Yoink

Your files and snippets shelf

By providing a temporary space for your file- and app-content drags,

Yoink frees up your mouse to let you navigate more freely and comfortably to the destination of your files. Yoink accepts any file from Finder, and app-content from almost any app.

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2 Reviews5.0/5
What's new since the last update in Yoink? 😄
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@aaronoleary Hi, Aaron. Yoink recently received Handoff between Mac and iOS, a clipboard history feature and full compatibility with macOS Mojave, including dark/light mode 😃 On the iOS side, there's iCloud sync (Mac-sync will follow later) and *tons* of more new features and improvements
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Been using Yoink pretty much since it came out and have it has proved a very useful utility in my day-to-day work. Haven't used it on iOS yet though, as haven't really found the need for it yet, but maybe after the announcements from Apple later today… who knows?

Pros:

It's just there for when you need it

Cons:

None to speak of

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I use DragonDrop as my drag'n'shake solution to drop things on a temporary shelf, but since it's no longer maintained, I've often considered switching to Yoink. I also use Paste and Paste for iOS for cross-device clipboard sharing and Alfred 3 for managing text snippets... Yoink 3.0 (with both Mac and iOS apps) is a really promising release with Handoff and iCloud sync making me wonder if it's time to try something new!
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Great app 👌🏾
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I have been using Yoink since I first switched to macOS back in 2011. Highly recommend it. It is always one of the first things I install on a new computer.
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