SuperAwesomeCopyPaste

Developer: Craig Otis

Current Version: 1.0.0

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 326.2 KB - Download

Description:

SuperAwesomeCopyPaste is the simplest, most effective way to reuse pieces of textual/RTF/image data on your Mac.

Find yourself copy and pasting the same pieces of information over and over again? Use SuperAwesomeCopyPaste to keep track of those snippets, and access them quickly and easily.

SuperAwesomeCopyPaste appears in your menu bar (near the WiFi, battery, clock, etc.) and monitors your clipboard for any recently-copied information. You can keep track of recent items, or if you find yourself using a few very frequently, drag them to the Favorites pane to store them indefinitely. (And access them quickly with keyboard shortcuts!)

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 1.0.0
Review by Bubba1776

great little app - Does exactly what it says, and doesn't become a memory hog like most other copy/paste helpers.

Found helpful by 5 out of 5 people
1/5
Version 1.0.0
Review by PhUnB0i

Seriously? Only command key for paste? - So -- the idea behind this is great…. but seriously -- it only uses the command key with a digit to paste? HELLO! Every application uses "COMMAND+1,2,3,4," for SOMETHING SO it makes this worthless -- you can't paste anything without it conflicting with another command function in another application …. genius.

Found helpful by 8 out of 9 people

More Reviews for Current Version

5/5
Version 1.0.0
Review by Bubba1776

great little app - Does exactly what it says, and doesn't become a memory hog like most other copy/paste helpers.

Found helpful by 5 out of 5 people
5/5
Version 1.0.0
Review by J.A.S!

super copy paste amazing - i do a lot of copy pasting in numbers and pages and this amazeing app helps me get it done in no time at all

Found helpful by 4 out of 5 people
5/5
Version 1.0.0
Review by irunamonkeycasino

Simple, straight forward, use it daily. - While I can't be sure of the reasons that some folks say that this isn't working for them, I've used on a 2011 Air, 2008 Unibody and 2009 Plastic Unibody without a hitch (and from Lion to Mountain Lion) . I understand the complaint about the fact that the command key shortcut can't be universally accessed but all you have to do is click on the menu bar icon and then the command key shortcut and it's copied. In the past, I've tried a variety of clipboard managers and this has been my favorite by far. First and most importantly, it never drags or drains system resources or memory (on my system I have the program set to open at log in - occasionally this means that some programs that "run in the background" over weeks of not restarting or logging out, will accumulate a large real or virtual memory file). I hardly ever write reviews but I've used the developer's iProcrastinate app and am about to buy his Juice battery info app based on my positive experience. On a final note, in the past, I freely admit to downloading software from torrents or other sites or using keygens or other means of not paying for software. One of the clipboard managers that I had used illegitimately back then had a retail cost of $25. From the iTunes store to now the Mac App store, it's nice to have become a legitimate customer again. I use this everyday and it's a buck. I'm buying Juice (at the whopping $1.99) because I like this developer's work (so much so that I trust it to run constantly in the background) and it feels good to support someone's effort at such incredibly low prices.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
1/5
Version 1.0.0
Review by Aspennow

There goes 99 cents down the tubes - Does not work at all. Installed normally, and saved multiple copies. But when you click on an item to paste, nothing happens!! Went to vendor web site -- 3 short paragraphs of "help," with nothing on this issues. The application disappears off the screen and nothing is pasted. (Go and see for yourself.) Went to vendor web site -- 3 short paragraphs of "help," with nothing on this issues. I know Apple gets millions of submissions yearly, but there really ought to be some sort of testing and quality control to make sure Apple store users are protected from losing money on losing propositions

Found helpful by 1 out of 4 people
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