For some reason, Paste has stopped pasting for me on my Mac (even after a reinstall) and so I’ve cancelled my subscription. Poking about, it seems Copied is another good clipboard app. Anyone got any great (or terrible) stories about it?
People have complained about very sporadic updates for the app but it seems like a nice app. As I’ve mentioned elsewhere, I use Copy’Em for Mac/iOS, and if you’re looking for a Mac-only alternative I really like PasteBot too.
Copy’Em’s Mac app has an editable and reorderable paste queue, does screenshots (screen, screen in 10 seconds, manually selectable part of screen, window with/without shadow), lets you search/sort by types of clippings (text, images, links, which app clipped from), lets you create multiple saved lists, and offers built-in text transformations (eg upper case, lower case, capitalize words, remove empty lines, format as paragraph, pastes text as a file[!], prepend or append custom characters, and more). The Mac app is $9.99, the iOS app is free, but if you want to unlock the iOS app and share clipboards there is an optional $6.99/yr subscription.
I have been using Copied for several years. Overall it works fine and I both the multi-item clipboard (which is available from a million different apps) and the fairly smooth “cut on my ipad and paste on my mac” which is frequently handy. I have found some idiosyncratic behavior with MS Office apps. Sometimes when I am doing a lot of work in an excel spreadsheet or word I disable Copied.
Alfred’s clipboard manager works for me. If you are already using the app, you might want to give it a try.
I’m happy with it but development has been extremely slow and sporadic. It didn’t work for me on Catalina at all until very recently.
I would not recommend anybody switch to it. There are many other options, just as good.
After it was mentioned a few times here in the last few months, I started working with Copied again recently. Tried a lot of clipboard apps on i(Pad)OS, and none of them have stuck, but I’ve really appreciated Copied’s keyboard feature. I have yet to experiment with its text formatters and scripts, but for what it does, it’s serving me well thus far.