Developer: Kevin Chang

Current Version: 4.0.4

Last Updated: 1 month ago

Download Size: 32.3 MB - Download


** This is a Universal Purchase and includes the macOS app. If you do not need the macOS app, Copied Touch for iOS and iPadOS is available at a lower price. **

Use Copied to save snippets of text, images and links quickly. Edit your clippings and organize them in lists. Access your clippings easily and use them in any app.

• Save text, links & images copied from any app as clippings.
• Copy clippings back to your clipboard and paste them into any app.
• Transform clippings with text formatters or create your own.
• View and edit the data on your clipboard.
• Save and organize an unlimited number of clippings using lists.
• Sync lists and clippings across all iOS and macOS* devices.
• Create rules to automatically add clippings to lists or apply a text formatter.
• Optimized for drag and drop on both iPads and iPhones.
• Perform batch actions on multiple clippings.
• Drag text/links/images into the app to save. (iPadOS)
• Drag and drop saved clippings to paste it into other apps. (iPadOS)

Enhance your workflow with app extensions.

[Copied Keyboard]

• Input saved text and links directly into any input field.
• Find the clippings you want with search.
• Select text in any app and reformat it in place.
• Save selected text as a clipping from the keyboard.


• Provides quick access to all your clippings.
• View the contents of your clipboard.
• Copy and save clippings right from the widget.

[Share Sheet Actions]

• Actions can be accessed from the iOS share sheet.
• Save to Copied: Save text, links and images directly to Copied.
• Copied Clipper: View and edit shared data before saving to Copied.
• Copied Browser: Open links in Copied's browser so that you can quickly save multiple snippets from a web page.

[iMessage Stickers]

• Convert images saved in Copied into iMessage stickers.

Documentation available in the app or at


Release Notes:

New: Themes setting to force dark/light mode on iOS 13 and up.
Fixed: List clippings will remain in their respective list when deleting clippings from Copied list. 
Fixed: Custom titles no longer disappears on save. 
Fixed: UI bugs when editing text.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.1.9
Review by mikokim

Reliable time-saving utility - I’ve been using Copied for some 1.5 years now (bascially, since development of aText stopped), and it has proven itself as a reliable must-have utility in my everyday workflow: I work with content (editing and writing) across multiple devices (MBP, iMac, iPad, and iPhone): Copied allows me to collect and categorize links, images, and text snippets on the go or at my desk and making them available to me no matter what screen I happen to be at to finalize my draft. Copied also comes with a plethora of custamization optjons (including setting the amount of items it allows you to collect). Cloud sync has been reliable, and in terms of ease-of-use no other Clipboard manager comes close (and I’ve tried quite a few, from aText to Pasteboard — even if aText where still under development, I’d prefer Copied for the ease of use, performance and because it comes with an iOS companion app.

Found helpful by 21 out of 21 people
Version 1.1.9
Review by TheHorizontalKey

Defeats the Purpose - I use this app to screenshot multiple screen clippings into whatever app I am working in. I will screenshot like five different things, pull up my separate app and get ready to paste. When I drag into the app, cmd-v, or right click to paste each individual screenshot, it always jacks up at least 1/5 of the clippings and pastes the wrong image. When I look at the Copied List, it shows the correct image, even in preview. But I I try to paste it, it will paste a different one of the 5. I’ve tried compatibility mode, and pasting into multiple applications that aren’t Java based. Same problem. It’s exteremly frustrating to try to use this app. I have gone back to just copying and pasting each screenshot one by one because it is less time consuming then using this waste of an app.

Found helpful by 17 out of 22 people