That mangled sentence is the lead in to something we at Mac360 have always advocated– multiple clipboard manager apps. Think of the advantages. Whatever you copy onto your Mac’s clipboard gets saved and synchronized with the cloud and iPhone or iPad.
Copy. Save. Sync. Oh, My!
The old fashioned way of copying files hasn’t changed much since the Mac debuted in the last century. Whatever you copy or cut gets saved onto the clipboard.
Cut or copy something else later and what was on the Mac’s clipboard before is gone forever. Paster changes all that.
Unlike typical and more expensive multiple clipboard manager apps, Paster adds a few much needed functions.
Yes, it saves whatever you copy or cut to the Mac’s clipboard so you can find it again later. But it also saves those same clips and synchronizes them to the cloud, and that means they’re made available for your iPhone.
All you need is Paster for iPhone and you’re good to go. Here’s how it looks on the Mac.
Paster records what you cut or copied to the Mac’s clipboard and stores it. Open the app and search for anything you’ve cut or copied recently.
Behind the scenes, Paster automatically copied the clipboard’s contents to the cloud to be synchronized to your iPhone (just add the Paster app to your iPhone).
What gets copied and synced? Pretty much every file you can cut or copy. Text snippets, URLs, photos, images. And, all are visible and searchable in the Paster app.
Not only is Paster a good way to manage clipboard contents, it’s an excellent way to make sure what you’ve copied is backed up online, and made available for other devices. It’s also one of the least expensive clipboard managers available for the Mac.