A full featured clipboard manager



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Ben TossellPro@bentossell · newCo
Also available on the Mac App Store
TonHunter@t55 · Mac'aholic
This is a great little app. It has a Mac version that syncs instantaneously with the iOS app. Copy on one device, paste in the other. Very nice. Also: has a flexible system to save your clips in folders/lists, notifications, a very handy share function and lots of other goodies.
Alex Putici@alexputici · A Few Things |
@t55 my experience with apps such as this is that the sync between devices doesn't always seem to behave the way it should. As such, the inconsistency in these apps always ends up in me not using them after a while. Is this different?
TonHunter@t55 · Mac'aholic
@alexputici can't answer the 'always ends up' part yet, as the app has just been released, but since I started using Copied things are pretty much as they should be. Very reliable, extremely well implemented.
kevinMaker@kevinyc · Developer. I made @copiedapp.
@t55 Thanks for the review! Glad you like the app.
kevinMaker@kevinyc · Developer. I made @copiedapp.
@alexputici Copied uses CloudKit to sync your lists and clippings. It is more reliable than previous methods used to sync content through iCloud. In case it does go out of sync between devices, there is a "resynchronize" button. It compares the local DB with the iCloud DB and uploads/downloads missing items.
Alex Putici@alexputici · A Few Things |
@kevinyc awesome! This sounds like it'll be much more reliable than iCloud or Bluetooth options. I'll surely give it a try.
Alexander Katona@akatona · social media lead, t3n Magazine
this is huge!
kevinMaker@kevinyc · Developer. I made @copiedapp.
Hi everyone. Thanks for checking out my app. Copied was originally conceived when Apple first announced iCloud for developers. Development was put on hold several times due to trouble getting iCloud Core Data to sync reliably, and limitations on both platforms like the lack of background APIs on iOS and sandboxing on OS X. Development resumed last year with the introduction of CloudKit and App Extensions. The vision for this app from the beginning has always been to make copying and pasting across Mac and iOS as easy as possible. This is why I made sure that both iOS and OS X apps were ready before releasing them together. At the same time, both apps are perfectly capable and full featured clipboard managers on their respective platforms even if you don't use the sync features. I'll be able happy to answer any questions and listen to any feature requests.
TonHunter@t55 · Mac'aholic
@kevinyc Here's to hoping that the Rules section will gain Hazel-like functionality, so clippings containing an emailadress will automatically be filed in the email-list, clips containing certain keywords will be filed in their own special folders and clips containing dates will not be saved at all. Plus the option to fave clips so they won't be deleted when the clip-history reaches the max.
kevinMaker@kevinyc · Developer. I made @copiedapp.
@t55 Thanks. I like the idea of adding keyword matching and regex to rules and maybe implementing smart lists. This is something that can also be added to the iOS version as well. I'll add it to the to-do list.
Alex Freeman@thealexfreeman · Living vicariously through myself
I’ve been using this for a few month. It is awesome!