Save copied text too easily and quickly.
QuickClip is very useful clipboard manager.
You can quickly and easy copy and paste.
- Simple UI
- You can access all clips from Widget
- iCloud Sync
- No Ads
*This application is only supported iOS10 or higher.
Designed by Freepik
Ratings and Reviews
Functional and easy to use
In a panic on the way to a job interview in nyc my email disappeared. So I swiped to the iPhones "search entire phone" screen, found the lost email floating in the cache, copied the entire email using the iPhones built in text highlighter and copied the text to the clipboardand titled and saved the "clipboarded" piece of copied text using this utility. I referenced the text to get to the interview using the utility to keep the directions displayed on the subway. It Saved me! Now let's hope I get this 42k a year job as a computer tech.
Functional and simple, this utility app did what it's supposed to do and that is, augment human memory with computer memory.
Why is this good? Because the iPhone clipboard is a one-shot clipboard. If you copy text again you will replace what's already in the clipboard, just like a computer. This ute makes your copied stuff persistent. Copied items accumulate on a stack that you can title and stuff just stays there permanently. Excellent! 🤓
I'm a longtime user of Clips, an app with similar functionality. Occasionally I try new apps, just to see if they are better.
Quick Clip is a good competitor, and I would definitely recommend it as an option if you don't have a similar app already. iCloud sync is a basic option, and the widget is functional, although a bit laggy and not that attractive. It captures data on the clipboard, along with the date and time of the save. That's all it does, but it's such a useful function that it doesn't need more.
The menu options seem to offer the one thing my current app doesn't - autosave of all copied data, whether or not I manually save it. If it worked, I would have considered switching. But I can't seem to enable it. So, for now, I'm going to stick with Clips.
The only other thing I'd suggest to the developer is that they get an editor who is a native English speaker. Everything makes sense, but from the very first screen, there are a lot of little errors that add to an unprofessional presentation. Still, it shouldn't put many people off, as the app functions well.
Just swapped over from iSnippits since it's now outdated. I purchased the .99 version since I don't need the Pro one. QuickClip allows me to take commonly used snippets, save them under a title, add them to folders and now use (try) them from the widget.
I was able to copy from iSnippits fairly easily and create a whole list of clips. I created folders for each category and them assigned the clips to them afterwards. I couldn't delete a folder and emailed the dev about it. Then I tested out the copy from other locations functionality.
I was able to quickly add autocopy texts from safari and notepad. Seems like a great feature for browsing and collecting info. I work in a lot of different things and am constantly google what I need to know and do. This should help getting a list of info together fairly quickly.
Overall I am happy with app. I can quickly get saved snippets and reuse them elsewhere. I like the widget feature but it doesn't let you filter on important clips. There's no way to delete folders that I've seen, so the app is a little primitive. But it is functional as far as I need though.
- keishi okazaki
- 19.7 MB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Keishi Okazaki
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.