Tag Archive: Clipboard


How to Use Universal Clipboard on Mac, iPhone, iPad

Universal Clipboard is one of the greatest features available with the latest versions of macOS and iOS which allow you to copy and paste between devices across platform or devices. For example, you can copy a link on a Mac and then paste it into an email on the iPhone, or copy a picture on … Read More

Maintain & Recall Command Line Clipboard History with iTerm 2

Mac users who spend a lot of time at the command line have yet another reason to use iTerm 2 as their default terminal client; clipboard history. Added in the most recent version of iTerm, a running history of OS X clipboard activity can be natively stored, recalled, and summoned directly in iTerm2, accessible through … Read More

Copy the Current Path from Terminal to the Clipboard in Mac OS X

While it’s fairly easy to copy a folder path from the Mac GUI and Finder, or even to copy the path into the Terminal with a drag & drop trick, going the other direction and getting the current path from the command line and then having it accessible to the broader OS X clipboard is … Read More

Scribe, Instant Clipboard Sharing From Mac To iOS Over Bluetooth

Last week we saw Command-C, a super-useful app that uses Wi-Fi, iOS 7 multitasking and push notifications to easily send your clipboard between devices. Now, there’s Scribe, which goes one better by ditching the Wi-Fi sending the clipboard between devices…

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Command-C: Background Clipboard Sharing Between iOS And Mac

  Danilo’s Command-C app is cool in many ways, but here’s just one thing it can do that’ll make you smile. With the app installed on both your Mac and your iPhone, you copy a URL on your Mac, click…

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Lightly Quote Clipping App Promises Unlimited Background Clipboard Monitoring

  One thing that’s still lacking in the Nerdiverse is a way to collect quotes which I clip from, well, from everywhere. How neat would it be if you could collect snippets of text from Kindle books, web pages, news…

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Desktop-Tidying Unclutter App Adds Clipboard History And Favorites

You may remember Unclutter, the app which “sweeps away desktop detritus.” Well, now it’s back, and it’s tidier than ever. Admit it: your Mac desktop is an embarrassment. It’s covered in folders, text snippets and pictures that you dragged out…

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Automatically Import Stuff From The iOS Clipboard Into Evernote [iOS Tips]

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As an Evernote junkie and web-searcher, I use Evernote Web Clipper on my Mac, like, all the time. When I come across a great website, story, or even just some text on a page, I clip it right to Evernote, and then have the clipped notes with me on any platform, whether on the go with an iPad, iPhone, or at home on my Mac.

I’ve long wished for a way to  [Read More…]

Mastering Alfred 2.0 On Your Mac: Store And Retrieve Everything In Your Clipboard History [OS X Tips]

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Alfred 2.0 is an amazing customizable app launcher, email sender, system commander that is free for the basic uses and only £15 for more advanced features in an Alfred add-on Powerpack.

One of these latter abilities lets you store and retrieve anything in your Mac’s clipboard history. Anything you’ve saved to the clipboard is accessible from within Alfred. Better yet, you can even store persistent snippets, turning Alfred into its  [Read More…]

MyEditor, An iOS Text Editor With Clipboard History, Background Copy And A Face You’ll Want To Punch

MyEditor is another iOS text editor. It works with iCloud, it’ll export to Dropbox, yadda yadda yadda. But this one has a couple of very neat features that might just be enough to make you forget the plain and frankly ugly user interface. It has a clipboard history, it can capture your clipboard whilst in the background, and it can run your text through Javascript, uh, scripts.

Lets get the UI out  [Read More…]