CopyClip is the simplest and most efficient clipboard manager for your Mac. Running discreetly from your menu bar, this app stores all that you have copied or cut in the past, allowing you to quickly find that snippet of text you've been looking for.

What's New

Version 1.9.1

- Updated for macOS Mojave

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
565 Ratings
565 Ratings
jonnydoplar ,

Must Have App!

I cannot even begin to guess how many exasperating hours of re-typing this would have saved me when I was completing my degree a few years ago. If you type many paragraphs and documents with creative original content - especially online, you cannot afford to have this app. No more sick feelings when you realize the discussion board or site you were typing your content on has timed out before you finished editing or submitting. Plus many other instances when you realize you would like to use the same content you have alread copied but after you copied something else.

Invaluable stress and time reliever.

drinkKavaKava ,

The Skinny - Get it, it works as expected

All else aside if you use this as a Typical or normal user, I would say you’ll be in love 1000% guarantee.

That said, I can always lock up and crash a mac, even the old ones which took a lot of effort… same in my testing with this loaded:
The only negative is that it’s been guesstimated that it’s been tied to a crash and seen it lock up a couple times when only thing different were after adding it.
I’ve tried this on and off and it’s mainly when fast user switching and I have 3-4 browsers with 20-40 tabs in each just maxing out the beast and I have been able to produce some strange lock ups.

pwforaker ,

Great utility

This app is one of the most useful on my Mac. I no longer have to go back and forth between programs to copy multiple items. I copy them all one at a time from the source document and then use CopyClip to select and paste into the destination.

In addition, some programs don’t treat the Clipboard correctly. Using LiveCode, for example, if I collect some tab-delimited data on the Clipboard and then paste into Google Sheets, the tabs are ignored and the entire row pastes into the first cell. But, if I first select the item in CopyClip, I can paste into a spreadsheet with the data distributed across the columns.

This app is a major time saver. Great work.


2 MB
OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor
Age Rating
Rated 4+
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