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The clipboard is ubiquitous for copying and pasting content between apps on one device, but of course it only remembers one thing at a time. CloudClipboard remembers everything you copy, and lets you paste it to any Mac or iOS device through iCloud syncing.
To send something from your default clipboard into the cloud, just click the CloudClipboard icon or window. There’s also an option to auto-paste, in the background, everything you copy into CloudClipboard. Once in CloudClipboard, your information is divided into categories: Text, Webclips, Links, and Photos. You can title items, edit text and URL entries, preview photos, and launch the URLs of all your Webclips. The only things missing are a search field and the ability to reorder items.
You can use CloudClipboard on a single Mac, but it truly shines when you use iCloud syncing. Copy something on one Mac, and it’s available from other Macs and iOS devices (using the $4.99 universal iPhone/iPad app) within seconds. This is even faster than using Dropbox, since you don’t need to create or save a file before the sync happens. All your copied info is just there.
The bottom line. If you work between multiple Macs and iOS devices, you can’t beat the sheer convenience of CloudClipboard to sync information between your machines.
OS X 10.8 or later
Stores anything you can copy. Organizes by category. Some types are editable. Seamless iCloud integration and syncing.
No search field or reordering. iCloud requires at least OS X 10.7, and the App Store requires 10.8.