iClipboard is the ultimate clipboard manager. It keeps a history of everything you copy to the clipboard from any application.
When you need to go back and paste a clipping from the history, iClipboard will appear from the side of your screen so you can preview and paste any clipping therefore you are no longer limited to pasting just the last thing copied to the clipboard.
Whenever you press Command-C or choose Edit > Copy in any application, the clipping is automatically recorded in iClipboard's history.
iClipboard has a special shelf that unobtrusively slides out from the side of the screen so you can access this clipboard history at any time. This means you're no longer limited to just the last thing copied to the clipboard.
NOTE: To buy iClipboard via the App Store, an Apple account is required.
Here are some key features of "iClipboard":
· Automatic clipboard history can be limited by quantity or date.
· Unobtrusive history shelf slides out from side of screen.
· Preview clippings (rich text, images, movies, web, audio. files, etc.).
· Quick Look previews show contents of files.
· Store clippings in unlimited projects you create.
· Copy content from any application with one click.
· Paste a clipping into any application with one click.
· Clear the history at any time with a single click.
· Turn ON/OFF the clipboard recorder with one click.
· Ignore clippings larger than a user-specified size.
· Delete individual clippings from the history.
· Edit text clippings directly from the iClipboard shelf.
· User-defined sounds for grabbing and pasting.
· Captures the document and application the clipping came from.
· 20MB of available disk space.
· 30 days trial
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Added ability to suppress warning when editing text clippings
· Added compatibility with utilities like PopClip and other applications that conform to nspasteboard.org's prescribed method for putting transient data on the system clipboard
· Commonly used keyboard shortcuts can now be used as hotkeys (but their use is discouraged)