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I've been using BeamApp (http://getbeamapp.com/ hunted by @BelleBethCooper here - http://www.producthunt.co/posts/508) to copy and paste URL's between my Mac and iPhone. It's slick but Scribe looks even slicker. Once it's setup, all you have to do is hit CMD + SHIFT + X on the Mac to send a push notification to your device with the URL, text, phone number, etc.The landing page for this product is fantastic. Scroll down to see the animated walk through and interactive demo.What's even more interesting from a business perspective, is that the iOS app is free but the Mac client that's required for this to work, is $2.99. I downloaded the iOS app thinking it was entirely free at first only to feel slightly cheated when instructed to download the paid Mac client. cc @liveink
My hack for this right now is using the Apple Notes which syncs between the Mac and the iPhone, this is going to be so much better! The only problem for me at the moment is my older MacBook Pro. Will keep this bookmarked for when I upgrade :)
This is awesome. That landing page is stellar. I 'got it' upon landing, but really couldn't picture how I'd use it. The demo is zero-to-fully-understand in seconds. So good.
My girlfriend's jaw hit the floor when I just showed her this app in real time. :)
This is awesome. Wish you can do reverse as well - guess it's an iOS limitation. I send stuff to my computer using iMessage almost hourly.
Shut up and take my money! - $3 is more than worth it though I did feel like it was free until seeing the Mac app.
Looks cool - Is there something similar to Android?
^ i too am looking for something for android =(
Very slick, but I wish it allowed pasting from iOS to OSX. I'm still using PasteBot for that feature alone