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.
• 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.
• Convert images saved in Copied into iMessage stickers.
Documentation available in the app or at https://docs.copied.app
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
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.
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.