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Copies

Yet another clipboard tool, works in a web browser too.

Copies Alternatives

The best Copies alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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  1. PASTE is software for storing and sharing text. The software was originally forked from the outrageously popular pastebin. com before the domain was sold in 2010. Read more about PASTE.

  2. Queue up multiple clippings to paste in sequence. Pastebot is always running and only a keyboard shortcut away to command copy & paste. Play. Download or. Download a Free Trial Runs on macOS El Capitan 10.

  3. A simple clipboard manager on the web

  4. Clipboard history manager on your Mac or iPhone.

  5. Magically share text & links across your devices ✨

  6. 1Clipboard is a universal clipboard managing app that makes it easy to access your clipboard from anywhere on any device.

  7. Official Medium API

  8. Characters makes it easy for writers, designers and developers to access special characters. They are easily found and copied to your clipboard, either as html code or as the character itself.

  9. Lightweight open-source clipboard manager for macOS

  10. RecentX is an innovative launcher that gives you instant access to your files, folders, programs...

    paid Free Trial $19.95 / One-off (A single license can be used on up to 2 computers)

  11. Easy to use interface; Search and paste previous copy entries; Keep multiple computer's clipboards in sync; Data is encrypted when sent over the network; Accessed from tray icon or global hot key; Select entry by double click, enter key or drag drop…

  12. Software for improving your english vocabulary.

  13. Inter-device copy and paste

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