Copy'em Paste is a powerful clipboard manager for turbocharging your daily workflow. It records your clipboard history of copied text, images, links, and screenshots, etc., and lets you recall/paste them anytime, right at your fingertips. Use it to copy and paste items in batches (so minimizing switching between apps), capture screenshots and collect research data, store favorite clippings permanently, paste frequent snippets via keyboard shortcuts, strip text formats or transform text, organize clippings into different lists, sort and label them, look them up by keywords/types, preview and edit their text, and so on. All done with speed and reliability. It is a valuable time-saver that is both rich in features and easy to use!
- Automatically remembers the things copied by regular copy/cut commands
- Accepts text, images, links, HTML, code, PDFs, files, and clippings of proprietary formats
- Can store unlimited number of clippings
- Click the app's menubar icon or press Command-Shift-V (customizable) to open the clippings window
- Can paste clippings via drag-and-drop into target applications
- Can be configured to paste into VNC, NoMachine, Parallels, etc.
- Batch pasting of multiple snippets
- Can paste clippings with local shortcuts ('0' to '9' and 'a' to 'z')
- Can paste clippings with unlimited number of global shortcuts
- Plain-text mode option to paste any rich text as plain text
- Hold Option key to switch between pasting text as plain text or rich text (i.e., temporarily do the opposite of plain-text mode)
- Text transformation options (capitalization, line-unwrapping, stripping whitespace, adding prefixes/suffixes, etc.)
- Can enable/disable text transformations with global shortcuts
- Press Space or Left-Arrow key to preview clippings in a large, resizable popover window
- Unlimited number of lists for you to organize your favorite clippings
- Auto-star mode where newly arrived clippings are automatically put into the current starred list
- Fast switching between lists via app-local shortcuts (such as Command-1, Command-2, etc.)
- Use swiping or Command-[ and Command-] shortcuts to navigate backward and forward between lists
- Sort clippings by drag-and-drop, creation dates, most-recently-used dates, and paste frequency, etc.
- Rearrange clippings in starred lists via drag-and-drop
- Find clippings by search, content-type filtering, and application-name filtering
- Fast searching, with search-as-you-type, and options to auto-focus and auto-clear the search field
- Can edit text clippings
- Can assign names to clippings or edit them
- Open clippings window next to current mouse location (in order to minimize mouse movement)
- Option to keep the window open after each paste operation; by default, the window automatically closes after use
- Capture screenshots (full screen, windows, selected areas, etc.) as clippings
- Blacklist applications, so clippings from them won't be saved
- Stop (or resume) collecting new clippings
- Can delete selected clippings, selected sets, or entire lists
- Change the theme, with option to show text clippings in original colors or grayscale
- Automatically switch theme according to the OS X theme setting
- Option to play sounds when copying and/or pasting
UPGRADE (in-app purchase with 14-day free trial)
- Export all or selected clippings to disk, and import them back on any Mac; e.g., use them as backups or share them
- Automatically sync your clippings and preferences through your own iCloud account
If you have questions or suggestions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you enjoy using Copy'em Paste, please leave us a review and support us!
- Fixed broken hyperlinks to developer and support websites.
Ratings and Reviews
Must Have for Every Mac User!
This has seriously got to be the BEST application I’ve ever purchased for my Mac. In fact, it’s the most convenient, productive app I’ve ever used. Super easy to get the hang of, and once you learn the shortcuts, you’ll immediately wonder how you ever lived without clipboartd history functionality. The fact that you can copy 5 sets of data from a website in a row, then switch over to Evernote and paste them in a different order, with the option to remove the web formatting or edit before you paste… invaluable!s Trying to remember interesting word or phrase from that you copied from document you were working on a few days ago? Just search through your Copy’em Paste Clipboard! Have something you consistently add to the conclusion of your emails? Just copy it, star it in Copy’em Paste, give it a custom shortcut, and you the next time you’re writing an email just press cmd + 2 and congrats! You just added 6 seconds of work-free retirement to your life :)
Seriously, more people need to know about this app… I sharesit with all my friends :) THANK YOU DEVELOPER HOI CHANG!!!s
Great app. Where have you been all my life?
With all the advancements and maturity of operating systems, it is baffling that clipboard history isn’t baked into the system already. I was frustrated with the standard copy paste switcheroo between apps and wondered if there was a clipboard history app. Lo and behold, it looks like I’m late to the party. Anyways, I’ve been using this for a few months now and it has really helped out my workflow. It is much easier to copy a bunch of things (in order) in one application and then switch to the other application and paste them into place in the order I want them, using hot key ctl + v. I have no complaints. It seems to work well, never crashes. I had used both plain text paste as well as formatted paste. Both work well and it is easy to switch. I have made lists to store often repeated text as well—very handy. It is easy to start up and use right away, and it probably has a lot more capability than I am looking for. But it might come in handy. Worth every penny. I’d buy it again.
Blows all the other ones out of the water.
I spent much of the day today searching for, installing, trying, and deleting clipboard managers. My only hard requirement was that it must provide global shortcuts to paste directly from the clipboard history into the active application without displaying the clipboard app. There are several other apps that, from their descriptions, look like they might have that functionality, but this is the only one I’ve found that met my expectations. Unfortunately I put off trying it until last because of the high price tag, no trial version, and weird name - but at least I know I’m not settling for something sub par.
This is by far the cleanest, most unobtrusive, most customizable clipboard manager available for macOS. The UI animations are tasteful, and the UI copy has been proofread. It is absolutely worth the money, especially if you value your time. I can’t think of anything I want to change about it. Except maybe the name… I’m not quite sure what Copy’em Paste means.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.