CopyClip - Clipboard History Manager
Developer: FIPLAB Ltd
Current Version: 1.9
Last Updated: 11 months ago
Download Size: 1.7 MB - Download
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.
- Bug fixes and performance improvements
Most Helpful Reviews
The type of app that should come preloaded on your Mac - I couldn't live without this app. It's stable, clean and works perfectly. Also, they attach a function command to your most recent copies, so you don't have to keep goign back up to the taskbar to paste what you want… just hit the corresponding function key. Great for repetitive copy/paste tasks. While I'm at it I should give the developer a plug for the disk doctor app, which I found after downloading this. I paid the $3.00 and that works awesome too. Three bucks for two awesome apps? Yes please.
Would have been okay but…. - I understand the use of Ads in free apps, but this one runs ads like they are separte programs. They pop up on your desktop randomly even when the app is closed. It took me a minute trying to figure out where they were coming from, I thought I had a virus, that’s exactly what it feels like. So if that does not bother you then you will probrably like this app as it does what it says, and makes pasting things easier. I would rather pay a couple bucks and avoid the intrusive ads. It annoyed me because the ads could have just been placed in the icon menu bar or something. I felt like they were shoving their ads down my throat. It really pisses you off when trying to close one of the three open ads and you accidently close a window that you needed. One star because of that, otherwise it was okay.
More Reviews for Current Version
Perfect solution to an embarrassing problem - Something that used to happen to me pretty often was, I’d type out some big old essay or social media post, I’d cut it with the intent of pasting it someplace else, but then, before I got around to doing that second part, I’d copy some other thing and lose all that text. Pretty embarrassing, in that “Man I’m dumb” kind of way. So when I found out this app existed, it was an instant essential. For whatever reason, that doesn’t happen anymore; but I do still occasionally copy something before having pasted the previous thing I copied, so this is still a mighty handy app!
Basic Functionality is great, 2 things are missing - I am using copyclip for a while and it never crashes and it’s super simple to use. However, two things are missing, at least from my angle of work. 1. It would be great to keep certain elements that you need to paste again and again, such as your signature. I have a different app for that purpose now, but I don’t see why this shouldn’t be incorporated. 2. The assigned shortcuts interfere with automatic shortcuts used on Mac Os, so you either need to change the system defaults or desist from using the shortcuts
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.
Amazing!!! - 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!
A simple solution to an annoying problem - CopyClip is one of those useful little utilties that you don’t realize you need, but once it’s installed, you can’t live without it. What it does is simple - it creates a list of all the text you’ve cut or copied on your Mac, and allows you to place it back on the clipboard for easy pasting. That’s it. Simple. And incredibly useful.