in 1.1.8
- Fixed background/automatic sync not working on some devices.
- Fixed an issue that caused the app/system to freeze if both Clipboard Sync and Universal Clipboard are enabled at the same time. Both options can now be enabled concurrently. See footnote for more details.
- Add ability to change copying/saving sound effect.
If all your devices support Universal Clipboard, I recommend using that instead of Clipboard Sync. Please note that Copied’s Clipboard Sync performs the same functionality as Universal Clipboard in iOS 10 and macOS Sierra and is separate from Copied’s iCloud Sync function which is used to sync your clippings, history and lists across all devices. Clipboard Sync remains in the apps as an option for users who have older devices that does not support Universal Clipboard.
Best, full featured, copy, paste, save...
…organize, repaste utility I’ve ever used. Many IOS apps I use are not necessary to have across all three of my devices: iPad Pro, iPhone7 and MacBook, however, some are and make my life a whole lot easier, and this is one of them. As a student and entrepreneur with a busy schedule and multiple todo lists, calendars, writing assignments, notes, etc, I am copying and pasting information all day, all night and it's nice to have a way to categorize and keep all of these pieces of important information so I can make a time to go through my lists and assign what I have copied into all of the appropriate areas. Also, I use digital textbooks at all times when possible , plus need to read many research PDF's all of which allow for note taking, which allows me to go back, copy and paste my notes into a folder for study guides or for writing papers.
I know that there is now a universal copy and paste feature across all new Apple devices, but this is an easy, fully functional, quick, convenient and inexpensive app that should come as the standard for copying and pasting.
Reliable time-saving utility
I’ve been using Copied for some 1.5 years now (bascially, since development of aText stopped), and it has proven itself as a reliable must-have utility in my everyday workflow: I work with content (editing and writing) across multiple devices (MBP, iMac, iPad, and iPhone): Copied allows me to collect and categorize links, images, and text snippets on the go or at my desk and making them available to me no matter what screen I happen to be at to finalize my draft. Copied also comes with a plethora of custamization optjons (including setting the amount of items it allows you to collect). Cloud sync has been reliable, and in terms of ease-of-use no other Clipboard manager comes close (and I’ve tried quite a few, from aText to Pasteboard — even if aText where still under development, I’d prefer Copied for the ease of use, performance and because it comes with an iOS companion app.
Defeats the Purpose
I use this app to screenshot multiple screen clippings into whatever app I am working in. I will screenshot like five different things, pull up my separate app and get ready to paste. When I drag into the app, cmd-v, or right click to paste each individual screenshot, it always jacks up at least 1/5 of the clippings and pastes the wrong image. When I look at the Copied List, it shows the correct image, even in preview. But I I try to paste it, it will paste a different one of the 5. I’ve tried compatibility mode, and pasting into multiple applications that aren’t Java based. Same problem.
It’s exteremly frustrating to try to use this app. I have gone back to just copying and pasting each screenshot one by one because it is less time consuming then using this waste of an app.