Paste is a new way to copy and paste for your Mac. It keeps everything you've ever copied and lets you use your clipboard history anytime you need it across all your devices.
UPD: Please check out Paste 2!
Simon Bromberg- CTO @DashMD , sbromberg.comGreat UI, easy to use. Simple concept but useful for a wide variety of situations.
Yaro Pat- Product owner, UX expertMy work is impossible without it. The app changes the way you perceive the concept of clipboard. It literally multiplies your clipboard and thus your productivity. What it does? It just remembers everything you ⌘С and shows it chronologically every time you ⌘⇧V, so that you can choose what to paste. Seems like an obvious enhancement, right? Well there is m… See more
Mason Lawlor- founder, JackalopeMedia.comI think this is the quickest, simplest, easiest solution. Just copy the link, then organize it under a category. Syncs across devices. Does way more than just bookmarking as well. I use it for saving different scripts commonly run in the command line, you could use it for sales scripts on chats, files and resources, etc.
9to5MacYou know how it goes: you copy a link, or a piece of text, intending to paste it - then you get distracted and copy something else before you get the chance. You then have to find and copy the firs...
MacworldEver since the earliest days of the Macintosh, the clipboard has been an indispensable part of our workflow. It's one of the unsung heroes of the modern desktop, but the ephemeral nature of the copy-and-paste model has trained us to immediately utilize the things that land on our clipboards, forcing us to constantly be aware of how we're use it.
The Next WebCopy and pasting one link at a time is so 2001. If you're like me, you copy and paste at least a few dozen links a day and could use something to better organize them. There are dozens of ways to do this, but none that I've found so far that are as visual or ...