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CopyClip - Clipboard History Manager


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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 in Version 1.5

- Bug fixes


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Customer Reviews

I really like this app, and the people that made it.

One of my coworners turned me onto CopyClip a few weeks ago, and I instantly fell in love with it. Having a cache of everything I’ve copied is a feature that I’m surprised isn’t a part of the OS already. That being said, I haven’t experienced any sort of lag after I’ve started using the App (atleast none that I can attribute to CopyClip), and I’ve got a macbook air with 2GB of RAM, so it would be pretty noticable.

The only complaint I had was that when my menu bar is in dark mode (ie. all the time) I couldn’t find the icon. That being said, after a quick email to their support, they quickly instructed me on how to change that icon so that I can find the icon. I’m very impressed with these guys, mostly because other developers that I get in contact with over similar problems just say that I’m out of luck. Again to restate, Flip Lab, has earned an almost lifetime customer out of me.

Great app! Only two very minor issues.

I was looking for a very simple clipboard history - specifically, without sending Clipboard info to the cloud - and CopyClip is exactly what I was looking for!

There are only two small changes I would make to this app, the first being a way to pay to remove ads for the developers other aps. The ads are very unintrusive, but I’m happy to support the apps I like in exchange for an ad-less experience. The second change would be to add an option where the clipboard history would be cleared on reboot or on exit. Of the two, I would take the latter change first.

But overall I’m really happy with this app - I’d say it’s essential to any mac user!

Would have been okay but….

I understand the use of Ads in free apps, but this one runs ads like they are separte programs. They pop up on your desktop randomly even when the app is closed. It took me a minute trying to figure out where they were coming from, I thought I had a virus, that’s exactly what it feels like. So if that does not bother you then you will probrably like this app as it does what it says, and makes pasting things easier. I would rather pay a couple bucks and avoid the intrusive ads. It annoyed me because the ads could have just been placed in the icon menu bar or something. I felt like they were shoving their ads down my throat. It really pisses you off when trying to close one of the three open ads and you accidently close a window that you needed. One star because of that, otherwise it was okay.

CopyClip - Clipboard History Manager
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  • Free
  • Category: Utilities
  • Updated:
  • Version: 1.5
  • Size: 3.6 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor

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