A small Mac OS X application that resides in your status bar and offers you the possibility to quickly synchronize your Mac's and your iOS device pasteboard.
The Command-C desktop app for the Mac is a companion for the Command-C for iOS app. Note that you must have both applications running on your respective devices to take advantage of their capabilities. However, take into account that the Command-C for iOS app is available only commercially.
To get started, launch the Command-C app on all devices you want to have connected and then pair the iOS devices with your Mac. You can learn more about this process on the developer website.
The desktop application will stay out of your way most of the time, but if you want to see the list of connected devices, simply press the Command-C status bar icon. Once everything is in place, you will be able to share plain or formatted text, but also images that have various file formats, such as TIFF, JPEG, PNG or JPEG2000.
You can easily customize the app’s behavior via the Command-C Preferences panel: you can set up a hotkey to reveal the app and then use the arrow keys to switch between devices, specify how many devices to show, enable or disable various notification types and more.
All in all, Command-C is a great utility if you are looking for a simple and automated way to transfer text content or images between your Mac and various iOS devices.
Reviewed by Iulia Ivan, last updated on December 16th, 2014
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What's New in This Release:
- Fixed a crash on Mountain Lion
- Other minor bug fixes
Application descriptionCommand-C lets you share clipboard wirelessly in background without having to double tap the home button and moving be...