By Marcio Almeida
Open the Mac App Store to buy and download apps.
Share your clipboard among all your Macs, iPods/iPhones/iPads and even Windows machines.
Easy to use, if you know how to copy and paste you know how to use NetClipboard.
Data copied to the clipboard on one machine can be pasted on any other machine also running NetClipboard.
Photos and movies can be sent to iPhones/iPods/iPads and saved in the photo album.
Machines must be connected to a network.
On a local area network no configuration is needed.
NetClipboard automatically discovers peers connected to the same network segment.
Optionally machines running NetClipboard can be given a group number. Only members of the same group can exchange clipboard data.
NetClipboard supports multiple platforms. It is currently available on Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X and iOS.
A free version for Windows can be downloaded from: www.ttrix.com
A free version for iOS is available at the app store.
Using NetClipboard is straightforward, just copy something to the clipboard on machine A and paste on machine B.
Supported data types: TEXT, IMAGES and FILES (limited to 1 Gbyte per file).
By default NetClipboard uses UDP/TCP port number 7077. If a software firewall is active, the port number used by NetClipboard must not be blocked.
What's New in Version 1.1.0
- fixed a problem with broken pipe signal (SIGPIPE) that could cause the app to crash
- added a pause option