As a blogger, I have to scour the Internet for multiple reasons. I find many links and unique content during my web exploration, but I cannot open my Notes app often and paste those links and texts there. So what is the solution? Fortunately, many Mac clipboard managers are available on the App Store to copy and paste the data quickly. Let’s check it out!
In your entire day, you copy a lot of text, content, or links from different websites. Apart from web sources, you may want to copy something from internal sources like App Store, Finder, and Notes apps. In this case, you can use Exceptions, which blacklist some applications. Once you select (blacklist) some apps on your Mac, Clipboard won’t record that data.
For a free app, CopyClip is arguably one of the best Mac Clipboard Managers as you can change the number of clippings for Display and remember.
With Flycut, you can comfortably manage the app from the menubar of your Mac computer or laptop. Remember, Display in menu and Favorites are three outstanding features of this app. These three allow you to show how many clippings you want in Display and how many you wish to keep in Favorites.
Menu item icons have four options: Flycut icon, Black Flycut icon, White Scissors, and Black Scissors. You can keep any one of your choices This helps when you are using dark mode on your Mac.
Paste has a unique interface as it can be accessed from the menubar, but when you click on the icon, a list of clippings swipe up from the bottom of your Mac screen. From the bottom list, you can copy and paste the content in your Mac apps. However, Paste is a paid app, and therefore, it restricts users from creating the clippings; when you wish to copy and paste the data, the app asks for payment.
You are supposed to right-click on the clipping to copy the text, and when a menu pops up, you can Copy the text, but as mentioned above, you need to go for in-app purchases.
Price: Free (Monthly Subscription – $0.99)
Here’s a lightweight yet feature-rich clipboard manager for Mac that dramatically increases your daily copy/paste workflow. It offers you numerous options to use, organize & manage the information you copy onto the clipboard.
Further, it’s Intuitive and smartly organized, allowing easy access to your data through shortcuts. You can save various clipboard types, from plain text to images. The app also takes text from your snippets and gives you tons of options to manage the clipped data.
That’s all folks!
Clipboard managers are particularly useful when you are using the Apple’s ecosystem. iCloud syncing enables you to access and edit your clippings from any device. Now, copy multiple links, texts, or images one after another and paste them at leisure.
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Do you use any clipboard manager on your Mac? Would you like to add any app to this list? Share your feedback with us in comment section.
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