Nov 1 2011
Finally, someone has taken the initiative in bringing the iClip App back from the dead. A developer named Steven Audette of Irridated Software acquired iClip from its original developers and has released version 5.0 nearly five years from now, when the software had its last major upgrade, and it now officially supports Snow Leopard and Lion.
A quick recap for those of who might have forgotten iClip:
iClip is a clipboard and scrapbook utility that allows the you to keep a copy of almost anything that’s sent to the clipboard, instead of the last item. iClip is a widget which is hidden on the side of the Mac’s screen, so when the cursor is moved to the side of the screen, iClip pops out right away. It also utilizes hotkeys, drag and drop and 1-click shortcuts.
It is designed to improve your efficiency and productivity for most tasks you do on your computer. It enables you to quickly to store and retrieve snippets of information like text, pictures, Internet addresses, and more in its multiple “clip bins.”
It’s now available on the Mac App Store for an introductory price of US$9.99, and a demo will be available through the developer’s site soon.