Command-C — Clipboard Sharing Tool

Developer: Danilo Torrisi

Current Version: 2.0.2

Last Updated: 2 years ago

Download Size: 10.9 MB - Download


Share Text, Links and Images between Mac and iOS.

Command-C lets you easily share clipboards between your personal devices. Have you ever wanted to simply "move" some text from your Mac to your iPhone? Simply copy something from one device, share with Command-C and paste on the other device. It even works in background, no need to switch between apps!

The new version comes with tons of new features:

- A new shiny UI designed for iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan
- Bluetooth Sharing, a faster and more reliable way to share your clipboards.

You don't have to worry about pairing your devices anymore, if you use iCloud your devices will automatically pair each other and you can instantly start sharing your clipboards.

Thanks to Bluetooth Sharing, Command-C now can automatically choose between all the available nearby technologies ( Bluetooth, WiFi and peer-to-peer WiFi ) to always find the best way to share your clipboards, even if you're not connected to the same WiFi network.


Release Notes:

- Fixed a bug on the preferences windows

From the last update:

- A new shiny UI designed for iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan.
- Bluetooth Low Energy Sharing, a faster and more reliable way to share your clipboards.
- iCloud Automatic Pairing, no need to manually pair your devices anymore.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.0.1
Review by Pasta addict

Wonderful, handy little app! - We have set up Command-C with two Macs (a year-old Mini & an 2009 MacBook Pro), a fifth-generation iPod Touch, a second-generation iPad, and a new iPad Air. So far everything works perfectly. We are impressed and glad to have this helpful new functionality. We do have suggestion; add the ability to also share clipboards between Macs. That would really round-out this great app. Cheers!

Found helpful by 5 out of 5 people
Version 1.1.1
Review by TheSeaward

Not the same WiFi network — THE SAME LOGICAL NETWORK - This is a great example of how many developers are confused about networking. It is not sufficient to have your Mac and iOS devices on the same wireless network, they must be on the same logical network because it uses technology that cannot traverse logical networks. If you are in an enterprise environment or even a somewhat complex home/small office network that is segmented, even though the "network" is the same, it will not work as expected. IMO this software should implement Bluetooth like Notifyr or use iCloud to pass clipboards between devices.

Found helpful by 13 out of 14 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 2.0.2
Review by GadgetComa

Great upgrade for an already great utility. - I've been using Command-C since it came out. The first version worked pretty well, but the setup wasn't quite as easy as it could be. Plus, I think some of Apple's Bluetooth issues got in the way. The 2.0 version of Command-C seems to have fixed all that. Setup is a snap and it's been working reliably across all of my devices. Nicely done.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
Version 2.0.2
Review by Abanjo64

Simple and quick - I use this tool sometimes to send some text from the Mac to the iPhone or vice versa. While I find the UI on the Mac side very well working, I keep getting a bit confused on the iPhone side because one has to perform one more step than expected to transfer the clipboard. So I sometimes wonder why nothing gets transferred until I remember to click once one on the iPhone to send data. But overall it works very well. Oh, one other oddity for me is that even though I've checked the option on the Mac to launch the tool at startup, it never comes up - I always have to launch it manually. Not a big deal, and I seem to be the only one having this issue.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people
Version 2.0.2
Review by Sheephe

Nice Job! - love the way with the awesome app

Found helpful by 0 out of 1 people
Version 2.0.2
Review by me342314

useless? - I wanted to try it because my older Mac doesn’t support AirDrop in the OS. This seems useless, because you have to pay for the iphone app, so there is no way to try it. If they had a free trial, in-app purchase, or lite version so we could test it, then it wouldn’t be so useless.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people
Version 2.0.2
Review by cekuhnen

works very well for text and images as advertised - iPadPro and MacPro 2008 without Bluetooth just WiFi. Nice idea to have a clipboard app on the iPad that stores all the data send to the iPad thats nice Would be nice to have the same also for OS X. It would be nice directly send data to the iPadPro clipboard as well

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people