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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 1.9

- Bug fixes and performance improvements


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Customer Reviews


First off, I cannot believe this application is free!

Thank you to the team that has made this phenomenal application, I didn’t think I’d use it much at first but now I find myself scrolling through my past copies to find an important line of text and CopyClip always works and always has the line of text that I need. The command shortcuts make it really fast and easy to copy a line of text, and overall I’d recommend it. Plus, even if you don’t like it (which would be absurd), it’s free, so there’s no harm in trying it in the first place!

Enjoy, and frett no more when you need something that you copied earlier!

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.

I’ve needed this for a long time

I haven’t used this enough to know of any bugs or anything not good. Wish this version could “PIN” a copy to the top. Bcoday, not sure if you will see this, but Apple has the same feature as cut and paste, but it is executed slightly different. Instead of Command X then Command V, you choose whatever and do Command C to Copy and then Option Command V to paste and delete from previous location in that order. So, effectively beeing secure, it copies, pastes and deletes the original in the same amount of strokes as Cmd X then Cmd V. Mac version of Cut and Paste. Cmd C then Cmd Opt V. Hope this helps anyone wondering about cut and paste.

CopyClip - Clipboard History Manager
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  • Free
  • Category: Utilities
  • Updated:
  • Version: 1.9
  • Size: 1.7 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor

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